TCPICK

Description

tcpick is a textmode sniffer libpcap-based that can track, reassemble and reorder tcp streams.

Command

tcpick [ -a ] [ -n ] [ -C ] [ -i interface ] [ -yH ] [ -yP ] [ -yR ] [ -yU ] [ -yx ] [ -yX ] [ -bH ] [ -bP ] [ -bR ] [ -bU ] [ -bx ] [ -bX ] [ -wH ] [ -wP ] [ -wR ] [ -wU ] [ -v [ verbosity ]] [ -S ] [ -h ] [ --separator ] [ "filter" ] [ -r file ] [ --help ] [ --version ] 

Results

Example

U2504C099999999999>tcpick -i eth1 -yP -C -h "port 22"
Starting tcpick 0.2.1 at 2011-04-11 16:54 CEST
Timeout for connections is 600
tcpick: listening on eth1
ERROR: eth1: no IPv4 address assigned
setting filter: "port 22"
172.17.6.1:62278 AP > 172.17.6.254:ssh (48)
|....(..'06.c..............-..`$\.{z...-.k.x(.G.
172.17.6.254:ssh AP > 172.17.6.1:62278 (48)
.......E...ku.w.......4.....t.u.....#yj..)...../
^C
2 packets captured
0 tcp sessions detected
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