What’s the best way to root out a promiscious sniffer like WireShark? Are there any specific packet types that it spits out I can search for? I’d love suggestions for specific anti-sniffing tools to help better lock down our network. Thanks
Answer Question | April 7, 2010 2:40 PM
Mobile Computing in 2010, Sniffer software, Sniffers, Wireshark
We have Windows 2003 Servers as our domain controller. we are facing some problem with CPU utilization. When I captured to traffic using sniffers I figured out a portocl called LSARPC which is freqently used by clients to communicate with Domain Controllers. I am wondering what is this LSARPC?
Answer Question | August 30, 2012 7:32 AM
CPU Utilization, Domain Controllers, LSARPC, Sniffers, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server Performance, Windows Server Protocols
Is it necessary to be connected to sniff traffic over a wired network?
Answer Question | January 21, 2009 7:09 AM
Network monitoring, Network security, Packet sniffers, Packet Sniffing, Sniffers
Hello Guys. Can anybody help me know that how to protect traffic from being sniffed? One solution is encryption, anything else ? Your answers awaited. Cheers. Rahul
Answer Question | January 20, 2009 6:29 AM
Intrusion detection, Network security, Packet sniffers, Packet Sniffing, Sniffers
I am doing a sniffer project but I have one problem. This program only receives our host-related packets. I need to know how to receive all packets in the transmission medium. Can anyone help?
Answer Question | December 12, 2008 8:14 PM
Packet Analyzer Software, Packet analyzers, Packet sniffers, Packet Sniffing, Sniffer software, Sniffers