echolot sniffs ARP packets on ethernet network devices and stores them in an iptraf-compatible database. These unique addresses could be used to find known hosts on any LAN (a popular FTP server at a LAN party), or to find unknown hosts on a company LAN (such as intruders).
Release Notes: This release adds a full-featured daemon mode, syslog support, ipv6 support (for testing), improved name resolution, little changes in the user interface, bugfixes, and more documentation.
Release Notes: Introduction of autoconf/automake to support more platforms (Debian Woody, SuSE, and FreeBSD), updates to the name resolution scripts, and a netbios script using Samba.
Release Notes: A database bug was fixed. Support for external scripts was added. Some scripts for name resolution were added. Some other bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: A nameserver bug was fixed.
No changes have been submitted for this release.