Release Notes: This release fixes a number of bugs, cleans the code, and adds new features, including raw 802.11 support and a new packet configuration language for trafgen.
Release Notes: The authors have thrown away the old netsniff-ng 0.5.5 code and rewritten netsniff-ng from scratch. It has even grown into a toolkit, so next to netsniff-ng, the tools trafgen, bpfc, ifpps, flowtop, curvetun, and ashunt are now available.
Release Notes: The PCAP file format is supported, which enables netsniff-ng to dump, read, and replay traces to or from harddisk. Lots of new packet printing options were added, targeted for debugging and reverse engineering. Automatic NIC IRQ affinity adaption is done if netsniff-ng is bound to a specific CPU. The possibility to manually set up ring size was added. POSIX compatible extended regular expression based filtering of packet content was implemented.
Release Notes: This minor release fixes an issue where, under specific conditions, netsniff-ng's rx_ring stops receiving packets. Furthermore, basic BPF checks have been added.
Release Notes: This is principally a bug and security fix release. A bug in memset that affects 32-bit systems has been fixed.
Release Notes: Better usability. Better packet visualization. Scheduler tweaks. Setting process affinity to a specific CPU on demand (via Param). Major code refactoring. An option for running netsniff-ng in non-blocking mode. fixes for small bugs / memory leaks. SIGHUP ignorance. A high-resolution timer. PID output during startup. Verbose/silent mode can now be switched on and off during runtime via SIGUSR2.
Release Notes: Some minor changes were made.
Release Notes: Initial official release.