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TCP Re-engineering Tool

TCP Re-engineering Tool monitors and analyzes data transmitted between a client and a server via a TCP connection. It focuses on the data stream (software layer), not on the lower level transmission protocol (as packet sniffers do).

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  •  22 Dec 2007 13:25

Release Notes: This release fixes a potential buffer overflow in the select loop on some platforms. The Brazilian Portuguese localization was added.

  •  17 Jun 2005 03:30

Release Notes: Support for large (greater than 4GB) log files was added. Binaries linking was modified to run properly on Windows 9x/2000.

  •  09 Mar 2005 04:20

Release Notes: This release fixes a bug that prevented tcpreen from accepting more than one connection on Microsoft Windows.

  •  12 Dec 2004 12:31

Release Notes: This release include support for IPv6 on Windows, a compile fix for BSD, and some minor bugfixes.

Release Notes: This release includes a "password capture" logging format, Unix sockets support, preforking when running in the background, clean signal handling, and minor I/O multiplexing bugs. It fixes a major password capture related bug from 1.3.7, and provides support for HTTP basic authentication.

RSS Recent comments

26 Aug 2002 15:15 rdenisc

Re: not working with ipv6

> It's not working for ipv6

IPv6 support is now included in the stable
branch. It was successfully used on FreeBSD.

04 Aug 2002 13:53 rdenisc

Re: not working with ipv6

> It's not working for ipv6


IPv6 support is now experimentally
included in the development release (version
0.9.0).

01 Aug 2002 13:03 zentara

not working with ipv6
It's not working for ipv6

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