[BangPypers] Implementing Protocol Sniffer in Python.

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Mon Mar 9 09:52:28 CET 2009

> 1. Functions to extract the bytes and bits from received from network in a
> serial input and performing decoding based on the input.

- libpcap (or WinPcap) is the library to sniff network traffic. There
are couple of python wrappers over libpcap. I have used Pcapy
(http://oss.coresecurity.com/projects/pcapy.html) and it does the job
pretty well.

> 2. How to define the structure, like ASN.1 where further messages are based
> on the No which is processed dynamically ex length of messages definer
> further Calling IDs, etc.

-ASN1 tools for python http://pyasn1.sourceforge.net/

On Mon, Mar 9, 2009 at 2:08 PM, learningpython <learningpython at aol.com> wrote:
> Hello
> I am very new to Python and looking forward to implement in Python the ASN.1
> protocol sniffer.
> I need two helps here.
> Can someone help me..
> learning python
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