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where can I download an IP sniffer that works in Starcraft Bnet?
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www.net-security.sk/network/index.html Now dont freak cause its a Japanese site...You will be able to see the sniffer programs...
and you will need winzip to decompres them.(some dont have the usual .zip extention but they are still zip files).

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Incedently its not a Japaneese site. Those end with .jp, not .sk.  .SK is  Slovakia. the page is deffinatly of russian or slavic origin.

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