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Parse the incoming bytes from network device

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Can anyone suggest me how to parse the incoming bytes from any network devices? I am trying to write
a filter program that filters for any unwanted words before it is displayed in a browser. For a helpful
suggestion, i dont mind raising the points.
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As I posted in your previous question, you could try replaceing the wsock32.dll file with your own custom wsock32.dll file.
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