Basic HTTP/telnet sniffer in VB

Hi All,

I need to right a basic sniffer,

the sniffer should log all request from port 80 and 23 from a computer in which the process is running.

Thanks,

Avi
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phyderousAsked:
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phyderousAuthor Commented:
Sorry for my English ...

right=write

:-)

Cheers
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BUCHASCommented:
You can use WinpCap which is a dll for you to use its methods for capturing the packets, it's like a sniffering engine... there you'll find all the necessary documentation

http://winpcap.polito.it
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BUCHASCommented:
You can use WinpCap which is a dll for you to use its methods for capturing the packets, it's like a sniffering engine... there you'll find all the necessary documentation

http://winpcap.polito.it
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phyderousAuthor Commented:
Thanks for your help BUCHAS

but as I wrote ... I am interesting in write one by myself and not use other software ...

thanks,

Avi
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phyderousAuthor Commented:
More to it the source and samples are in c++

we are in  a VB form
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phyderousAuthor Commented:
Thanks,

this is great,

if you have more sources please post them.

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BUCHASCommented:
Thanks... it was hard to find this one... vb6 isn't the better and most used development tool for making a sniffer from the begining, people mostly do this in C++
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