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Concept of developing a sniffer

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Dear all,
     Please I do not know how to develop a sniffer.  Can someone give me the concept of how this is developed using winsock in Visual Basic?

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Visit here to start: http://www.ethereal.com/

It is not a small subject. Your best bet is to start doing teh search yourself.

Good luck!
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