Gspoof is a GTK+ program written in the C language which makes it easier and more accurate to build and send TCP packets with or without a data-payload. It's possible to modify TCP/IP fields and also ethernet header working to Link Level. You can send one or more packets together. It runs also in "console mode" without X and so you can compile it without GTK+.
|Tags||Networking Communications Security Software Distribution Software Distribution Tools Utilities|
|Operating Systems||Mac OS X POSIX Linux BSD|
Release Notes: This release adds Explicit Congestion Notification support, fixes a bug in ltostr(), cleans up code in console.c, and fixes some tips.
Release Notes: The non-portable atoll() function was replaced with strtoll(). This was tested on Mac OS X and FreeBSD. Many tips were fixed. Some oversights for the restore default command were corrected. The --with-libnet-prefix=DIR option was added to the configure script.
Release Notes: Ported to GTK+ 2.x. There is a new interface. readline library support has been discarded. Pseudo-flood options have changed: durate->number, break->delay. There is a new installation engine.
Release Notes: libreadline support has been added to console.c, and some oversights in console.c have been corrected.
Release Notes: This release has been ported to libnet-1.1.x (with a new API, incompatible with the old one), fixes some memory problems using Valgrind 1.0.0, corrects old bugs, and adds TODO and IMPORTANT files.