Sniffing packets over a network is an easy way for hackers to gather information on a target without needing to do much work. But doing so can be risky if sniffing packets on an untrusted network because a payload within the packets being captured could be executed on your system. To prevent that, Sniffglue sandboxes packet sniffing to provide an extra layer of security.

Passive sniffing is stealthy and effective, making it the obvious first step for hackers and pentesters putting together information about a target network. But if you’ve ever run Wireshark as root before, you might have seen… more


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