m. allan noah
kitno455 at gmail.com
Thu Feb 5 20:14:50 UTC 2009
Well, for starters, i dont use snoopyPro- only
Then, there are some scripts that cut this down to size in the sane
experimental tree (i wrote/use spike4.pl)
Then i find that diff between two snoops is usually good enough for
identifying things like scan parameters.
2009/2/5 Steve Hardy <steve at appliedrealtime.co.uk>:
> This sounds interesting - I was about to start writing something to decode
> the snoopyPro XML export into something more useful.
> Does anyone have any tools or experience converting Windows compatible
> (snoopyPro or other) logs into
> - scipts you can replay on Linux (usb-robot input?)
> - logs more easily diffable with the usbmon output?
> It seems to me the current tools for Windows/Linux comparason & protocol
> debug could be improved, anyone got any tips?
> 2009/2/5 robert w hall <bobh at n-cantrell.demon.co.uk>
>> In message <498B15E0.9070805 at pirsoft.dnsalias.org>, Pierre Willenbrock
>> <pierre at pirsoft.dnsalias.org> writes
>> >it decodes fine, but i need to find some time to put the test program
>> >together. My scripts decode the usbsniff into some pseudo c-code, that
>> >needs to be cleaned/modified to work.
>> OOH - is this generally useful and available please??
>> robert w hall
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