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    Question Elusive Perl script???

    Hello all,

    I'm looking for a Perl script I heard about a while ago. "asctcpdump.pl" or "ascwindump.pl". These scripts translate all the hex values from a tcpdump/windump capture to their corresponding ASCII values so they are readable...

    Has anyone come across this script? Ever heard of it, or know where I can find it? I have searched on Google, and can find nothing...

    Any help or guidance would be greatly appreciated.

    Kerberos

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    Google would have found one of them if you took off the extension. Well, anyways, here is a site with that script:

    asctcpdump: http://www.zepa.net/pub/misc/asctcpdump - http://www.buttsoft.com/~thumper/sof...rk/asctcpdump/
    <ascwindump-not-found>


    -Tim_axe

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    Cool Thanks Tim...

    Thanks Tim,

    I guess I should have tried a little harder, but I figured since I was looking for a .pl file, that's what I should search for...

    Again, thanks for the help...

    Kerberos

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