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Packet Excalibur

Packet Excalibur is a multi-platform graphical and scriptable network packet engine with extensible text-based protocol descriptions. It is a network tool designed to build and receive custom packets. Packet Excalibur allows you to decide packet attributes from the physical layer to the top, to sniff and spoof packets with a single interface, to build scripts in the GUI, and to define additional protocols in simple text files.

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  •  07 Mar 2003 17:36

    Release Notes: This release fixes bugs which caused screen refreshing to be outrageously slow, crashes when using @hdw-from-iso3 functions, and crashes if no adapters were detected on startup and the application were closed. Adapters names are now displayed as both symbolic and real names.

    •  06 Feb 2003 19:05

      Release Notes: This release is linked with PacketBuild 1.4 and statically linked with GTK/Glib 2.2 under both Linux and Windows. The code has been changed to reflect the new GTK API. All Windows/Linux discrepancies have been removed. A modified GTK 2 Aqua theme has been added to the Windows port. There is a Win95/98 adapter list bugfix. The Linux install uses standard paths by default.

      •  15 Oct 2002 17:34

        No changes have been submitted for this release.


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