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Visual Interactive Datapipe

Visual Interactive Datapipe (Vida) is an interactive visual datapipe for all *nix systems, which allows socket communications to be redirected over pipes. It features an ncurses interface that allows the creation of multiple datapipes, each supporting multiple connections. It is possible to sniff and log traffic in various ways, hijack piped connections, perform DNS hijacking on switched LANs, and much more.

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Recent releases

  •  30 Jun 2003 10:10

    Release Notes: DNS spoofing support was added, the code was cleaned up, some English comments were added, Info() was changed, and indent was used with the -kr flags.

    •  01 Aug 2002 17:34

      Release Notes: This release can print packages that match a given string (grep over TCP payload). The man page has been arranged.

      •  23 Jul 2002 17:36

        Release Notes: Datapipe password support (now you can use vida as an autenticated wingate, bouncer, or proxy to hide your IP), a rewritten README file, and some small bugfixes.

        •  19 Jul 2002 10:41

          Release Notes: This version adds file logging support (use 'l' on the chosen connection to enable and disable), completes the man page, and sees the CHANGELOG file translated and completed.

          •  16 Jul 2002 10:27

            No changes have been submitted for this release.


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