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Sniffer may refer to:
- Packet analyzer (aka network analyzer, protocol analyzer or sniffer), computer software or hardware that can intercept and log traffic passing over a digital network
- Allan Clarke (footballer born 1946), the Leeds Utd, Fulham and England striker known by that nickname
- A slang term for Intoxicative inhalants
- Sniffer (Anwar Ka Ajab Kissa), a 2013 Indian film directed by Buddhadev Dasgupta
Packet Sniffing attacks ● Many organizations LANs are Ethernet networks. ● In Ethernet networks, any machine on the network can see traffic for each machine that is within the network. ● A sniffer program exploits these features, monitor all traffic and capture the first 128 bytes (relatively) of each unencrypted FTP or Telnet session (the part that contains the user's password).
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