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RFS tcpxtract - extracts files from network traffic based on file signatures

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Package name: tcpxtract
Version: 1.0.1
Upstream Author : Nicholas Harbour <nickharbour@gmail.com>
License: GPL

Description: extracts files from network traffic based on file signatures
 tcpxtract is a fast console tool to extract files from network traffic
 based on file headers and footers (so called carving).
 26 file formats are supported out of the box by tcpxtract but new formats
 can be added without problems.
 Foremost configurations are simple to convert to tcpxtracts configuration
 It uses libpcap and it can be used with tcpdump files.
  Homepage: http://tcpxtract.sf.net

It will close http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=333282

The source package contains:


MD5 sums:
e461c999ef308fa805abc989fbdb7d2d  tcpxtract_1.0.1-1.diff.gz
789b2e897e9b6e0b4ac806714414bf12  tcpxtract_1.0.1-1.dsc
1d8fe172d4590c33a157798e08dc0ccd  tcpxtract_1.0.1.orig.tar.gz

The package is lintia and linda clean and builds in a clean chroot.
Regards and thanks
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