Netwib is a network library for administrators and hackers. Its objective is to let programmers easily create network programs. This library provides features for Ethernet, IP, UDP, TCP, ICMP, ARP, and RARP protocols. It supports spoofing, sniffing, client, and server creation. Furthermore, netwib contains high level functions dealing with data handling. This packages was formerly known as 'lcrzo.'
released on 6 January 2005
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