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Number of commits found: 3

Tue, 23 Sep 2008
[ 00:53 edwin ] Original commit 
1.99 dns/Makefile
1.3 dns/dnscap/Makefile
1.3 dns/dnscap/distinfo
1.1 dns/dnscap/files/patch-Makefile
1.1 dns/dnscap/files/patch-dump_dns.c
1.3 dns/dnscap/pkg-descr
dnscap is a network capture utility designed specifically for DNS
traffic.  It normally produces binary data in pcap(3) format, either
on standard output or in successive dump files (based on the -w
command line option.)  This utility is similar to tcpdump(1), but
has finer grained packet recognition tailored to DNS transactions
and protocol options.  dnscap is expected to be used for gathering
continuous research or audit traces.

WWW: https://www.dns-oarc.net/tools/dnscap

PR:             ports/127433
Submitted by:   Edwin Groothuis <edwin@mavetju.org>
Wed, 2 May 2007
[ 23:38 edwin ] Original commit 
1.1362 MOVED
1.79 dns/Makefile
1.2 dns/dnscap/Makefile
1.2 dns/dnscap/distinfo
1.2 dns/dnscap/pkg-descr
Removed on authors request until the program has reached maturity.
[ 22:44 edwin ] Original commit 
1.78 dns/Makefile
1.1 dns/dnscap/Makefile
1.1 dns/dnscap/distinfo
1.1 dns/dnscap/pkg-descr
DNSCAP - DNS traffic capture utility

    cap is a network capture utility designed specifically for DNS
    traffic. It produces binary data in pcap(3) format, either on
    standard output (by default) or in successive dump files (if the d
    command line option is given.) This utility is similar to tcpdump(1),
    but has finer grained packet recognition tailored to DNS transactions
    and protocol options. dnscap is expected to be used for gathering
    continuous research or audit traces.

    SYNOPSIS
     dnscap [-avf6] [-i if ...] [-l vlan ...] [-p port] [-m [quire]] [-h [ir]]
            [-q host ...] [-r host ...] [-d base [-k cmd]] [-t lim] [-c lim]

    WWW: http://public.oarci.net/tools/dnscap

Number of commits found: 3

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