kenotaph-daemon 1.0.0

kenotaph-daemon is a tool for detecting a presence of network devices through means of a packet capture. Both Wired and Wireless networks are supported, assuming appropriate hardware is available. Targeted device is identified by a user defined Berkeley Packet Filter, either by its IP address or Hardware address, however the use of BPF allows for higher complexity. A packet capture is done in promiscuous mode, and/or in monitor mode. kenotaph-daemon is designed to be a 'daemon' program that run

etherpoke 2.5.1

etherpoke is a scriptable network session monitor. etherpoke defines three events: SESSION_BEGIN, SESSION_END, SESSION_ERROR to which a hook (system command) can be assigned. The event hook can be any program installed in the system. SESSION_BEGIN is triggered when the first packet matching the filter rule is captured. SESSION_END is triggered when the time since the last matching packet was captured exceeds the session timeout. SESSION_ERROR is triggered when it is no longer possible to pro