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tcpdump

Tcpdump is an open source command-line tool for monitoring (sniffing) network traffic. Tcpdump works by capturing and displaying packet headers and matching them against a set of criteria. It understands boolean search operators and can use host names, IP addresses, network names, and protocols as arguments.

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