How to audit your network via packet analysis

Tuesday, 3 May 2005, 10:53 AM EST

Auditing your network at the packet level is a practice that is not done very often, if at all. The truth of it is that there are untold riches in all those packets flying about on your LAN. All one has to do is log them, and dig into them. One never knows what they will find.

By Don Parker at WindowSecurity.

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