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How to tap your network

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Best Answer HolyCowZ , 17 November 2016 - 08:27 AM

I'm not sure that's allowed here as it probably is against the TOU as it can be used to sniff passwords and peoples personal data. To learn things like that you'd be better going to ... Go to the full post »


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Ewald Bervoets

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Hello everyone,

 

This is my first post on this forum and I am rather new to programming/networks/other computer stuff.

I would like to know how i could tap my home network and see what is happening inside (who is doing what).

I found a site (http://lifehacker.co...pens-1649292940) where they explain alot of things but I still don't understand anything about network. I guess my vocabulary is just not good enough to undersatnd everything.

 

I hope someone on this forum would like to help me.

 

Greetz


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I'm not sure that's allowed here as it probably is against the TOU as it can be used to sniff passwords and peoples personal data. 

To learn things like that you'd be better going to 

https://ask.wireshark.org/


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