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Scruby : A Ruby shell for packet sending and sniffing

By Peter Cooper / April 19, 2007


Scruby (not to be confused with the ScRUBYt! site scraping tool) is a Ruby application that works on UNIX-related operating systems and provides a shell where you can perform packet creation, sending and sniffing functions in a Ruby-esque fashion. It looks pretty powerful and the creator, Sylvain Sarmejeanne, has put together a very comprehensive page explaining how it all works.


  1. Mat Schaffer says:

    Yay! It's a port of scapy! I was hoping someone would do this someday.

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