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How to find out what google toolbar sends and receives

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by DenRomano, Nov 11, 2010.

  1. DenRomano

    DenRomano Newbie

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    I would like to find out everything that google toolbar is sending out and receiving. I think there used to be programs that they called sniffers that would track all traffic to and from your computer. That would most likely do it but when I google it nothing comes back like I want

    Any idea on how it get this information?
     
  2. Spaceman

    Spaceman Regular Member

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    You are correct.

    You need to stick with it -
    "packet sniffer"
    "network sniffer"
    "TCP/IP packet sniffer"

    That sort of keyword - I dont have one myself but used to its just I cant remember what it was called.

    I was able to sniff the network at work and find everyones passwords as they logged in each morning. They werent encrypted.

    Now im not saying that google have encrypted what they send back -
    but knowing what the ******* are like....... you get the picture.
     
  3. versagi

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    well u can try with httx:__wpepro.net_ ,(check settings), or maybe ,and now im just taking a wild guess, maybe google toolbar uses something like standard windows api like winsock then u can hook them ,but u will probably have to know how to work with assembler level analysing debugger to find what u need.
     
  4. cabbage

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    I've used a free HTTP sniffer for this sort of thing before. I don't think I can post links but if you copy and paste this into Google, it's the first result;

    Free HTTP Sniffer 1.1 Build 20080704
     
  5. syns0r

    syns0r Junior Member

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    i use the Live HTTP Headers plugin for Firefox.
     
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  6. DenRomano

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    That worked, thanks