OIP for OS X
OIP is a visualization in which individual machine IPs are placed randomly on a display, and packets are visualized as different sized dots flowing from one machine to another.
OIP is primarily a server/client architecture. The server analyzes traffic on a given port, and streams summaries to clients over a udp session. The packets are encrypted using a shared AES key. The server should have two interfaces. One of them should be connected to a mirror interface, and the other should be used for the client connections.
The client can also be used as a stand-alone app by reading pcap files.
GPLv3 license project: so enjoy and have fun.
You need to install these on debian-based distros
apt-get install libcrypto++-dev libsdl-image1.2-dev libpcap-dev libsdl1.2-dev libfreetype6-dev g++ make
This is an update and modification of the forked OIP project from /eldraco on https://github.com/eldraco/oip to run on OS X Mountain Lion.
Original source code on: https://it.wiki.usu.edu/OIP
1. -e argument to speed up the analysis of pcap files:
- -e 1000 is normal
- -e 100 is 10x faster
- -e 10 is 100x faster
2. -c argument to give the pcap file name in the command line:
- If you give a pcap file name, the analysis starts right away.
3. Pause/Play the capture by pressing the letter p.
- Red for UDP
- Green for TCP
- Yellow for ICMP
You can use the mouse and the keyboard.
1. ! to open the menu
2. , to start displaying the capture (Load button).
3. p to pause and play the capture
- Checkout the master branch: git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:markich/oip.git
- Type make (Note: If you have any dependency error, just install them.)
- Modifiy the oip.conf file to suite your needs (Optional).