Packet analyzer to search for valid clear-text social security numbers. </p>
Social security numbers should not be sent over a network in clear text. This program uses libpcap to read a packet dump file or capture live packets and scans through them for social security numbers. It is written to be as fast and accurate as possible. Use it to make sure applications aren’t sending a number in the clear.
ssncap can use on-the-fly public key / private key encryption / decryption to keep the information it captures protected. The data is encrypted before it is written to disk and is maintained in an encrypted state, even during post-capture analysis. The openssl library is required for this functionality.
The reporting tool can also output into Comma Separated Values (CSV) format. These reports can then be imported into spread sheet programs, such as Excel, and manipulated and organized from there. This flexibility allows for new custom graphs to be made from the data.
Using ssncap’s threshold option and cycling options, scripts can easily be created to notify administrators when an incident occurs.
ssncap also has the ability to use syslog. Using syslog, ssncap can be integrated with other reporting tools such as OSSIM.
Usage: ./ssncap [-aChjlLsdDvenRslqvX] [-A NUMAFTER] [-B QBEFORE] [-c COUNT] [-t THRESHOLD] [-f FOUNDDUMPFILE] [-p SNAPLEN] [-S STREAMFILE] [-w DUMPFILE] [-r RPCAP] [-i INTERFACE] [-k PUBKF] [-K PRIVKF] [-N NUMBERLIST] [-g GROUP] [-u USER] [FILTER] A packet source is required for non-live capture. If no packet source is given when live capture is selected, the first suitable device will be used. BPF Filter can be specified after all options akin to tcpdump. Options: -a Run improved analysis mode. -A NUM Save NUM packets after ssn found. -B NUM Buffer NUM packets before ssn found - Enables -C. -c COUNT Stop after receiving COUNT packets. -C Enable packet circular buffer. -l Log packet information (-v) to SYSLOG instead of STDOUT. -L Log packet information (-v) to both SYSLOG and STDOUT. -d Show all duplicates. -D Enable redaction dump mode - All digits in all packets written to disk and stdout are replaced with 'X'. -e Match both with and without dashes. -f FILE Save matching packets to FILE. -g GROUP Change group to GROUP after opening device. -G N Cycle files about every N seconds - Keeps streams for -S intact. If the filter is not receiving packets, the files will not be cycled until a packet is received. File names can use the format specifiers defined by strftime(3). -k PUBKF Read public key from file PUBKF to encrypt packet data. -K PRIVKF Read private key from file PRIVKF to decrypt packet data. -i IFACE Read live traffic from IFACE. -j Enable area code and group check. No longer valid after Randomized SSN Assignments started on June 25, 2011. -w FILE Save ALL packets to FILE. -n Try for no duplicates. -N NLIST Load important numbers from NLIST. -p SNAP Set the snap length of the capture. -R Reverse mode - show only invalids. -s Calculate and show statistics. -t THRESH Only show those with score greater than TRHESH - Enables -a. -r RPCAP Read from pcap file RPCAP. -q Quiet - Nothing is printed to stdout unless a -v or -s is given. -S FILE Save N packets before/after found SSN to FILE. -T FILE Load table file FILE. -u USER Change user to USER after opening device. -x Enable redaction print mode - All digits in all packets written to STDOUT are replaced with 'X'. -X Print packt data in Hex and ASCII. ***** -z CMD OLD: Run CMD after every file rotation. The file names will be passed as command line arguments. The file order is -w -S -f. ***** -z CMD Run CMD once per file after every rotation. The file name will be passed as a command line argument. -v Used to show the packet info. -vv Same as -v but in addition show the packet data. -vvv Same as -vv but in addition show rejected fakes and a reason. -vvvv Same as -vvv but in addition show the packet data for rejected fakes. -vvvvv Same as -vvvv but in addition show collisions. -vvvvvv Same as -vvvvv but in addition show all packet data. FILTER Apply bpf filter FILTER to the capture.
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