I am a comlete newbie in linux so forgive me is ask dum questions (also tell me if i am posting in the wrong place).
I need to write a program that sniffs packets coming thru and pick some of them out but i dont want to do it directly from the interface. I understand that there is some mechanism in linux that writes all packets to a temporary file (new one every 10 minutes?) but i cant find anything about it on the web. can some one explain it or direct me to where i can read about it.
Things i know i need to know are:
In what directory is is saved
what is the exact format of the file
which is better: analyze it by myself or with pcap lib.
And probably many more things i dont even know i need to know...
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