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Old 05-01-2007, 09:55 AM   #1
ahm_irf
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Need any detail documentation of PFIL_HOOK


Hi,

I need detail documentation about PFIL_HOOK. It would be really nice if anyone can provide me any documentation regarding PFIL_HOOK. I have searched on the internet but I could not find any detail documentation of PFIL_HOOK. I found one paper " Hooking Filters for Fun and Profit: PFIL_HOOKS". But I found it insufficient to understand PFIL_HOOK.

I need to use PFIL_HOOK to capture ipsec packets after these packets are received and decrypted by the user.

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Irfan Ahmed
 
  


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