Everything about ethernet

Crafting ARP packets to find a remote host's MAC address

Alright. ALRIGHT. I know, we're all excited, but let's think about what we're doing again.

So we've managed to look at real network traffic and parse it completely. We've also taken some ICMP packets, parsed them, and then serialized them right back and we got the exact same result.

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Consuming Ethernet frames with the nom crate

Now that we've found the best way to find the "default network interface"... what can we do with that interface?

Well, listen for network traffic of course!

Rust code
use rawsock::open_best_library;
use std::time::Instant;

fn main() -> Result<(), Error> {
    let lib = open_best_library()?;

    let iface_name = format!(r#"\Device\NPF_{}"#, netinfo::default_nic_guid()?);
    let iface = lib.open_interface(&iface_name)?;

    println!("Listening for packets...");

    // doing some low-cost logging over here
    let start = Instant::now();
    iface.loop_infinite_dyn(&mut |packet| {
            "{:?} | received {} bytes",
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