Tool 62: Traceroute UDP (EthIp spoof)


  This tool lists routers on the path to a computer. To achieve this,
  packets have their TTL (Time To Live) slowly increased. If TTL reaches
  0 in transit, the corresponding router sends back an ICMP error.
  This tool sends an UDP packet to a computer. If host permits UDP, it
  will send back an ICMP error (if port is closed), or send back nothing
  (if port is open). So, it's important to understand UDP port has to be
  closed for computer to return something.
  This tool also permits to use fake Ethernet and IP addresses.


  netwox 62 -i ip [-d device] [-E eth] [-e eth] [-I ip] [-p port] [-t uint32] [-m uint32]


parameter description example
-i|--dst-ip ip destination IP address
-d|--device device device name Eth0
-E|--src-eth eth source ethernet address 0:a:a:a:a:a
-e|--dst-eth eth destination ethernet address 0:b:b:b:b:b
-I|--src-ip ip source IP address
-p|--dst-port port destination port number 80
-t|--max-ttl uint32 max ttl 30
-m|--max-ms uint32 max millisecond wait 0


  netwox 62 -i ""

  netwox 62 --dst-ip ""