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Botnet Simulation Framework

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Configuration files of my personal emacs configuration of DOOM emacs by hlissner

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Emacs major mode to manage pacnew and pacsave files left by the pacman Arch tool

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Official ID2T repository. ID2T creates labeled IT network datasets that contain user defined synthetic attacks.

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Covert channel communication library and framework written in C++11

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My own emacs configuration folder. All modular and fancy.

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This program makes sure your external hard drive or partition is mounted before starting Deluge.

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A reference manager in the form of a major mode for our beloved Emacs

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A python3 script used to plot interval statistics provided by an ID2T interval statistics export.

issue commentUndeadKernel/pacfiles-mode

pacfiles--insert-pending-files: Getting attributes: File name too long

Thanks for reminding me. I did get a more useful debug from the original computer I was seeing the problem. Here it is:

Debugger entered--Lisp error: (file-error "Getting attributes" "File name too long" "/home/john/Dropbox/org/\33]4;0;#271f1b\33\\\33]4;1;#b86b7...")
  pacfiles--insert-days-old("\33]4;0;#271f1b\33\\\33]4;1;#b86b78\33\\\33]4;2;#c0a3b8\33\\\33]4;3...")
  pacfiles--insert-pending-files((("/etc/pam.d/i3lock.pacnew" . "/tmp/d3d549f86f.pacmerge") ("/etc/makepkg.conf.pacnew" . "/tmp/457416bf02.pacmerge") ("/etc/pacman.conf.pacnew" . "/tmp/79ec9a33e4.pacmerge") ("/etc/locale.gen.pacnew" . "/tmp/0d463376ca.pacmerge") ("/etc/mkinitcpio.conf.pacnew" . "/tmp/0f3c8d7eba.pacmerge") ("/etc/default/grub.pacnew" . "/tmp/6d14f782b1.pacmerge") ("/etc/systemd/homed.conf.pacnew" . "/tmp/ddeb0e55c7.pacmerge") ("\33]4;0;#271f1b\33\\\33]4;1;#b86b78\33\\\33]4;2;#c0a3b8\33\\\33]4;3..." . "/tmp/3af28bbd49.pacmerge")) ("\33]4;0;#271f1b\33\\\33]4;1;#b86b78\33\\\33]4;2;#c0a3b8\33\\\33]4;3..."))
  pacfiles-revert-buffer(t t)
  pacfiles()
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  ivy-call()
  #f(compiled-function (arg1 arg2 &rest rest) "Read a string in the minibuffer, with completion.\n\nPROMPT is a string, normally ending in a colon and a space.\n`ivy-count-format' is prepended to PROMPT during completion.\n\nCOLLECTION is either a list of strings, a function, an alist, or\na hash table, supplied for `minibuffer-completion-table'.\n\nPREDICATE is applied to filter out the COLLECTION immediately.\nThis argument is for compatibility with `completing-read'.\n\nWhen REQUIRE-MATCH is non-nil, only members of COLLECTION can be\nselected.\n\nIf INITIAL-INPUT is non-nil, then insert that input in the\nminibuffer initially.\n\nHISTORY is a name of a variable to hold the completion session\nhistory.\n\nKEYMAP is composed with `ivy-minibuffer-map'.\n\nPRESELECT, when non-nil, determines which one of the candidates\nmatching INITIAL-INPUT to select initially.  An integer stands\nfor the position of the desired candidate in the collection,\ncounting from zero.  Otherwise, use the first occurrence of\nPRESELECT in the collection.  Comparison is first done with\n`equal'.  If that fails, and when applicable, match PRESELECT as\na regular expression.\n\nDEF is for compatibility with `completing-read'.\n\nUPDATE-FN is called each time the candidate list is re-displayed.\n\nWhen SORT is non-nil, `ivy-sort-functions-alist' determines how\nto sort candidates before displaying them.\n\nACTION is a function to call after selecting a candidate.\nIt takes one argument, the selected candidate. If COLLECTION is\nan alist, the argument is a cons cell, otherwise it's a string.\n\nMULTI-ACTION, when non-nil, is called instead of ACTION when\nthere are marked candidates. It takes the list of candidates as\nits only argument. When it's nil, ACTION is called on each marked\ncandidate.\n\nUNWIND is a function of no arguments to call before exiting.\n\nRE-BUILDER is a function transforming input text into a regex\npattern.\n\nMATCHER is a function which can override how candidates are\nfiltered based on user input.  It takes a regex pattern and a\nlist of candidates, and returns the list of matching candidates.\n\nDYNAMIC-COLLECTION is a boolean specifying whether the list of\ncandidates is updated after each input by calling COLLECTION.\n\nEXTRA-PROPS is a plist that can be used to store\ncollection-specific session-specific data.\n\nCALLER is a symbol to uniquely identify the caller to `ivy-read'.\nIt is used, along with COLLECTION, to determine which\ncustomizations apply to the current completion session." #<bytecode 0x1f387732f5ad9e24>)("M-x " ("pacfiles" "toggle-debug-on-error" "emacs-init-time" "toggle-day-night-theme" "paradox-list-packages" "xwidget-webkit-browse-url" "pdf-tools-install" "slime" "mu4e" "highlight-sexp-mode" "calc" "org-msg-mode" "revert-buffer" "load-theme" "org-gcal-fetch" "count-words" "comment-region" "olivetti-mode" "org2blog-user-interface" "insert-char" "linum-mode" "slime-connect" "ivy-switch-view" "org-gcal-sync" "org-table-move-row-up" "org-variable-pitch-minor-mode" "visual-line-mode" "make-frame" "recover-session" "org-ref-bibtex-assoc-pdf-with-entry" "flyspell-mode" "eshell" "ivy-push-view" "ivy-rich-mode" "counsel-recentf" "visual-fill-column-mode" "org-noter" "comment-line" "recover-this-file" "mc/mark-all-in-region" "vterm" "set-fill-column" "org-mode" "uncomment-region" "ein:jupyter-server-start" "eww" "recentf-cleanup" "ein:jupyter-server-stop" "ansi-term" "load-file" ...) :predicate counsel--M-x-externs-predicate :require-match t :history counsel-M-x-history :action counsel-M-x-action :keymap (keymap (67108908 . counsel--info-lookup-symbol) (67108910 . counsel-find-symbol)) :initial-input nil :caller counsel-M-x)
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  command-execute(counsel-M-x)

Where the last line of the pacfiles buffer is

[merge]        [delete] ]4;0;#271f1b\]4;1;#b86b78\]4;2;#c0a3b8\]4;3;#c69c8c\]4;4;#6250aa\]4;5;#a07ba8\]4;6;#7e68aa\]4;7;#c9c7c6\]4;8;#44362f\]4;9;#ff788f\]4;10;#ffbcf9\]4;11;#ffc0a0\]4;12;#7557ed\]4;13;#dc8ded\]4;14;#9d75ee\]4;15;#fffefd\]10;#fffefd\]11;[50]#271f1b\]12;#fffefd\]13;#fffefd\]17;#fffefd\]19;#271f1b\]4;232;#271f1b\]4;256;#fffefd\]708;[50]#271f1b\/etc/systemd/timesyncd.conf.pacnew 

And this is locale:

LANG=en_US.UTF-8
LC_CTYPE="en_US.UTF-8"
LC_NUMERIC="en_US.UTF-8"
LC_TIME="en_US.UTF-8"
LC_COLLATE="en_US.UTF-8"
LC_MONETARY="en_US.UTF-8"
LC_MESSAGES="en_US.UTF-8"
LC_PAPER="en_US.UTF-8"
LC_NAME="en_US.UTF-8"
LC_ADDRESS="en_US.UTF-8"
LC_TELEPHONE="en_US.UTF-8"
LC_MEASUREMENT="en_US.UTF-8"
LC_IDENTIFICATION="en_US.UTF-8"
LC_ALL=
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issue commenttklab-tud/ID2T

Segmentation Fault (Core Dumped)

Could you provide a pcap file that produces the error? So that I can reproduce this. Are there pcap files that work for you? Or in other words does this happen with every pcap you have tried so far?

Also what OS / Linux distribution and version are you running? Any issues during build?

Possibly information about your python setup:

  • python version
  • are all dependencies installed correctly?

Other notes: .pcap.ng files are not supported and those are sometimes saved with the .pcap extension. It might be possible that you got such a file. Try to convert the file to a normal pcap with a tool like wireshark and try again.

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Segmentation Fault (Core Dumped)

Sorry, I did not get a notification until you mentioned me. I'll take a look at this now.

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Segmentation Fault (Core Dumped)

@pepper-jk .. can you help me out please?

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Segmentation Fault (Core Dumped)

Hi! I'm Hassan Naeem. I'm facing an issue while executing ID2T code. The code gives "Segmentation Fault (Core Dumped)" at the output, once the pcap file is input. Can anyone help me out in this regard please? Why I'm getting such an error.

Screenshot of error attached please. Segmentation_fault

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issue commentUndeadKernel/pacfiles-mode

pacfiles--insert-pending-files: Getting attributes: File name too long

Now something similar is happening on my other computer as well, which has no pacnew files (no output for the command you gave). Even though I enabled debug on error, doesn't seem to be tripping it for some reason. Here is the output in *Messages*:

pacfiles-revert-buffer: Cannot process file ]4;0;#252525\]4;1;#fd971f\]4;2;#5e7175\]4;3;#a6e22e\]4;4;#435e87\]4;5;#ff9f95\]4;6;#789ec6\]4;7;#dbdcdc\]4;8;#3e3e3e\]4;9;#ffc515\]4;10;#6c9ba5\]4;11;#ddff2a\]4;12;#4977bc\]4;13;#ffb4a2\]4;14;#87ccff\]4;15;#feffff\]10;#feffff\]11;#252525\]12;#feffff\]13;#feffff\]17;#feffff\]19;#252525\]4;232;#252525\]4;256;#feffff\]708;#252525\

I'll try on the original computer I saw the error on later and add that here too.

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issue commentUndeadKernel/pacfiles-mode

pacfiles--insert-pending-files: Getting attributes: File name too long

Let me know if there is anything else you need. This just happens on one computer, not the other (and should be nearly identical set up). And pretty sure pacfiles worked fine on this computer, not sure what changed or when.

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issue openedUndeadKernel/pacfiles-mode

pacfiles--insert-pending-files: Getting attributes: File name too long

Hitting an error when running pacfiles, see below. Not sure what the gibberish is about, but it starts with /etc/ which is the directory of the open file when I start pacfiles (would be my home directory if I was in there instead). It ends with the actual pacfile.

pacfiles--insert-pending-files: Getting attributes: File name too long, /etc/]4;0;#271f1b\]4;1;#b86b78\]4;2;#c0a3b8\]4;3;#c69c8c\]4;4;#6250aa\]4;5;#a07ba8\]4;6;#7e68aa\]4;7;#c9c7c6\]4;8;#44362f\]4;9;#ff788f\]4;10;#ffbcf9\]4;11;#ffc0a0\]4;12;#7557ed\]4;13;#dc8ded\]4;14;#9d75ee\]4;15;#fffefd\]10;#fffefd\]11;[50]#271f1b\]12;#fffefd\]13;#fffefd\]17;#fffefd\]19;#271f1b\]4;232;#271f1b\]4;256;#fffefd\]708;[50]#271f1b\/etc/systemd/timesyncd.conf

Interface will display many of the pacfiles, but then end with a similar output, below. I can Look at diffs or try a merge, but when exiting from ediff the interface is gone (something has gone wrong).

[merge] [diff] [delete] /etc/systemd/homed.conf.pacnew (239.6 day[s] ahead)
[merge]        [delete] ]4;0;#271f1b\]4;1;#b86b78\]4;2;#c0a3b8\]4;3;#c69c8c\]4;4;#6250aa\]4;5;#a07ba8\]4;6;#7e68aa\]4;7;#c9c7c6\]4;8;#44362f\]4;9;#ff788f\]4;10;#ffbcf9\]4;11;#ffc0a0\]4;12;#7557ed\]4;13;#dc8ded\]4;14;#9d75ee\]4;15;#fffefd\]10;#fffefd\]11;[50]#271f1b\]12;#fffefd\]13;#fffefd\]17;#fffefd\]19;#271f1b\]4;232;#271f1b\]4;256;#fffefd\]708;[50]#271f1b\/etc/systemd/timesyncd.conf.pacnew 

Any idea what is happening here? I don't have any strange files in /etc/ or /home/ or wherever the current working directory is. Not sure where the file is that is causing it to trip up. The find command used to find the pacfiles works fine in a terminal.

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