Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 236488
Review Request: aimject - AIM packet injection tool
Last modified: 2009-07-17 15:19:56 EDT
I'm still looking for a sponsor so that I may become a contributor though this isn't my first package.
Spec URL: http://deadbytes.net/packages/fedora/specs/aimject/aimject.spec
SRPM URL: <http://deadbytes.net/packages/fedora/srpms/aimject-1.0-1.src.rpm
Aimject facilitates man-in-the-middle attacks against AOL Instant Messenger's
OSCAR protocol via a simple GTK interface.
* sign-on/off detection
* message interception/decoding
* message injection into arbitrary conversations
* synchronization of AIM sequence numbers and fnac ids
* cloning of font styles/screenname formatting to avoid detection
* selective muting of conversation participants
* session statistics
* integrated ARP/DNS spoofing
It seems that you are now sponsored (bug 232855)?
However, you do need to specify GPL version now, as per
http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Licensing Looks like 2 and later, from a source
Remove the Requires: gtk2 as rpm can figure that out.
What is the status of this bug?
Oh, I thought this had been closed a long time ago. I'll see if I can get this
fixed up today after work and get it committed, otherwise I'll make sure I do it
The same issue still exists with the application not actually working. I had a
lengthy conversation with the author a few months back in an attempt to fix the
issues and it led nowhere.
It seems this ticket needs to be closed. Are you still interested.
If no info is provided soon it will be closed.