The Desktop Word Packet Processor
One could think of WireEdit as a Microsoft Word™ for captured network data. All other packet editing tools are very limited in their ability to edit binary encoded stack layers above TCP/UDP without breaking packets' integrity. WireEdit is a full-stack packet editor by design. It preserves packets' integrity at all layers during editing.
We are not aware of a comparable full stack packet editors, free or commercial.
WireEdit is a packet binaries editor. The binaries are often wrapped into Pcap file format. Editing Pcap file format itself with WireEdit does not require a license.
Editing Pcap file format itself can be done without a license. One could Copy/Paste frames from one Pcap file to another as well as within the same file. One could also delete frames and edit time stamps. Changing packets' bits requires a license.
Modifying packets bits requires a license.
It is $95 USD for 24 hours or $2000 for a month. Longer durations as well as on-premises deployment licenses are available. Please contact us.
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Short answer: By design if you can dissect X at Y, you can edit X at Y.
Install the latest WireEdit. No license is required. If you can't decode (dissect) the networking layer/stack of interest, let us know and we'll fix it. We can support any network stack.
No. WireEdit is an enterprise product. Volume discounts are available.
You can rent WireEdit at $95 USD per 24 hours. Outside connection is required.
Yes. On-premises deployment is available for qualified customers.
Yes, a CLI version of WireEdit is available.
You can replay a stateful packet exchange on a live wire with FlowCoder.
Please check our FlowCoder product.
Yes if you want to "break" a packet for testing purposes. Otherwise there is no need to edit packet binaries directly.
No. Absolutely not.
Yes. The changes made will be pushed to the fragments the packet has been reassembled from.
Full support for all 4G/LTE 3GPP Mobile Core protocols and interfaces including SS7, RANAP, DIAMETER, and VoLTE.
Yes, absolutely! Watch this short video: Editing GSM Mobile Application Part.
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