The fairly fast packet filter (FFPF) is an approach to network packet processing. The filter bag fast enough (FFPF) is an approach to network packet processing that adds many new features to existing filtering solutions, such as filter BPF.fairly fast packet is designed for high speed by pushing computationally intensive tasks kernel or even network processors and minimizing packet copying.By providing both access to programming languages richer and explicit extensibility, it is also much more flexible than existing approaches.FFPF provides a complete solution for monitoring network that addresses all applications available today. Exploiting its extensibility, the language can even be used as a meta-filter script for `all the filters from other approaches, such as GMP. Here are some key features of "filter fairly fast packet" · rapid process more packets per second than RSA (reference) · evolutionary support transparent material help, such as that provided by the network processors • Intel IXP2x00 backwards: libpcap supports all existing applications based · Stretch: separates the functionality of the framework. FFPF currently comes with implementations of BPF, Aho Corasick, Boyer Moore Horspool, and many more modular ·: new functions can be written as little as 3 lines of code secure ·: based on Keynote for authentication and resource control · open standard adherent: under the GNU General Public License (GPL). It keeps track of the API (MAPI) project as designed by the EU SCAMPI consortiumWhat New in this version: · allowed · treatment kernelspace license every 5 Implementations buffer (continuous, fixed-slot size, variable in size, double ring and index) · added TCP stream reassembly and rapid implementation of zero copy · winding added entry PCAP and production support for testing user-space and • Offline Use additional minor functions added: TCP Synprotect, output files, ... · added support for udev · extended controlplane: flowspaces can now be queried for the State Correctional live up numerous bugs, hacks and irregularities.