JNetBridge: Java Library to Send/Receive Network Packets

I am releasing jnetbridge, which will be responsible for receiving and sending network packets in Marvin 0.92 (the current version, 0.91, still uses jpcap). It is based on JNetPcap (JNI adapter to libpcap/winpcap + protocol analyzer in Java). JNetBridge is a small piece of code on top of the massive JNetPcap library.

To cut the long story short, below is a bunch of files you may want to have a look at, if you are Java developer trying to implement some sort of a network bridge or a router.

    Enabling SSL/TLS Renegotiation in Java

    All the crazy SSL servers seem to come my way - ones that only support weird combinations of protocols and ciphers, ones that require client certificates stored on PKCS#11 hardware, and ones that require SSL renegotiation.

    Autocomplete and Input History for MagicTree

    Components for Java Swing

    Most modern user interfaces remember user input and provide autocomplete function. When you start typing a URL in a browser location bar, you get a list of URLs matching the pattern you have typed.

    We wanted similar functionality for MagicTree. Whenever user has to type something, whether it is a command line, an XPath expression or a search term, we wanted the application to remember the previous input and provide autocompletion. Now we have that:

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