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       netcap - a program to see capabilities




       netcap  is  a program that prints out a report of process capabilities.
       If the application is using tcp, udp, raw, or packet family of  sockets
       AND  has any capabilities, it will be in the report. If the process has
       partial capabilities, it is further examined to see if it has an  open-
       ended bounding set. If this is found to be true, a '+' symbol is added.

       Some  directories  in  the  /proc file system are readonly by root. The
       program will try to access and report what it can. But if nothing comes
       out, try changing to the root user and re-run this program.


       pscap(8), filecap(8), capabilities(7), netstat(8).


       Steve Grubb

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