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Monitoring USB communications using usbmon interface

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Summary

With the help of usbmon we have a cost-effective solution to monitor USB communications between the kernel and a hardware device. It is an alternative to hardware USB protocol analyzers for those on a budget or having to do it once. Loading of usbmon kernel module The first step is to load the related kernel module. This can be done using the modprobe command. $ sudo modprobe usbmon Validate if the usbmon kernel module is loaded using the lsmod command.

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