Naudit ensures complete confidentiality of your data and the report obtained from your trace. However, to ensure your privacy, you can choose to anonymize the trace so that it will not be possible to obtain any private data from captured traffic (IP addresses, application-level data), but the information will be kept in order that the analysis will be valid for your network.
For this process you can use an open-source tool like tcpreplay. Here are the steps for installation and the usage instructions.
sudo apt-get install tcpreplay
sudo yum install tcpreplay
Mac OS X
ruby -e "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.github.com/mxcl/homebrew/go)"
brew install tcpreplay
Install cygwin (it is important to include gcc, ccache and make, as well as all the dependencies indicated).Download: http://cygwin.com/setup.exe
Install WinPcap (libpcap port for Windows). You must install the driver/DLL and the developers version. All files should be placed in the root directory of cygwin installation in a folder called Wpdpack.
Developers version: http://www.winpcap.org/devel.htm
Download and extract the latest version of tcpreplay (currently the latest version of the stable branch, complatible Windows, is the 3.4.4).
Open a cygwin terminal and navigate to the folder where you extracted tcpreplay.
./configure (if it shows an error by the lack of libraries, re-open the cygwin installation and select the missing packages).
If you want to truncate your data above the transport layer:
tcprewrite --mtu=64 --mtu-trunc --infile=traza.pcap --outfile=trazatrunc.pcap
To anonymize the trace (hidding IP addresses) you must run the following command. It will change the IP of your packages by others random:
tcprewrite --seed=423 --infile=traza.pcap --outfile=trazaanon.pcap --skipbroadcast
Note: you can change the seed for another you want.