Posts Tagged ‘Layered Service Provider’

LSP Issue

Thursday, May 27th, 2010

Whatever the problem that you are having (LSP problem, Winsock problem), is the place to turn for your answers.  When it comes an LSP issue, Komodia’s free LSP guide is the #1 resource on the Internet.  Feel free to sign up for Barak’s free LSP tips, watch the LSP video, and use the LSP resource page.


Layered Service Protocol

Wednesday, May 19th, 2010

Layered Service Provider (LSP – and sometimes referred to as Layered Service Protocol) is a DLL using the Winsock API to insert your code in to the communication stack.  The LSP can then read, intercept, and/or modify this Internet traffic.  Whether you find LSP as Layered Service Provider or Layered Service Protocol, they are referring to the same thing.


What is LSP

Monday, March 22nd, 2010

What is LSP? LSP stand for Layered Service Provider and in a nutshell it’s a component that intercepts all Winsock API calls and allows the programmer to inspect the data and even modify it.

You can read about more LSP resources on Komodia’s web site.