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Is it possible to use Wireshark to see what URL and what params are being requested by my computer?

Something like:

www.foobar.com/someendpoint/bazboo

Does Wireshark offer this information in it's package capture information?

I downloaded Fiddler2, but it did not show any new request being made while I interacted with this application in question. I'm sure it's doing online requests and not loading data from local cache.

Would wireshark show me this URL being invoked?

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Put simply. Yes. – Wolfcow Apr 19 '12 at 0:39

Absolutely. Wireshark will show ALL network traffic over a network including URLs, unencrypted passwords, etc.

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could be a duplicate of superuser.com/questions/100865/… – steve Apr 18 '12 at 23:55
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Unless the connection is secured, in which case Wireshark can only show the raw TCP packets. – Andrew Lambert Apr 19 '12 at 1:05
    
It's not a duplicate of that question, the other question was vague. This question specifically asks about Wireshark. – cutrightjm Apr 19 '12 at 1:30

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