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SYN-ACK not received

On a standard TCP connection between server and client, I have this issue: the SYN-ACK is not received from the client, while it is sent from the server. I could see this on Wireshark from both server ...
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Capturing Internet Connection Sharing (ICS) traffic using Fiddler

Does anyone have any idea how to capture HTTP traffic that goes through my ICS connection? Full details: I have a PC connected to internet via Ethernet. PC has set up a Wifi Hotspot using Internet ...
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How to properly use stunnel?

I'm trying to setup Wireshark ssl debugging, and to do this, I'm trying to follow instructions in this article. I'm currently at stunnel part, and I'm trying to execute sudo stunnel -p ps.pem -d ...
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Having trouble Getting “RTSP over HTTP”

There is an axis camera that is connected to our site (camba.tv) through axis one click connection component (which acts as proxy). We can communicate with this camera only through http by setting the ...
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How to protect Cisco router from getting hacked by Wireshark software? [closed]

I can see my user name and password of my router on my laptop with a second machine connected to my Cisco router, when I use Wireshark on the second machine. How do I protect myself from such ...
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Program to record data transmission between two computers using a TCP port

I am looking for a way to view data being transmitted over a TCP port between two computers. Is there a software package that allows this? I suppose I could script something to re-route data coming ...
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Problem with Wireshark on Wifi

I am using wireshark over wifi from my network card Atheros AR9825 network card but it but it is showing the following error. What is the issue? ""The capture session could not be initiated (failed ...
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Usefulness of packets in wireshark? SSDP protocol, rather than HTTP?

I used to be able to filter my wireshark packets to get useful information from them. However, with my current configuration on OSX, all of the HTTP traffic is coming through as the SSDP protocol and ...
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Wireshark - permission problem in Ubuntu

I installed wireshark (tshark) using sudo apt-get install tshark this installed the tshark executable in /usr/bin/tshark. The problem now is that I am unable to run it without root permissions. ...
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wireshark: how to capture traffic between guest and host OS?

I'm trying to set up a lab to demonstrate ipv6 attack and detection mechanism on my Macbook. This is my set up with virtualbox: Host OS: OS X 10.8.2 IPv6 automatically, wireless connection Geust OS: ...
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Wireshark on home-network

So basically I want to make WireShark ( Windows ) capture packets of the home network. As you know, home-networks are usually set by local IPs ( 192.168 or 10.0 range ) instead of the WAN IP so if we ...
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Sniff traffic coming from one particular application?

Basically I'd like to sniff HTTP requests made by an .exe on Windows. I tried using wireshark, but it's somewhat unhandy since it sniffs all traffic on the interface. Are there any alternatives?
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How do I limit packet capturing in Wireshark to only a specific protocol?

I would like to listen to HTTP traffic on port 8080. When I start capturing packets in Wireshark, it's flooded by packets using the SSDP protocol on port 1900. I would like to limit the packet ...
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Real-time loopback interface packet capture on Windows with RawCap, Wireshark, and some pipe utility

After stumbling across another Super User post about loopback packet capture on Windows, I was directed to RawCap, a utility that provides pseudo-capture of loopback packets. RawCap writes to libpcap ...
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Wireshark - How do i filter the TCP[RST] packet?

I am looking for filter out the TCP[RST] packets on wireshark. I have tried tcp.analysis.flag but it didn't help.
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Wireshark: Accessing USB Bus Interfaces without sudo

I am trying to monitor some USB traffic using Wireshark on Linux (Ubuntu). If I start Wireshark as my normal user without root privileges, the USB bus interfaces are not listed. If I sudo wireshark ...
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How can I stop my computer from doing arp poisoning attacks?

I have a small LAN in my home about 4 - 5 computers. The problem is that when there are usually 3 or more pc's online we keep losing the Internet access randomly about every 2 minutes. So we took a ...
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What does this UDP Packet mean?

I'm total newbie at tcp/ip and I was experimenting with Wireshark. What this mean: 1824 578.194204 xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx yyy.yyy.yyy.yyy UDP Source port: 17500 Destination port: 17500 In data I ...
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Have wireshark save the capture-stream at a certain amount of frames, then start new capture

Wireshark can easily capture hundreds of thousands of captures in under an hour. I'm wondering if it's possible to configure Wireshark to have WireShark save the capture after a certain amount of ...
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Simple way of demonstrating that a VPN is working, that is easy for novices to understand/comprehend?

I am developing a Linux-based security appliance. One of its functions is to cloak a user's traffic within a VPN, and I need a simple way of demonstrating that this function is working properly, and ...
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how to see all network requests made by an application [duplicate]

Suppose i have an application running abc.exe, how to see all the network requests made by this application? Wireshark is good to see all the requests from the pc, but is there any filter for requests ...
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What's the difference between wlan.sa, wlan.ra, wlan.ta and wlan.da?

Tshark/wireshark (CLI) has several fields to display for WLAN, including these four (+ description from manual): wlan.sa: Source address wlan.ra: Receiver address wlan.ta: Transmitter address ...
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LAN assembly 2 packets into 1 packets?

I have two computers A and B, there is a TCP connection between them. I use TCPdump to capture the packets. I notice that when A sends a lot of TCP packets to B, each IP packets are 1514 bytes. In ...
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Wireshark Not Displaying Packets From Other Network Devices, Even in Promisc Mode

System Setup: MacBook Air running Mountain Lion and connected wirelessly to a router. Wireshark installed and capturing packets (I have "capture all in promiscuous mode" checked) I filter out all ...
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need display filter to display tcp packets of non zero payload in wireshark

i have a pcap which contains only tcp packets. now i want to see only those packets which have non zero payload length. can someone please let me know which display filter to use ? using data.len or ...
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Sniffing SSL Traffic with Wireshark Locally

I ahve an application that is submitting and recieving information via HTTPS. If I place wireshark on the same box and the client. Will I be able to decrypt all of the data within the communication ...
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Forwarding wifi traffic to wired pc

I'm trying to play around with Wireshark on my home network, and was wondering if there is a way to create a new connection on my PC that receives all wifi packets on the network. The PC is a wired ...
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Excessive “name query” and “standard query” activity on Wireshark?

I started using Wireshark on some class at university and decided to look at my home wireless network with it, just out of curiosity. But now I'm noticing excessive activity to what it looks like a ...
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How do I monitor network traffic for IPP (LPD/LPR)?

I'm writing an application that sends print jobs over IPP to an LPR print server. I need a way to monitor the traffic going between that server and my development box. Right now I'm just sending jobs ...
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How do I un-gzip data captured by Wireshark?

I have a Wireshark capture file with a HTTP request, however, the request is gzipped. My question is how can I ungzip it so see what data was transfered in cleartext? The capture file is here if ...
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Explanation of port protocols in Wireshark?

When using Wireshark you can display the packets with just the plain number of the port, or with a "transport layer name resolution" (via the View/Name Resolution menu, for example). Unfortunately, ...
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Change TCP sequence numbers for packet replay?

First off, I'm using wireshark for capture and colasoft for replay. I'm attempting to replay a group of captured packets back, looped to be done several times over (the purpose of this is just to send ...
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How can I monitor traffic on my home network?

I have admin access to my D-Link DSL G604T router which controls one switch (and 2 computers) and three other computers. I want to monitor traffic on this router to find out who is downloading what / ...
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Cannot connect to website - SSL handshaking fails

So I cannot connect to certain websites. Just a few, most are OK. The one I really care about is paypal.com. I have done the usual things. Let's see: Cleared browsing history Tried different ...
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Why do I keep seeing “Wireshark Cookie Dump Ok Cancel” in my input forms within Firefox?

I've recently installed Wireshark on my Macbook Pro. Since doing so, whenever I head over to http://jsfiddle.net, all of the input fields are pre-populated with Wireshark Cookie Dump: ...
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Wireshark filter for different interface

I know that before capturing packets, I can select specific interface. I wonder is there any filter to distinguish different interfaces after I capture packets? That is, at the beginning, I capture ...
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Follow a .pcap file in wireshark like tail -f

I have a .pcap file on my android device, that I can access from my PC with wireshark via smb and wondering if it possible to get a 'Live view' of that file in wireshark. Is there any solution?
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tcp port numbers reused on wireshark

I used raw socket to build a tcp client program on machine A to reproduce tcp 3-way handshake with a simple regular tcp server on machine B I captured packets on the client host and server host, and ...
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Decode SSL packets in WireShark

I have cert.cer, base64 x509 and a Wireshark dump in .pcap format. The packets are encoded, so how do I decode them? Now: [site-ip],443,http,xe.cer but it's still not working.
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What do these fields mean in Wireshark?

What does the following mean in the info section of wireshark? Source Client Destination Server Protocol HTTP Length 522 Info 522 GET /intl/en/images/logo.gif HTTP/1.1 More ...
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Linux alternative to Fiddler2 (different use! Not same question!)

I am aware that this question has been asked before; but my use for fiddler is completely different; Fiddler2 is my example. In Fiddler2 I can download streams from websites; for example if I stream ...
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Wireshark vs Netmon for precise time tagging

I'm using Wireshark to time tag and get some statistics on multicast traffic. When there is not much traffic, the stats looks good, but as soon as there is a bunch of packets arriving at the same ...
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What is wag-service?

Does anyone know what wag-service is? I'm seeing it a lot in Wireshark
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Find out what programs are heavily using the network

Currently, I have a process on my Windows 7 system which is saturating the incoming broadband internet connection (75Mbit/s) and almost completely saturating the 100Mbit network controller. I cannot ...
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Is it possible to know which process opened a connection in Windows?

With netstat -a I can see all connections from my machine to the MySQL Server. There is any way too see which process or executable is responsible for each connection? The only solution I found so ...
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Wireshark can see outside of the virtual machine?

I'm running Windows in a VM inside of OSX. If I start Wireshark inside Windows, then a message from OSX pops up saying that Wireshark is trying to monitor all network traffic. If I accept, then ...
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Do machines connected to the same switch belong to the same subnet?

When we talk about a subnet - do we mean all the systems connected to the same switch? If I have an assigned IP address of 10.0.2.1, am I in the same subnet as that of 10.0.1.39? When we talk about ...
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What is the protocol 'ftp-data' identified by wireshark?

Just implementing a FTP server and use wireshark to analize the protocol. I find there is a protocol identified by wireshark FTP-DATA. What is that? Any document or RFC can be referred? Thanks and ...
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Decrypting SSL traffic in Wireshark. Only headers get decrypted

I'm trying to decrypt SSL traffic in Wireshark, and it partially works because I'm able to view the decrypted headers. The problem is that I don't see any of the packet contents, only their headers. ...
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Networking packet sniffer for Linux that captures the application names?

I tried Wireshark. It shows the source and destination IP address, port number, and packet contents, but nothing about which application is using the packets. Apparently tcpdump is similar; network ...