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Lightweight tool for viewing raw HTTP messages?

I'm investigating differences in behaviour between a couple of Web servers. I need to see raw response data from the servers (i.e. before the response is de-chunked if it has "Transfer-Encoding:...
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Why does a radio stream not appear on a packet monitoring tool?

I am currently trying to find the URL to the audio stream for a webradio that only provides a flash player, that I would like to use with MusicBee's radio player. After using Wireshark to monitor my ...
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How to monitor traffic passing through my Wi-Fi access point

I know how to monitor the network interfaces on my local computer with Wireshark. But, how do I monitor the traffic flowing through my wireless access point from connected computers? It seems like ...
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Packet Sniff over Wi-Fi

I've got a non-PC wireless client, and I'm wondering about some of its connections. I want to see the actual packets being exchanged from the net to my device over a Wi-Fi connection. I have ...
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How do I return just the Http header from tshark?

I'm using tshark to sniff my packets and I'm only concerned with the http header (preferably in the form its sent, but I'll take what I can get). I tried using: tshark tcp port 80 or tcp port 443 -V ...
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Capturing wireless traffic (using Wireshark)

When I run wireshark on a wired network it works fine and reports all of the packets. When I run it on a wireless network though I only see my own traffic. The wireless card I have is supposed to ...
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X11/XQuartz won't auto-launch after upgrading to OS X Mavericks?

I can't use Wireshark on latest OS X 10.9 Mavericks. Previously, I was using XQuartz to run X11 applications like Wireshark. But, yesterday, after I upgraded my iMac operating system to OS X 10.9, ...
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Concern over running WireShark as root

I started WireShark on my Ubuntu machine and discovered that there were no interfaces I could listen to. So I launched it as root. This gave me access to all the interfaces, but gave me a warning: ...
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How do I trace HTTP packets with Wireshark?

What can I do in order to see packets that come from different sessions in a web page? For example when I open yahoo.com there are different sessions in yahoo; I dont know how to see which packet is ...
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SSL (imap) doesn't work from some machines - ssl handshake failure - how to narrow down further?

A few days ago our IMAP SSL (port 993) connections stopped working from our home network two Windows 7 PCs in our home network. Two other PCs, one with Windows XP, one also with Win7 professional ...
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How to determine what program send the packet recorded in Wireshark?

I was taking some tutorials on Wireshark in order to analyze the packets sent and received when talking to a web server for purposes of learning. When I start listening/recording packets in Wireshark,...
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promiscuous mode with Intel Centrino Advanced-N 6200 AGN wireless card

I'm trying to solve this problem for a long time, googling, reading and trying with no help. I have laptop with Intel Centrino Advanced-N 6200 AGN wireless card which suppose to support promiscuous ...
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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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My Mac trying to connect to a possible intruder's machine, that is not in the network anymore

I just asked a question I think someone else has access to my wireless network. What next?. I have changed wireless security to WPA2, changed the password, disabled file sharing etc as =suggested in ...
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404 error - Finding what wasn't found with wireshark

I am using Wireshark to view my HTTP activity. When there is a 404 Not Found error returned, I can't find an easy way to determine what request could not found. Can anyone explain how to do this?
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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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Wireshark - Help seeing all network traffic

I have a Ralink RT3290 802.11bgn Wi-Fi Adapter and am running Windows 8. Sadly although my new computer helps in the design and testing of my touch based applications, my Network Engineering abilities ...
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Why Wireshark is not showing high layer packets like ICMP/IP/UDP? (Only broadcast packets are shown)

I am using Wireshark for 802.11g sniffing. The AP is not using any encryption. These are my observations: The vast majority packets are beacons and the probe requests. If I filter out beacons using ...
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Watching http in wireshark

Wireshark reassembles TCP Segments. For teaching purposes, I'd like to see the actual packets (not the reassembled TCP Segments) that flow on a network when you access a webpage. Can I do that with ...
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Remote Packet Capture using Wireshark

Well The scenario is that I have a Windows machine(at home) and a Linux box running headless Ubuntu server(without GUI) on a remote location. I got Wireshark installed on my windows machine, and ...
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How can I capture other computers traffic in Wireshark on a WiFi-network?

I run Wireshark on a MacBook Air and I also have a Android phone on the same WiFi-network. If I visit a website with the Android phone I can't see that DNS-traffic (or other traffic) in Wireshark on ...