Questions tagged [winpcap]

WinPcap is an open-source Windows library for network access including packet capture and analysis. It operates at the link-layer (the lowest layer in the internet protocol suite).

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Can't see interfaces in wireshark, Windows 10

I've been using wireshark for weeks, but recently I installed Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL2) with Kali Linux, planning to do some network analysis. It took me quite a while to get it all running, ...
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Installing Npcap on Windows 10

Recently, after prompt initiated update, the Wireshark could no longer detect my ethernet interfaces, leaving only USBs on the list. Since problems persisted after reboot I decided to reinstall ...
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Can WinPcap send and get Ethernet header over one NIC card?

I'm studying with WinPcap API on one computer, as you predict I have one NIC card and I couldn't send and get Ethernet header on one NIC card. Can you please inform me whether WinPcap can send and ...
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Nessus install interrupted by WinPcap

Why is Nessus installation interrupted by WinPcap? I have a Windows 10 Pro PC with Wireshark and nmap installed, so I know I have WinPcap is already installed, but why is this completely shutting out ...
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Windows 7 network adapter device name using winpcap

I am trying to use winpcap for an application that is to be used on multiple servers in a production line. One thing that annoys me so far is the Windows 7 device naming convention, which is a long ...
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how to use winpcap to send EAPOL packets on windows 7 with wireless card?

I want to implement a 802.1X wireless client on Windows 7 using PEAP/MSCHAPv2. The 802.1X protocol is a data link layer protocol, it uses the EAPOL protocol to encapsulate the packets. I use the ...
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How to use windows pcap api on windows 7?

I want to implement a 802.1X wireless client in windows 7 using PEAP/MSCHAPv2. The 802.1X protocol is a datalink layer protocol, it uses the EAPOL protocol to encapsulate the packets. However, I don't ...
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Where to find WinPcap in system control? (on Windows 8.1 Pro 64bit)

Where can I find WinPcap in system control, I assumed it is running as a service but it seems I am mistaken. I started WinPcap via command line (source): runas /u:administrator "net start npf" ...
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How do I remove an old version of WinPcap?

When installing WinPcap 4.1.2 on Windows 7 I receive the following message "A previous version of WinPcap has been detected on this system and cannot be removed because in use by another ...
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Installing WinPcap on Windows 8

I know there has been lots of discussion already on installing WinPcap on Windows 8. I'm running the RTM version. I was able to install WinPcap without a hitch by using the Windows 7 compatibility ...
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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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Network packet capturing on Windows 8?

Unfortunately WinPcap doesn't offer a version of their installer that runs on Windows 8. Since WinPcap uses a kernel-mode driver to capture network packets, it seems like a very terrible idea to force ...
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WinPcap installation error

When installing WinPcap 4.1.2 (as well as earlier versions) I get the following error: An error occurred while loading the WinPcap Install Helper DLL I checked the WinPcap FAQ but there was ...
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Install Winpcap on Windows XP without admin rights

Is there a way to install Winpcap on Windows XP without admin rights?