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    This what you are looking for?
    http://www.sans.org/security-resources/tcpip.pdf
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    Quote Originally Posted by bludgeon View Post
    not to be rude, but prots are easily recognized...also, did you pay for wireshark?
    Not sure what you mean here mate, care to explain?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Opus00 View Post
    Thanks a great little dump, thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bludgeon View Post
    not to be rude, but prots are easily recognized...also, did you pay for wireshark?
    Why would anyone pay for Wireshark when it is distributed free from Wireshark.org?

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    Nice links Sir Dice and Opus00

    and Mr Airplane.....ua549...there are different versions of wireshark ...some you pay for

    http://www.cacetech.com/products/cas...l_edition.html

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    Cascade Pilot is not Wireshark. It is integrated with Wireshark. It simply isn't the same.

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    Maybe thats what he meant...getting the advanced reporting.

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    I've used Wireshark a bunch in the past, but one of my favorite apps, has been, for a long time now; IPTraf. It's a Console / Text based Sniffer that is actually really easy to use. It's one with a TUI (Text User Interface) and basically, when you type it and load it up, you select what you want. You can also open multiple copies of it to watch more stuff, and, it's actually really nice.

    Ever tried out Hydra? Hping? IPSorcery? Those are other tools I love and use.
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    OmniPeek is my favorite Windows based sniffer/analyzer. IT has the features of WireShark, but also provides special tools for monitoring VoIP and RTP streams (I need that). THe biggest benefit is that it also provides drivers for promiscuous capture under certain chipsets, independent of OEM drivers..

    http://www.wildpackets.com/products/...twork_analyzer
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    I haven't personally heard about that one in particular, but since I don't have much experience in the Windows world of Sniffers, what I CAN say, is that Doppy is someone I personally trust.

    So, for what it's worth, if Doppy gives something his stamp of approval, I'd say it's worth at least checking into. When he responds to a thread and has a tool he's recommending, he seems to almost always pick very well, so look into it!
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