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    I'm suprised no-one has mentioned the dsniff suite of tools, you can use them over a live connection or use tcpreplay to replay a old cap file. dsniff is made up of dsniff, mailsnarf, msgsnarf and urlsnarf i think.

    for wireless captures i like wifizoo for easily readable results and it allows you to clone cookies and log onto sites the 'victim' has just visited.

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    Default Re: extracting data from captures

    You could always use Wine to run a Windows app.
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    Default Re: extracting data from captures

    cough xplico cough its in the repos...can do websites images voip calls whatever from a pcap up to 100 mb

    if you wanna check you command line or terminal fu level type history in a terminal, if you have over 1000 or so your fu is good!
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    Xplico seems to be good. You can change its settings to support bigger files.

    My biggest issue now is that xplico just doesnt accept any of mine captures, which are made using wireshark.
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    Error:truncated dump file; tried to read 24 file header bytes, only got 0
    Error: incorrect capture file capture1.pcap
    Now its working, those files was made by root, so I just had to chmod 666 file.pcap
    Last edited by halfdone; 07-27-2010 at 12:23 PM.

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