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    Default Compiling a packet with wireshark

    Hello,

    I was wondering if it is possible to compile a tcp transmission with wireshark.
    the beginning of the stream is the standard GET /data.data HTTP/1.1

    and it ends with a [FIN, ACK]

    is it possible to compile the data that was send in some sort of way? or could I just copy the raw data from the tcp stream and put it in a file? would that work?.

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    Default Re: Compiling a packet with wireshark

    Maybe look at using something like scapy.
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    Default Re: Compiling a packet with wireshark

    Quote Originally Posted by lupin View Post
    Maybe look at using something like scapy.
    haha Great tool :P certainly gonna try scrapy but unfortunately it is not what i am looking for.I already have the data captured, i only need a way to translate it a linux file that can be read.

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    Default Re: Compiling a packet with wireshark

    Quote Originally Posted by dariusk View Post
    haha Great tool :P certainly gonna try scrapy but unfortunately it is not what i am looking for.I already have the data captured, i only need a way to translate it a linux file that can be read.
    You want to take the text from a packet capture and copy it to file, is that correct? Use the Follow TCP Stream option in Wireshark and copy the text from the box that pops up. Apparently you can also use tshark to do this, and IIRC there is a command line tool that can extract text from TCP sessions in pcap files too, but I cant remember the name. I'll look it up if anyone is interested.
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    Default Re: Compiling a packet with wireshark

    Chaosreader

    Not sure if its what you are after but its a great tool

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