Commands tagged tshark (10)

  • This captures traffic on a remote machine with tshark, sends the raw pcap data over the ssh link, and displays it in wireshark. Hitting ctrl+C will stop the capture and unfortunately close your wireshark window. This can be worked-around by passing -c # to tshark to only capture a certain # of packets, or redirecting the data through a named pipe rather than piping directly from ssh to wireshark. I recommend filtering as much as you can in the tshark command to conserve bandwidth. tshark can be replaced with tcpdump thusly: ssh root@example.com tcpdump -w - 'port !22' | wireshark -k -i -


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    ssh root@server.com 'tshark -f "port !22" -w -' | wireshark -k -i -
    markdrago · 2009-12-17 23:03:24 2

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    tshark -i any -T fields -R mysql.query -e mysql.query
    vladimirsazhin · 2010-11-11 17:06:29 0

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    mkfifo /tmp/fifo; ssh-keygen; ssh-copyid root@remotehostaddress; sudo ssh root@remotehost "tshark -i eth1 -f 'not tcp port 22' -w -" > /tmp/fifo &; sudo wireshark -k -i /tmp/fifo;
    Code_Bleu · 2010-01-05 14:40:06 0
  • dsniff is general purpose password sniffer, it handles *lots* of different protocols, but it also handles tcp-style expressions for limiting analyzed traffic - so I can limit it to work on pop3 only. Show Sample Output


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    dsniff -i any 'tcp port pop3'
    depesz · 2010-11-18 09:43:40 0
  • trace http requests on the specified interface. uses the amazing tshark tool (http://www.wireshark.org/docs/man-pages/tshark.html) Show Sample Output


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    tshark -i en1 -z proto,colinfo,http.request.uri,http.request.uri -R http.request.uri
    lele · 2011-04-05 14:18:35 0
  • The command is useful for monitoring the use of the boxes and their connection IP. Result file "sniff" is readable with GUI program "wireshark" or through CLI with the command: tcpdump -f "sniff" -XX Show Sample Output


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    tcpdump -i eth0 "tcp port pop3 and ip[40] = 85 and ip[41] = 83" -s 1500 -n -w "sniff"
    ironmarc · 2010-11-18 09:03:08 0
  • if you have a capture file *.eth, and ajp protocol is in use on port 9009, you can paste the above command. You can change the fiile and port name Show Sample Output


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    tshark -r *.eth -S -R "ajp13" -d tcp.port==9009,ajp13 -s 0 -l -V | awk '/Apache JServ/ {p=1} /^ *$/ {p=0;printf "\n"} (p){printf "%s\n", $0} /^(Frame|Internet Pro|Transmission Control)/ {print $0}'
    tsureshkumar · 2013-01-10 21:12:51 0
  • Replace servername with your user. And make sure you have generated / copied your rsa_pub key to the remote server, or you will be asked for a password which will stuff up the output to wireshark.


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    wireshark -k -i <(ssh -l root servername "dumpcap -P -w - -f 'not tcp port 22'")
    lmitchell · 2015-08-10 05:22:36 0
  • #_connects src_IP dst_IP When_It_Happened_Secs Show Sample Output


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    tshark -qr [cap] -z conv,tcp | awk '{printf("%s:%s:%s\n",$1,$3,$10)}' | awk -F: '{printf("%s %s %s\n",$1,$3,substr($5,1,length($5)-10))}' | sort | uniq -c | sort -nr
    knassery · 2012-10-16 06:39:01 0
  • This allows you to display the wireshark program running on remote pc to your local pc.


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    sudo ssh -Y remoteuser@remotehost sudo wireshark
    Code_Bleu · 2010-01-05 14:35:20 0

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