Is there a "reading packet captures for dummies" anywhere? I just do not seem to understand a few things.

I would like to view images moving across the network as well as know how to decrypt and/or reassemble (for viewing) packet bytes.

Some of the wiki pages and tutorials just seem like mumbo jumbo to me.

Appreciate any help

asked 08 Sep '11, 21:40

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You could look at Wireshark University or The TCP/IP Guide for instance.

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answered 08 Sep '11, 23:15

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