[Winpcap-users] Question about how to interpertate the pkt_data
Wu Bo (ST-VS/EAP2.3)
Bo.Wu at us.bosch.com
Mon Jan 19 20:47:11 GMT 2009
Thank you guys,
What i did is convert whole package into string and search the whole
string to see whether or not it contains user name and password. It is
good enought for me to check my application.
I tried on my pc with 100Mb enthernet, and it works fine and returns
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Sent: Monday, January 19, 2009 12:00 PM
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Subject: Re: [Winpcap-users] Question about how to interpertate the
4) How can we find out whether the data contains password and
I look at the wireshark's data and know that somewhere it
name, and the password is decrypted, anyone know where does
A: That depends on the protocol being used.
Q: If I'm using either UDP or TCP, what bytes are containing
It won't be a specific set of bytes for each protocol. For SMB (could
be TCP or UDP) you can pull username and encrypted password, but you
have to wander through the whole SMB packet. For pop3, the easiest
thing to do is actually look for the phrase 'pass' or 'password' (sorry
been too long), then pull what is right after that since it is
Long story short, you have to disect each packet, there is no "magic"
place where it is going to show up in each one.
5) I'm curring using whether 100Mb and 1000Mb ethernet. If I
pcap_datalink(), does this function return DLT_EN10MB?
I just implemented the pcap_datalink in my program last night and on my
GB connection it returns 1, which if you use pcap_datalink_val_to_name
So at least for me, it returns EN10MB regardless.
My AirPCap adapter returns 127 which is IEEE802_11_Radio.
Regardless, for me, i just check to see if datalinktype returns 1, if
not I post a message back to the user that I only support EN10MB Data
Link Types at this time. Never knew about this call before this thread
got started, so thanks!
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