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Old 07-14-2010, 07:24 PM   #1
falconite
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tcpdump info


Hi All,

I am trying to analyze the output of tcpdump, but I am unable to figure out what the output is. I am sorry, I would be unable to post the output of tcpdump here, as I think that the security my computer would be compromised by this output.
 
Old 07-14-2010, 08:17 PM   #2
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Is there some question that we might be able to assist you with regarding tcpdump? If your concern is with IP information, you should obscure it before posting here. I recommend using a non-existent, invalid IP such as 123.456.654.1 or demonstrate it with variables such as x.y.z.2 so that people on the forums may still be able to assist with enough information to identify what it is that might be needed, but not so much as to expose your system(s) or break a company|security policy.
 
Old 07-14-2010, 10:52 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by falconite View Post
Hi All,

I am trying to analyze the output of tcpdump, but I am unable to figure out what the output is. I am sorry, I would be unable to post the output of tcpdump here, as I think that the security my computer would be compromised by this output.
To assist you further, we need some sample output. You have to intelligently post your tcpdump output in order to get better response.

Also, I believe you are using wireshark or ethereal to read your tcpdump output. I find pretty easy to read tcpdumps through these softwares.
 
  


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