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comment Log http data in unique files using tcpick
Thanks for your answer, Mark. IIRC, I did make sure there was traffic on port 80. I have since picked Justniffer as my HTTP sniffing tool of choice.
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comment Monitoring HTTP traffic using tcpdump
Thanks for your suggestions. Unfortunately, both tools seem to work on Windows only. I hadn't mentioned it, but I'm loooking for something that works on Linux.
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comment Monitoring HTTP traffic using tcpdump
ngrep and httpry look definitely useful, but ngrep is unaware of HTTP and AFAIK, httpry only works with HTTP headers and cannot display the payload data.
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comment Monitoring HTTP traffic using tcpdump
Thanks -- after trying out all the suggestions, tshark seems like the best tool for the job. I'm currently using "tshark -d tcp.port==8070,http -R 'http.request or http.response'". Now if only I could get tshark to "follow the tcp stream" just like wireshark can (This gets asked a lot, but I still haven't found the answer). "-V" displays info about the TCP and IP packets and so on, which I'm not interested in. But I guess I can remove that using a script.
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JohannesR, I cannot find that patch on the openssh mailing list. What's the subject of the announcement mail? I would really like to have a look at it. Thanks.
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Not sure whether expect can scan for patterns while the user is interacting with the target process. I'm not the biggest fan of TCL, so I never investigated this further. Patching the openssh binary is definitely not an option in my work environment, but I'd like to learn more about how this patch works. Where do I find some info about it (aside from the openssh mailing list, of course)?
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