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I used this tutorial to use Chaosreader on an output file of WinDump. My purpose was to get the HTTP payload, which I got. But I'd also like to extract other information, like source IP and destination IP, source port and destination port, for each packet in the WinDump output file.

How do I get those fields? Where are they in the output files generated by chaosreader?

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  • Isn't it just a matter of reading the file(s)? That should be a standard thing for a packet capture program to record. Have you considered Wireshark? It should show you that info. wireshark.org/download.html – Ryan Babchishin Aug 28 '16 at 14:33
  • @RyanBabchishin Yes, but I need a commandline tool which i can automate in a program, and Tshark does not offer export of objects like Wireshark does, and like I mentioned, my primary purpose was to extract HTTP payload. – Jesss Aug 28 '16 at 18:13
  • @RyanBabchishin Do you think it's a good reason to downvote my question - that you don't agree with my choice of the tool or that I couldn't find what I exactly need in the files generated by the tool I am using? – Jesss Aug 28 '16 at 18:14
  • I have no problem with your question and I didn't down vote it. I was trying to help you. It was some other anonymous person... pesky buggers. – Ryan Babchishin Aug 28 '16 at 18:26
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    @RyanBabchishin Oh, my bad! I am so sorry! – Jesss Aug 29 '16 at 3:48

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