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For each PCAP file, a list file was released with labels for TCP and UDP sessions found in the raw traffic. Wireshark and tshark are able to both parse and output PCAPNG traffic captures by default, and libpcap and tcpdump can parse PCAPNG captures[77, 91].
The pcapng format is described e.g here, but if you are interested in access to more than timestamps and raw packet bytes, you should use tshark which dissects the packets like Wireshark does. sindy ( 2019-02-07 10:13:35 +0000 ) edit
Hello, I'm looking to build a Pcapng parser. As such I need to programatically determine how large the Section Header Block, and in essence, reverse engineer my parser from raw data. Pcap files were easy, the general header was 24 bytes at the beginning of each file, and the file header was 16 bytes, that's it. It seems that, after reading the 40 page whitepaper
[SmP] – Decode pcap: This is run after you have indexed a pcap file, it will extract all the TCP/UDP streams, IPv4 Addresses, DNS requests, HTTP requests etc Secondly, time stamps are saved to the 2018 · Use PyShark and