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Wireshark

Computer forensics discussion. Please ensure that your post is not better suited to one of the forums below (if it is, please post it there instead!)
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Jimmyy
Newbie
 

Wireshark

Post Posted: Dec 08, 17 21:45

Apologies in advance if i am not posting in the right section, however it is a matter of urgency. I have been set a challenge to 'examine' a pcap file for web page related information, it states one of the webpages captured within the pcap file contains instructions on the next process of the challenge, i have across a bit of a issue as one of the webpages contains a text file that states 'Encoded Url' with the following values :

11688, 11700, 11700, 11696, 11642, 11631, 11631, 11703, 11703, 11703, 11630, 11706, 11685, 11696, 11691, 11695, 11630, 11683, 11695, 11693, 11631, 11629, 11679, 11688, 11689, 11684, 11684, 11685, 11694, 11679, 11686, 11689, 11694, 11681, 11692, 11679, 11696, 11681, 11687, 11685, 11629, 11679, 11631, 11639, 11636, 11640, 11639, 11637, 11639, 11679, 11683, 11695, 11693, 11696, 11692, 11685, 11700, 11685, 11630, 11696, 11688, 11696

Anyone on here who could tell me what these values are representing or possibly point me to the right direction, much appreciated for your comments in advance  
 
  

C.R.S.
Senior Member
 

Re: Wireshark

Post Posted: Dec 09, 17 07:38

Sorry, you probably shouldn't get the job.  
 
  

Jimmyy
Newbie
 

Re: Wireshark

Post Posted: Dec 09, 17 10:45

- C.R.S.
Sorry, you probably shouldn't get the job.
I don't think that response would help but thanks anyway Very Happy  
 
  

RolfGutmann
Senior Member
 

Re: Wireshark

Post Posted: Dec 10, 17 02:05

Posing a question does not allow to blame if a responder is right in his assessment. Its lazy by posing a question only to find a shurtcut for a problem without learning the basics of an application.

Go and do your homework first. And this without sorry.  
 
  

Jimmyy
Newbie
 

Re: Wireshark

Post Posted: Dec 10, 17 10:55

To be honest, I was not looking for a 'shortcut', I was reaching out to individuals who had more experience with wireshark than myself to provide some guidance or tips and not a specific answer  
 
  

C.R.S.
Senior Member
 

Re: Wireshark

Post Posted: Dec 10, 17 13:03

- Jimmyy
To be honest, I was not looking for a 'shortcut', I was reaching out to individuals who had more experience with wireshark than myself to provide some guidance or tips and not a specific answer


That's a nice wording, but you cannot expect an industry forum community to alter someone's recruitment process (like I was accidentally close to do, due to my curiosity and vegetative impulse to solve little riddles without a closer look at the result).

In my Sunday mildness I'd now put it this way: You really can solve this on your own. It is simple, it has nothing to do with Wireshark and weekend isn't over yet.  
 
  

Jimmyy
Newbie
 

Re: Wireshark

Post Posted: Dec 10, 17 23:29

- C.R.S.
- Jimmyy
To be honest, I was not looking for a 'shortcut', I was reaching out to individuals who had more experience with wireshark than myself to provide some guidance or tips and not a specific answer


That's a nice wording, but you cannot expect an industry forum community to alter someone's recruitment process (like I was accidentally close to do, due to my curiosity and vegetative impulse to solve little riddles without a closer look at the result).

In my Sunday mildness I'd now put it this way: You really can solve this on your own. It is simple, it has nothing to do with Wireshark and weekend isn't over yet.


See now we're getting somewhere ! I'm not looking for anyone to 'alter' anything! You mentioned it has nothing to do with wireshark ? But wouldn't I use wireshark to view the contents of the pcap file?  
 

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