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Interpreting wireshark data

By Dhamonn ·
Hi everyone, I was asked by our HR department to monitor a specific users internet usage. This is what i have done so far. I have mirrored the port on my main router that all internet traffic passes through and have set up a wireshark machine on the mirrored port. I am currently capturing all traffic from the specific users IP. Where i am stuck is actually making something out of this data. Are there any tools out there that can interpret this for me? I am looking for a list of sites and the time spent on each one.

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WireShark is a great tool, but.....you need CACE or Effetech HTTP sniffer

by robo_dev In reply to Interpreting wireshark da ...

The tool listed below is what you need:
www.effetech.com/sniffer/

Their HTTP sniffer will reassemble web pages and even rebuild files uploaded/downloaded.

Add on for WireShark:
Cace Pilot
http://www.cacetech.com/products/cace_pilot.html

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Great

by Wizard-09 In reply to WireShark is a great tool ...

Tool robo, thanks for the info if i could give you a thumb i would :)

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You're welcome...

by robo_dev In reply to Great
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mistake...

by heorot245 In reply to Interpreting wireshark da ...

mistake...

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