Posts Tagged With ‘Network Forensics’

  1. PCAP Split and Merge

    Sometimes it also happens during network troubleshooting engagements, but it is also common for analysis jobs regarding network forensics: dealing with huge number of packets, sometimes millions or more. Two typical situations may have you scratch your head: either you have one huge file containing all packets at once, or you have a ton of […]

  2. Network Forensics Playbook – Banner Inspection and Client Origin

    I recently did a hands-on-no-slides presentation at a very small security conference end of last year where I demoed some of the typical things I do when performing a network forensics analysis, using tshark, Wireshark and TraceWrangler. I’ll use these blog posts as a transcript of what I did, so that it’s easy to read […]