With this advanced course, you will get deeper insights into the packets and a better understanding of advanced topics such as Time Zones, Timestamps, Following TCP Streams, Checksum, and Name resolutions. After the completion of this course, you will better understanding of packet level concepts which a normal 5+ years of experience network engineer would have accumulated over a period of time.
You are ready to capture, analyze and report any kind of given traffic. You can perform deep inspection of traffic to find out some really interesting information in the packets which you have captured on a given network. You will be able to explain concepts of TCP/IP and OSI model to any person in very detailed fashion. Remember that this course will make your TCP/IP packet level concepts so strong that you will excel in your network security profile.
You will learn about some really advanced topics such as Following TCP Steam, Time Zones, Packet Reassembling, Name resolution and Check Sums. For more details please have a look at our detailed course description.
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Quick Revision on Wireshark Basics
Key Functions for Use Within Wireshark
- Protocols and port filtering
- DHCP communications
- DNS process
- Demonstrating How Credentials Can Be Stolen Over Insecure Networks
When client and server are exchanging files in HTTP and FTP protocol, show how you can recreate the original file from captured packets.
- How to extract images that have been exchanged between client and server?
- How to extract data and login credential when they use FTP Protocol to access data?
TCP Streaming and Flow of TCP Packets
- TCP Stream
- Expert info
- Endpoint TCP Connections
- Cipher Suit
- Follow TCP streams
Analyse VoIP traffic
- Analysing VoIP Traffic
- See flow of traffic
- Playing stream
- How to capture remote traffic?
- Save remote traffic
- Analyse remote traffic
- Remote Capture
Network scanning using Wireshark
- How to find that our network was scanned?
- Type of scanning.
- Nmap scanning
Introduction to Trace Wrangler