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hello i want to find an unencrypted username and password. but i am interested in a real username and password, and not login attempts that failed. and get user name and password.

i can do it with tcp follow stream , but i want do it with filter and command in wireshark. (not manually)

tnx for your help.

asked 19 Apr '13, 09:24

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but i want do it with filter and command in wireshark.

well, then it would be a good idea to tell us the protocol (telnet, http, ftp, etc.) you are interested in

(20 Apr '13, 05:46) Kurt Knochner ♦

all of them.

of course i do it for ftp, but for others i can not do it

(20 Apr '13, 12:01) riyaha

all of them. of course i do it for ftp, but for others i can not do it but i want do it with filter and command in wireshark. (not manually)

with Wireshark you can extract clear text passwords for all of the mentioned protocols, however there is no functionality in Wireshark to do it automatically.

I suggest to search for a 'password sniffer' at google.

Regards
Kurt

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answered 20 Apr '13, 14:18

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