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Hello I have captured a file using wireshark on windows. I have run a listener on that captured file and i use pinfo.abs_ts the time stamp i got is 1367758370.5337 1367758370.5337
1367758370.5344
1367758370.5344
1367758370.5347
1367758370.5347
1367758370.5416
1367758370.5417
1367758370.542
1367758370.542
1367758370.5429
1367758370.543
if any one could tell the meaning of those time stamps forma and how to convert it, note that i care to know the milliseconds and seconds Thank you

asked 06 May '13, 09:40

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The absolute timestamp is a unix time stamp, which counts the seconds since Jan 1st 1970 0:00. So 1367758370.5344 corresponds to:

05 / 05 / 13 @ 7:52:50.5344 am EST
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answered 06 May '13, 09:52

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thank you a lot

(06 May '13, 09:54) Ashraf
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