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can you figure out the username and password looking at captured packet below. download file telnet-cooked.pcap (9kb) from http://wiki.wireshark.org/SampleCaptures?action=AttachFile&do=view&target=telnet-cooked.pcap and open it with wireshark and determine the username and password that was used to log in. also state which packet no. thank you

asked 04 Feb '11, 15:09

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edited 04 Feb '11, 16:34

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Username is fake -- frame 31

Password is user -- frame 38

It is easiest just to right click an "follow tcp stream".

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answered 04 Feb '11, 16:26

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