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How do I search for a string or byte sequence within the scope of the current packet?

asked 23 Aug '13, 15:56

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AFAIK you can't. The search will highlight the search string in the hex pane for the first match in the packet, but a new search will look for the next packet in which the search string appears, not the next occurrence in the same packet.

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answered 24 Aug '13, 01:11

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