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how can i sniff chat through ip messanger in LAN connection?? i tried "msnms" commnand for this result but packets are not found. so tell me some proper suggestion..


asked 09 Sep '13, 00:21

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edited 09 Sep '13, 01:46

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Simply put just filter for the corresponding TCP or UDP ports that belong to your chat applications protocol. Inside those conversations, the chat messages are found although most commonly encrypted.

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answered 09 Sep '13, 01:25

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thanx i will try brother..

(09 Sep '13, 04:25) john6

if u done that chat snifing then plz send me some screenshot or steps on "[email protected]".. plz help me dear..


(09 Sep '13, 04:33) john6

That won't happen ! Sorry, this is a Q&A site related to wireshark problems. If you have a specific question about your packet trace or it's output feel free to provide detailed further questions.

(09 Sep '13, 04:58) Landi

Hai this is shaik..Is there any possibility to capture http instead of http2

(24 Mar '17, 22:24) shaik
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