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Hi guys After sniffing for 10 minutes, I have stopped the process and when I enter ths ---> http.cookie contains “datr” in the Filter box for search it says ” http.cookie contains “datr” isn’t a valid display filter: ” ” was unexpected in this context. ”

I want to use Wireshark for Facebook

Why is it wrong?? please reply me quickly

Thx in advance

asked 28 Sep '13, 09:56

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edited 28 Sep '13, 11:01

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What version of Wireshark and what OS? The filter works (or at least doesn't give an error) for me with Wireshark 1.10.2 on Windows 8.1

(28 Sep '13, 10:58) grahamb ♦

Possibly you have an odd type of double quotes in the filter box. Just try the plain text http.cookie contains datr

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answered 28 Sep '13, 11:03

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not working it doesnot show the packets after creating the filter http.cookie contains datr

(14 May '14, 02:10) Lucky Masram
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