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Hello, I am using version 2.0.0rc1 on OS X.

I am just looking at packets on my own machine (not in monitor mode). I am trying to view HTTP packets but whenever I do a curl command or go to a website they come across as TCP and I can't see the HTTP data, is that expected? I can look at the TCP packets and see that they are HTTP related because they have the HTTP coloring code.

asked 22 Oct '15, 13:48

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This isn't referring to TCP / HTTP packets but its related to this bug:

Downloading the newest RC here will fix it:

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answered 22 Oct '15, 13:56

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edited 22 Oct '15, 13:59

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