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Hi everyone,

I'm able to correctly decrypt the TLS traffic from one server by specifying the command option:

-o ssl.keys_list:192.168.10.1,1200,tpkt,"server-key1.pem"

Now I need to simultaneously decrypt also the communication with another server. I made a few tries, but I can't guess the correct syntax for doing this. Using:

-o ssl.keys_list:192.168.10.1,1200,tpkt,"server-key1.pem" -o ssl.keys_list:192.168.10.2,1200,tpkt,"server-key2.pem"

the second command option overwrite the first one, so I'm able to decrypt only the traffic from the second server.

Does anyone knows the right syntax?

asked 11 Nov '15, 03:45

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edited 11 Nov '15, 03:46


Solution found!

-o "ssl.keys_list:192.168.10.1,1200,tpkt,server-key1.pem;192.168.10.2,1200,tpkt,server-key2.pem"
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answered 11 Nov '15, 04:09

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edited 11 Nov '15, 04:22

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