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alt textHello Everyone, I have been trying to find the first part of an email address in a wireshark capture. Finding the packet was easy, as I knew from looking through all the http packets that it ended in However, once I looked at the login email, it was encrypted (no surprise there, if it wasn't that'd be a problem). Is there any way I can decrypt this email address and find out what it is without knowing the key? Or is there something else that I'm missing here? Thanks in advance!

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asked 01 Feb '16, 20:12

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