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I want to do print out all the javascripts (for then going over malicious ones). This can be achieved through printing the http.response however I am afraid this will be highly impractical (so many HTTP responses). Is there any trick/ quick way of doing it?

asked 27 Jun '16, 03:45

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First, try to isolate the responses of interest, perhaps with a Wireshark display filter of: http.content_type == "application/javascript"?

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answered 18 Jul '16, 10:15

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