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I have a raspberry pi 3 with kali linux installed and wireshark connected to the same network with a windows 10 laptop running a web page that requires a user name - password login. I am running the web page with google chrome. i don't seem to get any kind of http packets when every log in to the web page. both of the computers are connected to the same router with cables.

asked 18 Jul '16, 13:01

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edited 18 Jul '16, 16:12

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both of the computers are connected to the same router with cables.

Unless they are connected to the same hub with cables, you cannot capture one computer's traffic using another computer (except the traffic they exchange with each other, which is not your case).

See Wireshark Wiki on capture setup for more detailed information.

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answered 18 Jul '16, 14:41

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