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Does Wireshark support decryption of the following algorithms?

  • AUTH_HMAC_SHA2_384_192
  • AUTH_HMAC_SHA2_512_256
  • AUTH_AES_GMAC_128
  • AUTH_AES_GMAC_192
  • AUTH_AES_GMAC_256
  • AUTH_AES_XCBC_MAC_96

  • ENC_AES_CBC_192

  • ENC_AES_CBC_256
  • ENC_AES_GCM_128
  • ENC_AES_GCM_256

asked 29 Sep '16, 05:13

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edited 29 Sep '16, 10:54

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AUTH_* sounds like algorithms for authentication, these are strictly not necessary for decryption support. These seem supported though based on a look in the source code.

AES-CBC suites have been supported for a while (since at least Wireshark 2.0). AES-GCM suites are only supported in the latest development version (v2.3.0rc0-370-gd2ee571, it will end up in the stable 2.4 series in the future).

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answered 29 Sep '16, 11:02

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