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tcpdump watch headers of outgoing http request

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Does anybody know how to use tcpdump to watch the headers of an outgoing http request to a specific IP?
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Sure; what is it you are trying to parse exactly; typically, the cli command would be:


tcpdump -A -s 1492 dst port 80 -vvv

Of course there are many other ways of getting the data you need, but if you could explain what it is you are wanting to do, then possible we could assist.

Billy
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I want to peek at what http get/post parameters are being passed in the http header to a specific IP address
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