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Search at Payload when Using Wireshark

Posted on 2011-02-23
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USing Wireshark and need to look at the TCP PAYLOAD
What is the syntax that I need to add search the TCP
payload ?

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In the filter box you can put:

     frame contains "sometext"
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The answer was to collect the data and the click on Edit - Find Packet.

Then select String and enter the data you need to search for in the data payload.
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Well actlually my solution works also, I use it a lot.
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The solution that we identified accurately resolved the issue.
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