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Complete Wireshark® Crash Course that will help You use the Sniffer #1 in the World in different Real Scenarios!
Dear student, in a short time you'll be able to use Wireshark® - the Sniffer #1 in the World - in many ways!
This Complete Course covers many Sniffing topics and includes a lot of practice:
As I appreciate Your time, my lessons are concise and clear - You'll need only 5 minutes
At the end of this Crash Course You'll be able to capture traffic, export it in different ways, analyze frames, be aware of the varieties of options to perform Man-In-The-Middle attacks and sniff traffic invisibly, detect an active Sniffer, and even hear and analyze VoIP-calls!
You'll like it - let's begin!
How to fast & correctly install Wireshark on Ubuntu (or on any other Debian-based Linux).
This method also works for Raspbian.
Quick overview of the capture process;
Basic operations - start/stop the capturing process, save the capture
Quick overview of Main Menu & more details about the Packet Capture setup
Quick overview of the Toolbars and Panes
Network Conceptions that determine the "borders" of Sniffing
Learn how to mirror traffic by using a Managed Switch
One of still used & popular weak protocols is Telnet.
View how it's easy to see the whole communication including passwords etc.
NIC modes that break the "normal rules"
Where should one place a sniffer
The fastest way to get Kali Linux up and running in the virtual environment
This attack can turn a switch into a hub
DHCP Starvation & DHCP Rogue Server - theory
DHCP Starvation & DHCP Rogue Server - practice
How an attacker can change the websites that a user browses
How to intercept the traffic that is to be encrypted by SSL
SSL Hijacking practice - Simulation: sniffing Facebook test-user credentials
How to capture only the interesting traffic. Theory and practice.
Capture Filters cheat sheet - it will help you create the right Capture Filter in Wireshark
How to display only the interesting traffic. Theory and practice.
Display Filters cheat sheet - it will help you create the right Display Filter in Wireshark
Regular Expressions cheat sheet - it will help you find the specified string using Display Filters
How to export data as the specified packets
How to export data as the packet dissections, specified bytes and SSL keys
Learn how to reassemble the files from HTTP and FTP
Traffic samples that can help you e.g. to learn protocols etc.
Name Resolution in Wireshark - MAC addresses & Transport protocol ports
Name Resolution on L3
Customize the coloring rules
Useful hints that can indicate the potential network problems
One of the cool Wireshark features that allows you to instantly create additional Firewall rules
How to view traffic statistics
Practice one of the often used "classical" detection methods &
Learn how to effectively detect a sniffer
Hot to carry out a remote secure capture with GUI
Decrypt Wireless traffic using built-in Wireshark features
I am a Senior Network Engineer, an Information Security Specialist (KFU), CCNP- and CCNA-certified and I also hold some Microsoft certifications.
Working for several years in IT, I have realized that networking is my passion.
Networking is all about connecting people, and I would like to share my knowledge with you to create my new own network.
I speak English, German, Russian, Polish and can understand a lot of other languages, which helps me consider the issues from all sides more quickly.
In my life I have been acting as a student, as a trainer, and as a specialist in the production environment. The skills which I obtained help me make the material clear for everyone.
My style is to be concise to save your time and always to be to the point.
If you want to get a lot of things in no time, please play my preview lessons and you'll see that I'm your guy!
Let's get started!
Senior Network Engineer,
CCNP-certified (Cisco Certified Network Professional),
CCNA-certified (Cisco Certified Network Associate),
MCSA-certified (Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate WS2008).