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I was wondering if there was a program in which I could redisplay webcontent that was captured through something like wireshark. I remember using something like this years ago but ...
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    Viewing images from sniffed packets


    I was wondering if there was a program in which I could redisplay webcontent that was captured through something like wireshark. I remember using something like this years ago but I cannot remember the application. The only thing that I can find that does do this is HTTPScoop, but it's for OS X and isn't free.

    There's a demonstration of HTTPScoop on the linked page, and that's basically a program that I need. I wasn't sure which section to put this in.

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    If all you want to do is view the images captured over a wireless network, a fun little program to use is 'driftnet'. It can be found here: Driftnet It doesn't allow you to actually view the packets, but it does a good job of just displaying the images it finds. It makes for an excellent little demo before a talk on wireless security...

    Have fun.

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    Yeah, I found driftnet, but I am of course one of the many that could not figure out how to compile it.

    Is that the only one?

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