Course curriculum

  • 1
    Welcome to Wireshark! What is it, why should you learn it, and networking basics.
  • 2
    Getting Started with Wireshark. How to set it up, install, and the interface.
    • Wireshark installation and setup (Linux environment)
    • Wireshark interface
    • Deeper into the wireshark interface
  • 3
    Key functions for use within Wireshark.
    • Protocol filters
    • Demonstrating how credentials can be stolen over insecure networks
    • IP and port filtering
    • HTTP packet analysis
  • 4
    Firewalls and Unauthorized Traffic with Wireshark.
    • Wireshark and Linux firewall interaction
    • Demonstration of detecting unauthorized traffic
  • 5
    Introduction to Wireshark Command Line Interface and Tshark.
    • Wireshark command line interface overview
    • Wireshark CLI first usage introduction
    • TShark file output
    • Tshark timer limits
    • Tshark splitting output files
    • Difference between display and capture filters in CLI
    • Field separation
  • 6
    Network card modes - motioning and remote capture.
    • Network card modes walk through
    • How to enable monitor mode
    • Deeper into enabling monitor mode
    • Capturing remote traffic
    • Decrypting remote wireless traffic
  • 7
    Tshark output formatting.
    • Formatting output to a csv file
    • Exporting packet contents
  • 8
    Wireshark and nmap interaction.
    • Wireshark and Nmap interaction introduction
    • Deeper into the Wireshark and Nmap interaction
  • 9
    Tunneling Wireshark traffic online.
    • SSH tunneling to Wireshark introduction
    • SSH tunneling to Wireshark second step
    • More about SSH tunneling to Wireshark
    • Finishing SSH tunneling to Wireshark

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