This video demonstrates how an HTTP sniffer works as a network traffic evidence acquisition tool.
- [Instructor] Let's check out Fiddler, … I have it running here. … It shows all the http, or it's encrypted version, … https connections on my local host. … In my Chrome web browser, let's open … the LinkedIn.com start page. … Let's go back to Fiddler, … check out all the http and https connections … the LinkedIn website just created. … They are a few here. … Definitely there's a lot going on here. … To inspect a specific connection, … simply choose it like this. … You can check out the http header information … by clicking on the Inspectors tab. … In http, GET is used to receive data from a server. … The photo icon here indicates that there … is an image being exchanged. … Let's check it out. … Click on the ImageView tab. … There's an image from the LinkedIn start page right there. … There are some powerful features … to note here, such as Replay, … which means sending an http request … or response again, after the fact. … You can also pause your session … and insert your own data into the request or response. …
- Goals of network forensics
- Using a syslog and Microsoft Log Parser
- Investigating network traffic
- How protocol analysis works
- ARP and DNS poisoning
- Working with network forensics tools
- Using packet sniffers
Skill Level Intermediate
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Insights from a Cybersecurity Professionalwith Mike Chapple32m 15s Intermediate
What you should know2m 11s
1. Understanding Network Forensics
2. Preparing for a Network Forensics Investigation
3. Investigating Network Events
4. Investigating Network Traffic
5. Network Forensics Tools
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