Wireshark.org - 51.7 MB ( Open Source)
Wireshark helps network administrators to solve protocol issues by diagnosing the problems in the software protocols.
Wireshark is a famous network analysis or packet sniffer tool protocols.
Wireshark examine data from a live network, and can also take a snapshot of the various communications that work on it at another time. Wireshark proposes to see the "dissector tables" directly from the main window. The application can export objects to SMB screen or display the compiled BPF code for capture filters. Finally, Wireshark supports a variety of protocols such as ADwin, Apache Etch, JSON, reload or Wi-Fi P2P (Wi-Fi Direct).
The interface is quite austere, hides an extremely powerful that only experts can use software correctly.
This software is essential for any network administrator to diagnose problems in the software protocols.
The following vulnerabilities have been fixed:
BGP dissector large loop.
ISMP dissector crash.
Multiple dissectors could crash.
ASN.1 BER dissector crash.
MMSE dissector infinite loop.
DICOM dissector crash.
Bazaar dissector infinite loop.
HTTP2 dissector crash.
CoAP dissector crash.
The following bugs have been fixed:
ISMP.EDP "Tuples" dissected incorrectly.
Wireshark - Race issue when switching between files using Wiresharks "Files in Set" dialog.
Sorting on "Source port" or "Destination port" column sorts alphabetically, not numerically.
Wireshark crashes when changing profiles.
Crash when starting capture while saving capture file or rescanning file after display filter change.
Crash when switching to TRANSUM enabled profile.
TCP retransmission with additional payload leads to incorrect bytes and length in stream.
Wireshark crashes with single quote string display filter.
Randpkt can write packets that libwiretap cant read.
Wireshark crashes when loading new file before previous load has finished.
Valid packet produces Malformed Packet: OpcUa.
Error received from dissect_wccp2_hash_assignment_info().
CRC checker wrong for FPP.
Cross-build broken due to make-dissectors and make-taps.
Extraction of SMB file results in wrong size.
6LoWPAN dissector merges fragments from different sources.
IP address to name resolution doesnt work in TShark.
"Decode as" Modbus RTU over USB doesnt work with 2.6.0 but with 2.4.6.
Proto_tree_add_protocol_format might leak memory.
Tostring for NSTime objects in lua gives wrong results.
Media type "application/octet-stream" registered for both Thread and UASIP.
Crash related to SCTP tap.
Formatting of OSI area addresses/address prefixes goes past the end of the area address/address prefix.
ICMPv6 Router Renumbering - Packet Dissector - malformed.
WiMAX HARQ MAP decoder segfaults when length is too short.
HTTP PUT request following a HEAD request is not correctly decoded.
SYNC PDU type 3 miss the last PDU length.
Reversed 128 bits service UUIDs when Bluetooth Low Energy advertisement data are dissected.
Issues with Wireshark when the user doesnt have permission to capture.
Wrong description when LE Bluetooth Device Address type is dissected.
LE Role advertisement type (0x1c) is not dissected properly according to the Bluetooth specification.
Regression: Wireshark 2.6.0 and 2.6.1 are unable to read NetMon files which were readable by previous versions.
Wireshark doesnt properly display (deliberately) invalid 220 responses from Postfix.
Follow TCP Stream and click reassembled content moves you to incorrect current packet.
Crash when changing profiles while loading a capture file.
Duplicate PDU during C Arrays Output Export.
DCE/RPC not dissected when "reserved for use by implementations" flag bits set.
Follow TCP Stream truncates output on missing (but ACKed) segments.
Theres no option to include column headings when printing packets or exporting packet dissections with Qt Wireshark.
Qt: SCTP Graph Dialog: Abort when doing analysis.
CMake is unable to find LUA libraries.
Updated Protocol Support:
6LoWPAN, ASN.1 BER, Bazaar, BGP, Bluetooth, Bluetooth HCI_CMD, CIGI, Cisco ttag, CoAP, Data, DCERPC, Diameter 3GPP, DICOM, DOCSIS, FPP, GSM A GM, GTPv2, HTTP, HTTP2, IAX2, ICMPv6, IEEE 1722, IEEE 802.11, IPv4, ISMP, LISP, MMSE, MTP3, MySQL, NFS, OpcUa, PPI GPS, Q.931, RNSAP, RPCoRDMA, S1AP, SCTP, SMB, SMTP, STUN, SYNC, T.30, TCP, TRANSUM, WAP, WCCP, Wi-SUN, WiMax HARQ Map Message, and WSP.