Wireshark Analyzer v3.4.2 released: open-source network protocol analyzer
Wireshark Analyzer is a fantastic multi-platform open-source network protocol analyzer. It can be used to check the analysis of data from the network host to survive, but also look to capture files from the disk. You can interactively browse the capture data, just capture details of the package, you need to analyze. Wireshark has some powerful features, including the ability to rich display filter language and view the reconstructed stream of a TCP session. It also supports hundreds of protocols and media types. It includes a similar tcpdump named tshark the console version. Note that Wireshark emergence of a few dozens of remotely exploitable vulnerabilities, and thus needs to be updated to the latest version, and do not run in an insecure network environment.
The following vulnerabilities have been fixed:
The following bugs have been fixed:
New and Updated Features
- IETF QUIC TLS decryption errors when packets are coalesced with random data Bug 16914.
- QUIC: missing dissection of some coalesced SH packets Bug 17011.
- macos-setup.sh can’t find SDK on macOS Big Sur, as it went to 11 Bug 17043.
- Mapping endpoints in browser ⇒ Map file error Bug 17074.
- Wireshark 3.4.1 hangs on startup on macOS Big Sur 11.0.1 Bug 17075.
- False expect error seen on FCoE frames (not seen with older release wireshark 1.2.18) Bug 17084.
- Several libraries missing in 3.4.1 and 3.2.9 installers for macOS Bug 17086.
Updated Protocol Support
DOCSIS, FC-dNS, FC-SWILS, FCoE, QUIC, SNMP, and USBHID