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Messing Around with IPv6 Temporary Addresses in Windows

Yesterday I wanted to mess around with IPv6 Temporary addresses on my computer. Let me start with an overview of IPv6 Temporary addresses. IPv6 Temporary Addresses are a feature designed to enhance privacy for devices using the IPv6 protocol. In the IPv6 addressing scheme, devices typically have both a permanent (static) address and one or …

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Find and Display All Your Wi-Fi Passwords in Windows

If you have been to one of my Wireshark or Wi-Fi classes then you know I often criticize Microsoft Windows for some of its – well – inexplicable approaches to usage and security.  Here is yet another example.  Let’s say someone has a Rubber Ducky, or some Arduino device, that they want to plug into …

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How to Decrypt HTTPS on Windows in Wireshark

Check out these great references as well:  Our custom profiles repository for Wireshark  Our Udemy course on Wireshark   Our Udemy course on Wireless Packet capture Whenever your web browser connects to a web server using HTTPS, a secure connection is established, keys are exchanged, and the traffic is encrypted.  We won’t spend any time in …

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Packet Capture in Windows using pktmon.exe

Microsoft has added a packet sniffing/packet capture tool in the latest Windows 10 update.  We have previously discussed using the ‘netsh’ command to do packet capture in Windows (see my article here). The pktmon tool is new.  What does this mean?  Is it better than netsh?  Does it integrate with Wireshark? Well, it means you …

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