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Thursday, Jul 21, 2016

Searching your captures with CloudShark DeepSearch (Webinar)

Join our webinar on Tuesday, August 2nd, at 11:00 EDT New in CloudShark 3.0, DeepSearch lets you get more out of your capture archive by finding packets that match standard Wireshark filters. Then use CloudShark’s web-based analysis to drill-down, share, and resolve. It’s that easy. Join the CloudShark team as we show you: Selecting captures to DeepSearch Several DeepSearch use cases Re-using previously used filters And more! This is part of our ongoing CloudShark webinar series.

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Monday, Jul 11, 2016

CloudShark 3.0 - Introducing DeepSearch

These are the packets you’re looking for New In CloudShark 3.0, DeepSearch lets you get more out of your capture archive by finding packets that match standard Wireshark filters. Select captures, run a DeepSearch, and CloudShark will identify the captures containing those packets. Then use CloudShark’s web-based analysis to drill-down, share, and resolve. It’s that easy. Features Look inside your captures without pouring over packets Use standard Wireshark display filters across multiple captures Easily drill-down to find security events and application problems Sign up for a hosted account or install a local CloudShark Enterprise server and let CloudShark DeepSearch take over the hard work of looking through your packets.

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Friday, Apr 8, 2016

Using the CloudShark API (Webinar)

A CloudShark Online account or your own instance of CloudShark Enterprise comes with full access to our API, letting you upload captures, search your repository, and more using your own tools and scripts. Join the CloudShark team as we show you: How to find and create API tokens and API permissions Using upload, search, and other API functions Using the API to build remote capture uploads in Raspberry Pi And more!

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Thursday, Mar 31, 2016

Building a network capture probe with Raspberry Pi

We were pretty excited when the developers at OpenWRT decided to build packet capture and CloudShark upload support into the popular open source software for broadband routers. It got us thinking - what are some other ways you could build a useful network probe? It turns out one of our other users decided to take the leap into building such capability using a Raspberry Pi. The great news is you can do it easily by installing tshark on your system and running a simple script from one of our developers, Tom.

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Thursday, Mar 10, 2016

Using filters for navigation and sharing

We all know that Wireshark filters can be used to help you in your analysis and narrow down what you are looking for. But, with CloudShark, they present a new opportunity for use when sharing your captures with colleagues in order to both present the view you are looking at, or to help navigate to a section of the capture you want them to see. Here’s three tricks we use when getting around town in CloudShark.

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