Since we’ve launched CloudShark Online Accounts, we wanted to celebrate with a special Thanksgiving capture challenge. While most of us in the U.S. will be enjoying hefty helpings of turkey, mashed potatoes, and squash, a select few will be reveling in the magical wonder that is the “Turducken”.
Never heard of turducken? It’s exactly what it sounds like: a chicken, wrapped in a duck, wrapped in a turkey, filled with stuffing and sausage and baked to perfection.
It’s been quite amazing so far watching CloudShark evolve from the first stages of CloudShark.org to the full fledged Appliance for private networks, and finally our Enterprise edition for IT teams, data centers, and service providers. Over that time, we’ve gotten a lot of requests for a private version of CloudShark for users who do not require group or user management, and can be offered to individuals such as consultants, or small IT teams at a lower price point.
CloudShark 1.9 is here! The big news here is CloudShark’s support for RTP playback of VoIP calls. This is something we’ve been excited about adding to CloudShark for awhile - when looking to add tools to CloudShark, we always make sure they are something that can benefit from the power of web technology and aid our users in collaboration on networking problems.
You can see an example capture with all of our new functionality built in here: https://www.
The CloudShark team is very pleased to announce CloudShark 1.7, our latest release.
First off, we’ve jazzed up the Protocol Hierarchy tool, letting you automatically create a filter by clicking on a protocol in the viewer. This was based on feedback from our users as it was one of their most often used tools for the first step in their analysis.
In addition, we are proud to launch the first ever “Key Management System”, that allows users to decrypt SSL data and perform analysis without ever needing to give them access to the keys in any way.
CloudShark version 1.6 is here!
In addition to the features you know and love from CloudShark, version 1.6 now supports seamless integration with pcapng, allowing you to import packet-level comments and export CloudShark sessions as pcapng files. We’re also using Tshark version 1.8 now on the back-end. Check out our video here on how to use the new pcapng features!
(And don’t forget, send us a capture challenge and if we choose it, you’ll win your own “p cap”)