CloudShark

Category: Releases

Monday, Dec 11, 2017

CloudShark 3.4 - GeoIP maps, custom protocol preferences, and more

It’s the beginning of Winter here, and that means the devs are hard at work building new features into CloudShark to prevent themselves from freezing. The good news is that this has given us CloudShark 3.4, with the ability to see at a glance where in the world packets or malware traffic is coming from (or going to!), tracking bandwidth at the sub-millisecond level, or tweaking protocol decode preferences to fine tune your analysis.

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Monday, Jul 11, 2016

CloudShark 3.0 - Introducing DeepSearch

These are the packets you’re looking for Watch the video. 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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Tuesday, Nov 17, 2015

CloudShark 2.7 - protocol ladder diagrams

Watch the video. CloudShark 2.7 is here, and once again we’re changing the way that web technology can change capture analysis with our “ladder diagrams” - packet visualizations just like SIP call flow diagrams but for ANY protocol and ANY conversation. You can watch the video above or read the full CloudShark 2.7 release notes here.

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Tuesday, Aug 4, 2015

CloudShark 2.6.0 - Auto-Delete, OAuth, and New User Tools

Watch the video. After spending some time in deep meditation, the CloudShark team is ready to bring you CloudShark 2.6.0. Why two-dot-six-dot-zero you ask? We’re switching officially to semantic versioning, which means you can know at a glance the level of changes that we’ve made to CloudShark, which will hopefully make our users more confident that upgrades won’t break all that wonderful, personalized integration you’ve done. That said, we have some exciting great new features to highlight, some of which were made to assist in our rollout of CloudShark Personal Accounts on CloudShark.

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Wednesday, Mar 18, 2015

CloudShark 2.5 - Geolocation, HTTP object forensics, Wireless decryption

Zach gives us an update here: Watch the video. Yes, it’s only been two months, but we had so many great ideas percolating (Yes, percolating. Like coffee.) that we couldn’t hold back any longer. Here’s the new and improved CloudShark 2.5. The endpoints tool A lot of people have asked us to have a tool that is a one-stop shop for the most active participants in a capture, which is useful for security analysis (among other things).

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Monday, Jan 26, 2015

CloudShark 2.4 - Secure Delete, CentOS 7, and Monitoring

Zach gives us an update here: Watch the video. We’ve had our noses to the grindstone for quite some time, but we’re happy to announce that CloudShark 2.4 is here! While we continue to make some behind-the-scenes improvements, this release contains some features that were specifically requested by customers. Secure Delete For the particularly security conscious, we’ve added the secure delete feature to CloudShark 2.4. This is available in the administrators settings, and allows you the option of permanently deleting captures from the disk (a concept also known as “shredding”).

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Tuesday, Dec 2, 2014

CloudShark 2.3 Maintenance Release 2 - Annotations API

We wanted to get another maintenance release out for CloudShark 2.3 before the end of the year, this time adding a new feature to our API. Now you can add, remove, or edit packet annotations from the API, letting you add logging and notation capabilities to your automated tools or scripts that interact with CloudShark. The annotations API method is simple to use. You can both read and set the annotations using HTTP GET and POST methods, respectively, with special URLs.

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Tuesday, Dec 2, 2014

CloudShark 2.3 Maintenance Release 2 - Annotations API

We wanted to get another maintenance release out for CloudShark 2.3 before the end of the year, this time adding a new feature to our API. Now you can add, remove, or edit packet annotations from the API, letting you add logging and notation capabilities to your automated tools or scripts that interact with CloudShark. The annotations API method is simple to use. You can both read and set the annotations using HTTP GET and POST methods, respectively, with special URLs.

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Thursday, Nov 13, 2014

CloudShark 2.3 Maintenance Release 1 is now available

Greetings CloudShark users! We’re happy to say that our first maintenance release of CloudShark 2.3 is ready for you to download and upgrade. In addition to some minor bug fixes, we now have tshark 1.12.2 running behind the scenes, and have made some sweet improvements to the decode window that makes it easier for you to highlight, select, and copy text for use in analysis. If you are a current customer or trial user, you can grab the latest version just by logging into your CloudShark Appliance terminal and running the following command:

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Tuesday, Sep 30, 2014

CloudShark 2.3 - Single Sign-On, User Created API Tokens, and Wireshark 1.12.1

CloudShark 2.3 is here! This release presents some key features that our customers have asked for and again helps lay the groundwork for even more from CloudShark in the future. Read on! Support for single sign-on One of the most common requests we’ve received from CloudShark customers is support for single sign-on authentication. CloudShark 2.3 will come as good news for those out there looking for new Enterprise authentication options with its support for SAML authentication, allowing users to sign in through an external identity provider to reduce the need to have separate login credentials just for CloudShark.

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Wednesday, Jun 4, 2014

CloudShark 2.2 - Bigger Captures, Faster Analysis

CloudShark has come a long way since it began its experimental debut as CloudShark.org nearly 4 years ago. Since then, we’ve added some great features that have enhanced the way people do network analysis by bringing web technology to the world of packets. Our latest release sets the stage for the next phase of web-enhanced capture organization, collaboration, and analysis. CloudShark 2.2 contains some major enhancements to the way we do things “behind the curtain” in CloudShark, drastically increasing speed, supporting more concurrent users, and letting you view captures much larger than before.

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Wednesday, Jul 24, 2013

CloudShark 1.9 - RTP Playback and More

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.

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Wednesday, Feb 13, 2013

CloudShark 1.7: SSL Key Management

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.

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Tuesday, Oct 2, 2012

CloudShark 1.6 Released

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”)

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Tuesday, Jun 19, 2012

CloudShark 1.5 Is Here!

Just in time for SHARKFest ‘12, today we’re releasing CloudShark 1.5. This latest release builds on CloudShark’s already powerful ability to let you collaborate on and securely store network captures, adding additional functionality to our upload API, the ability to further customize your view, and the ability to export graphs as images or pdf. Our biggest new feature is the HTTP Requests Analysis Tool, and we’re pretty excited about it!

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Friday, Oct 28, 2011

CloudShark 1.3 Brings Exciting Packet Analysis Features to the Cloud

QA Cafe has just released CloudShark version 1.3 with several new exciting packet analysis features. Users can now securely access advanced analysis features such as follow stream, protocol conversations, VoIP call flows, protocol hierarchy, and packet colorization right in the web browser. CloudShark’s web based approach allows these new analysis tools to be access from CloudShark’s decode interface or directly using their own URLs. Analysis Feature Gallery [gallery link=“file”]

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Thursday, Aug 4, 2011

CloudShark Appliance Continues to Evolve with Release 1.2

The CloudShark Appliance Continues to Evolve. We’ve been learning many things from our initial customers and working to make CloudShark even better. We really appreciate all the feedback! Still lots of great stuff in the pipeline! We just released version 1.2. Part of this new release includes support for external authentication. This allows CloudShark to work with your existing network directory services such as LDAP or Active Directory. This makes user and group management easier and you don’t have to duplicate or manage users in CloudShark.

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