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Thursday, Oct 22, 2015

Best practices for using remote capture with CloudShark

CloudShark’s three key features - organizing, analyzing, and collaborating - all have their own ways of making packet capture analysis easier. In particular, organizing captures in a repository that can be tagged, sorted, and tracked can be made even more potent when you use it to centralize captures automatically from a variety of sources. Here’s three things you can do to build a packet capture network that pulls in captures from multiple locations:

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Tuesday, Jun 10, 2014

Uploading to CloudShark using OS X Finder

This week, our own Mike Cross from CloudShark Devops guest blogs on testing web software and how to set up OS X to directly upload to CloudShark: Here in the CloudShark QA Department, we use many open source tools to accelerate our testing process - Capybara, JMeter, and Vagrant are each friends and family to our QA lab. When new product development zooms past the faithful heartbeat of test automation, every QA department in the world needs to fess up - manual testing helps get the job done.

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Thursday, Mar 20, 2014

Capturing packets on android

One advantage of Android over iOS for those of us in the packet industry is the ability to access the network interfaces. The popular Kismet Android PCAP app lets you capture on a USB wireless adapter using an Android device. But did you know that you can also capture directly on Android’s wireless interface? Paired with Kismet’s CloudShark Uploader for Android and you can actually capture, upload, view, and analyze all from your mobile android device.

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CloudShark is made by QA Cafe, a technology company based in Portsmouth, NH. Our passion for packet captures has grown out of our other product CDRouter.

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