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Tagged: Mac Osx

Tuesday, May 29, 2018

What are some easy to use packet capture tools?

A common question we get other than where to find example packet captures is which packet capture tools exist that are either free, work in a command line, work directly with CloudShark, or all of the above. Here’s a list of our go-to capture tools (other than Wireshark of course) and the different scenarios in which they can be used. tshark About ring buffers CloudShark is made to work with capture files directly.

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Monday, Feb 29, 2016

Wireless Analysis with CloudShark and Airtool

Watch the video. Sometimes when analyzing problems in Wifi networks you need to go straight to the packets. What tools are there to do Wifi capture? What should you look for in your packets? Watch one of our premier integrators, Airtool’s Adrian Granados, as he shows you: Installing and configuring the Airtool wireless tool for OSX Capturing and uploading to CloudShark Wifi packet analysis tools in CloudShark And more!

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Wednesday, Aug 5, 2015

Airtool CloudShark Integration

Watch the video. We absolutely love the community that CloudShark and the CloudShark API has created. Adding to our list of integrators is Adrian Granados creator of the free Wifi tool for Mac called Airtool. Airtool is a free Mac OS X menu bar application that lets you check and configure wireless settings. It also performs captures across one or more Wi-Fi channels. In his version of Airtool 1.2, Adrian has been kind enough to add CloudShark as a target destination for captured packets.

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Tuesday, Jun 10, 2014

Uploading to CloudShark using OS X Finder

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. One of the most useful ways of testing future versions of CloudShark is also a way to get some extra testing for free: the robust CloudShark API allows for hands-free manipulation of CloudShark packet capture assets.

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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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