CloudShark

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Tuesday, Dec 15, 2015

Merging and splitting captures in CloudShark

Watch the video. Export captures to a new session based on filter rules Merge captures from multiple sources or times into a single capture Join Our Webinar on 01.06.2016 When we first made CloudShark, we stuck to making the best and easiet to use packet capture analysis tool out there. As we made more and more improvements to CloudShark and its host of analysis tools, we’ve gotten many requests for the ability to manipulate the captures themselves - whether it be splitting them into smaller, more manageable sizes or performing a capture merge that can put two sets of packet data in order and remove duplicates.

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Tuesday, Aug 18, 2015

CloudShark 2.6.1 Patch Release

After the flurry of activity surrounding the new features in CloudShark 2.6.0, we’ve issued our first patch release, CloudShark 2.6.1. In it you’ll find: Support for searching by SHA1 checksum Every pcap file has a checksum that ensures the data integrity of the file. For some CloudShark users, tracking this helps them organize their capture files in a way that correlates with a unique identifier that simple file names can’t always provide.

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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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Monday, Jul 27, 2015

Introducing CloudShark Personal Accounts

Watch the video. Five years ago, we here at QA Cafe launched cloudshark.org, a free online tool for performing packet analysis in your browser and sharing captures with colleagues, blogs, or in online discussion forums. Shortly afterwards, we launched the CloudShark Enterprise; a fully functional version of CloudShark for private networks covering a whole host of different uses - including enterprise and government IT, security firms, communications, and SaaS.

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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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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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