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Tuesday, Aug 7, 2018

Sharing Packet Capture Collections on CloudShark Online

Users of CloudShark Online can take captures they’ve uploaded and put them together in “collections”. Collections are great for matching up multiple captures that all have to do with the same topic or problem, and is ideal for educators and bloggers looking to use CloudShark captures in their classes and content. Better context makes for better analysis Like everything we build into CloudShark, we’re always surprised by new ways that people are using it.

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Tuesday, Jun 5, 2018

Using filters for navigation and sharing

CloudShark’s display filters are 100% compatible with the Wireshark filters used in packet analysis. With CloudShark, they present a new opportunity for use when sharing your captures with colleagues in order to both present the view you are looking at, or to help navigate to a section of the capture you want them to see. Here’s some tricks we use when getting around town in CloudShark. Filter based on capture content If you know there’s something in the capture you’re looking for immediately, and you want others to see what you’re thinking, you can use the filter ‘frame contains’ to search for a literal string that exists in the capture.

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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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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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