Sniffing — Wireshark

Navigate and fill in the User ID and Password fields.

Start Wireshark and click Login on Filter for “http” protocol results

Click on the destination Check the description under Packet Details Pane by clicking HTML Form URL Encoded or Hypertext Transfer Protocol — search for userid and password.

On the “Host” row / line, please confirm that the IP we selected above is belongs to the


Alternatively, we can use “http.request.method == “POST” as the filter to show only POST methods under Packet List Pane.




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