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Wireshark and winpcap on Win 10


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#1 dannyboy950

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Posted 21 September 2015 - 12:07 PM

I was at wirshark.org looking at getting it but since this pc of mine has limited resources I am not shure if or how well it would run on here.

 

While there I noticed that it has only been tested with win8. Has anyone tried it on 10 yet and your observations?

Developement seems to have slowed over the last couple of years while they merged with Riverbed Technologies.  They have some nice toys even one that will run off a usb thumbdrive a bit $$$$

 

At $698 @ a little to much for my blood. LOL

 

Since I am a little chicken I thought I would ask.

 

I am familiar with Ethereal and win Pcap on a wired network hopefully they won't be too different.


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Posted 21 September 2015 - 12:32 PM

Not sure why it wouldn't run on 10 just fine. It's not like it's a virus, download it and see. If you don't like the way it performs uninstall it.


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