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  1. Version 1.0.1.3

    1,450 downloads

    Display Http Requests and response by analyzing http packets using winpcap and also recreate by one click the winhttp request to au3 format. Topic
  2. HttpHeaderWatcher v1.0.1.3 Some time ago, some members asked how to see the Http Requests. There are quite a few external applications but not in AutoIt! HttpHeaderWatcher in association with WinPcap, very modestly solves this lack. Once done this http watcher, i asked me : why not Re-build a WinHttp Request in AutoIt from a selected Request in one Click ? So i have added a "Create au3" button who open the WinHttp Request of your choice in AutoIt format in SciTE Editor. Voila voila, hope it can help ! Buttons were made online with chimply.com the
  3. Hi there, a long long time ago... i found the time and need to add again something to the examples forum. I'm currently trying to get better in packet analysing and wrote a proove of concept dhcp protocol analyser. its no where near a completed state but just to give you a hint what can be done with winpcap.udf and fighting against bits/bytes and horrorbly written RFCs (http://www.networksorcery.com/enp/rfc/rfc1533.txt , http://www.networksorcery.com/enp/protocol/bootp/options.htm). YOU WILL NEED THE WinPCap - Packet.dll UDF from here: () #region ;**** Directives created by AutoIt3Wrapper_
  4. Hi, I have worked on a project for a friend and it needed to retreive some data in UDP packets, it was a challenge because I didn't know anything about that packets, and after few days of work I have managed to do what I wanted. The hardest part was to set a very strict filter for the cpu usage and for the script optimisation, so here is one : ;use filters with _PcapStartCapture ;retreive only tcp packets containing AABBCCDD, at the start of 8 and with a length of 4; like the StringMid func. tcp[8:4] == 0xAABBCCDD ;8th byte from the beginning of the tcp DATA, 4bytes length; always include th
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