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so heres my problem i have two login times taken from packets i catched :

1154825264125 = taken at 3:07 and

1154909297140 = taken at 3:08, when i minus them and divide them by 1000 it came out as 68~ sec as it should be

so time stamps should be in milliseconds, but i cant figure how its genrated. any and all help would be welcome 8)

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so heres my problem i have two login times taken from packets i catched :

1154825264125 = taken at 3:07 and

1154909297140 = taken at 3:08, when i minus them and divide them by 1000 it came out as 68~ sec as it should be

so time stamps should be in milliseconds, but i cant figure how its genrated. any and all help would be welcome 8)

the timestamps you describe are defined like this: "the number of seconds since EPOCH (1970/01/01 00:00:00)". Obviously the milliseconds are also added in your example.

Cheers

Kurt


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the timestamps you describe are defined like this: "the number of seconds since EPOCH (1970/01/01 00:00:00)". Obviously the milliseconds are also added in your example.

Cheers

Kurt

I was trying to find that lmao... nice

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