In these days I had to download a lot of files from a remote FTP server, the best solution in cases like this one is to login on the remote server and do a zipped archive of all the files (for this use tar -zcvf archivename.tgz /path/to/archive/) , in this way you’ll have to download [...]
In this article we’ll see how apply BPF filters to wireshark to show the details of an HTTP session, an e-mail session and how to monitor who is visiting a certain site from our local network.
Finally I will make a summary of the most useful filters to use with Wireshark.
Here’s another classic example – an HTTP session. As before, start Wireshark and start capturing the traffic from the interface that goes out. Today, most HTTP traffic is compressed to speed up the exchange of information, so by default Wireshark decompresses the body part of HTTP packets. You can click on Edit -> Preferences -> Protocols -> HTTP and verify that “Uncompress entity bodies” is checked.