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SSL/TLS encryption is done end-to-end, meaning only each end can successfully decrypt the session. The point of it being that Wireshark, or other network capture/sniffing tools, cannot eavesdrop on the data contained. In a LAN or corporate environment, SSL interception looks like this: Client workstations tries to go to https://somesite. Inspection ...


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What I want to ask is even on a secured wifi (which requires some kind of password for authentication), the data still travels from a device to the router; can't that data be sniffed using tools? Yes, if you sniff in monitor mode, but the data will, as noted, be encrypted. let's say I were an authenticated user of such a secured connection and then ...


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Question #3 is much too open ended to answer. For the others, the answer depends on the router model in question and, in function of that, the exact meaning of "admin access". If the router is a Cisco IOS based device and you have privilege level 15 access you can use the regular packet sniffing commands of IOS which would certainly allow you to achieve ...



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