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I have found the way to find the Telegram packets within the captured packets Since there is a server in between the two parties of the communications; credits go to Bob Brown too. So after having my friend to help me we found the Telegram server's IP that my laptop communicates with to forward the messages to the other party.And we could filter out all ...


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Before you start the capture, click 'Capture Options'. In the Capture Filter field, enter: host <mobile phone IP> This will make wireshark only capture packets sourced from or destined to the mobile phone. If you still get nothing, make sure cellular data is disabled on the phone. You'll want to make sure you're actually sending traffic on the ...


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I'm not really clear about your setup. At one point you seem to say that the laptop is serving as a wireless AP, and in another place it seems like there's a separate AP. Run Telegram between the PC and the phone and run Wireshark on the PC. In normal use, your wireless AP is not going to repeat traffic destined for other devices to the PC you're using to ...


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Attach strace to the process (and it's children). Input/output will be logged there after decryption, yielding the password. In my experience this sort of thing works more reliably than mucking about with the log levels of sshd (but of course YMMV). write(5, "\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\1\0\0\0\nPassword: \0\0"..., 34) = 34 read(5, "\0\0\0\r", 4) ...


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Although https (SSL/TLS) is a security layer you really want to use wherever and whenever possible, it is not always available, such as with a lot of chat services. If you enable proper wifi security settings (WPA2) with (one) password that is known to everyone who needs access to the network, each client (and each session) gets its own unique encryption ...


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Your friend is likely using a network packets capture tool like wireshark or tcpdump to collect data that are transferred from and to your machine. At least to make it hard to your friend you have to use services or websites that offer data encryption which is commonly implemented using TLS, for instance when you are browsing a website make sure the website ...


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In a WiFi network, all information which is sent over the network is broadcasted over the air. Usually network interfaces are configured to just ignore any network traffic not addressed to them, but there are tools available which change them to "promiscuous mode" which allows them to also log and show any traffic which they receive even though it is ...


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WLCTL (Web Listener Control) Utility is a UNIX utility, so I would recommend getting some sort of terminal emulator app and run the command "top" or "htop" to display the running processes, once you sort through the necessary normal processes and isolate the one that is sending out these packets, you can run the command "pidof [process name] " without the ...



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