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It is a free [[sniffer|packet sniffer]] computer application employed for network troubleshooting, analysis, software and communications protocol development, and education. It is software which understands the structure of different [[Network Protocols|networking protocols]]. Wireshark utilizes [[Winpcap|pcap]] to capture packets; therefore it can only capture the packets on the networks supported by pcap. Using Wireshark, data can be captured "from the wire" from a live network connection or read from a file that records the already-captured packets. Wireshark runs on ''UNIX'' and Unix-like systems and on ''Microsoft Windows''.
 
It is a free [[sniffer|packet sniffer]] computer application employed for network troubleshooting, analysis, software and communications protocol development, and education. It is software which understands the structure of different [[Network Protocols|networking protocols]]. Wireshark utilizes [[Winpcap|pcap]] to capture packets; therefore it can only capture the packets on the networks supported by pcap. Using Wireshark, data can be captured "from the wire" from a live network connection or read from a file that records the already-captured packets. Wireshark runs on ''UNIX'' and Unix-like systems and on ''Microsoft Windows''.
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