While we wait for Magnus Karlsen to make his first move (E4?), here’s a solution walk-through of the second Packet Capture Analysis challenge.
Spoilers ahead 🙂
The Sharkminator returns.
Round two of #Wiresharklympics is here! Having survived round one, you know the drill. The tiny specs of data that allow services like Facebook and the Internet to work will be put under heavy scrutiny.
Wireshark has reached a stable release of 2.2.1 and is eagerly awaiting new challenges.
On September 1st the Norwegian Juniper Elite partner nLogic AS hosted an event called “Ansible i praksis“, entirely focused on network automation using Ansible. Lots of interesting presentations and discussions from the Norwegian automation scene. A whole day of Juniper, automation and Ansible! Does it get any better?
I had the pleasure of leading a technical workshop at the end of the event where the attendees were challenged with common operations tasks worthy of automating.
A fun experience and all-in-all a great day!
It’s time for a walk-through of how to solve the first Packet Analysis Challenge.
Happy to see that there are plenty of fine Wireshark warriors out there! Hope you had some fun 👍
Vacation’s over. Your networks have been underutilized for a good long month now. Time to get back to the trenches. Why not start things off with a proper packet analysis challenge? At least fire up Wireshark to see if there’s an auto-update waiting for you?