PCAP 33

This exercise is one of our challenges to help you learn how to analyze PCAP files

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In this challenge, you are provided with a PCAP file containing a TLS connection, which is encrypted using a cipher suite that supports Forward Secrecy. The use of Forward Secrecy ensures that the connection cannot be decrypted even if the server's private key is compromised. To decrypt the traffic, you'll need to use a pre-shared key, which is provided as part of the exercise.

You will follow specific steps in Wireshark to use the pre-shared key for decryption. This involves modifying settings under Protocol Preferences and selecting the pre-shared key file. The exercise demonstrates the importance of understanding different encryption methods and how to bypass them under certain conditions, which is crucial for ethical hacking and network security analysis.

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