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chuck378 wrote:If you really enjoy it and have the money, I suggest the "Laura Chappell Master Library". It's $999, but it's well worth the money. Several tutorials, presentations, hands on and pretty much all the books she wrote. I learned so much with just the first DVD. It's a complete course on packet analysis. You can find more information at w w w. packet-level.com. Check it out.
“Wireshark and Ethereal Packet Sniffing”, published by Syngress Press, Angela Orebaugh, et al. I wrote two chapters for this book, chapter 6 on wireless analysis with Wireshark and chapter 9 on Wireshark accompanying tools (for command-line use). My editor said I could give away the wireless chapter as the sample for free.
geekyone wrote:I have been looking for a good book about packet analysis. I am really not looking for a book about a specific packet sniffing tool. I want one that really digs into analyzing packet contents. I have been considering getting "Practical Packet Analysis: Using Wireshark to Solve Real-World Network Problems" but I am not sure it is what I want. Has anyone read it? Is it any good?
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