Sanitizing PCAPs

Fun and games until someone uses IPv6 or TCP

Jasper Bongertz

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Sanitizing and anonymizing PCAP or PCAPng files is often necessary to be able to share information about attack vectors, security problems or incidents in general. While it may seem simple to replace IP addresses or ports there are still quite a number of network packet details that are hard to replace. This technical talk will shed a light on where those troublemakers are encountered and how to get around them.


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