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Capturing on 'ens192'
 
Capturing on 'ens192'
 
785    10.155.1.23            fc-18-3c-4a-c1-fa
 
785    10.155.1.23            fc-18-3c-4a-c1-fa
788    10.155.1.23    0x00000303      fc-18-3c-4a-c1-fa    <-- TLS 1.2 , see table below  
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788    10.155.1.23    0x00000303      fc-18-3c-4a-c1-fa    <-- 0x00000303 is TLS handshake version 1.2 , see table below  
 
790    10.155.1.23            fc-18-3c-4a-c1-fa
 
790    10.155.1.23            fc-18-3c-4a-c1-fa
 
792    10.155.1.23            fc-18-3c-4a-c1-fa
 
792    10.155.1.23            fc-18-3c-4a-c1-fa

Revision as of 15:06, 28 November 2019

Kategorie:MySQL Kategorie:Security

TShark

TShark is the terminal based wireshark.

The ultimate tool to sniff network traffic when you have no X. It analyzes the traffic as wireshark does. Great tool!

MySQL traffic

To look on an application server for MySQL traffic you can use this line:

# IFACE=eth0 ; tshark -i ${IFACE} -d tcp.port==3306,mysql -R "eth.addr eq $(ip link show ${IFACE} | awk '$1 ~ /link\/ether/{print $2}')" -T fields -e mysql.query 'port 3306'

The little awk magic selects only pakets which are from our ethernet address on interface IFACE.

Radius traffic

Find client with macaddress fc-18-3c-4a-c1-fa :

# tshark -Y "tls.handshake.type == 1" -T fields -e frame.number -e ip.src -e tls.handshake.version -e radius.Calling_Station_Id  -Y 'radius.Calling_Station_Id=="fc-18-3c-4a-c1-fa"' -f "udp port 1812" -V
Running as user "root" and group "root". This could be dangerous.
Capturing on 'ens192'
785     10.155.1.23             fc-18-3c-4a-c1-fa
788     10.155.1.23     0x00000303      fc-18-3c-4a-c1-fa     <-- 0x00000303 is TLS handshake version 1.2 , see table below 
790     10.155.1.23             fc-18-3c-4a-c1-fa
792     10.155.1.23             fc-18-3c-4a-c1-fa
794     10.155.1.23             fc-18-3c-4a-c1-fa

Duplicate ACKs

# tshark -i eth1 -Y tcp.analysis.duplicate_ack

Finding TCP problems

# tshark -i eth1 -Y 'expert.message == "Retransmission (suspected)" || expert.message == "Duplicate ACK (#1)" || expert.message == "Out-Of-Order segment"'

Decode SSL Connections

For example show the used TLS-Versions lower than 1.2.

                Supported Version: TLS 1.3 (0x0304)
                Supported Version: TLS 1.2 (0x0303)
                Supported Version: TLS 1.1 (0x0302)
                Supported Version: TLS 1.0 (0x0301)
$ tshark -n -f 'dst port 1812 or dst port 2083' -Y "ssl.handshake.version<0x00000303" -T fields -e ip.src_host -e ip.dst_host -e tcp.dstport -e udp.dstport  -e ssl.handshake.version
192.168.1.87	192.168.1.140	2083				0x00000301
10.155.4.97	192.168.1.141		1812			0x00000301
192.168.1.85	192.168.1.140	2083				0x00000301
...

or for https:

$ tshark -i eth0 -n -f 'dst port 443' -Y "ssl.handshake.version<0x00000303" -T fields -e ip.src_host -e ip.dst_host -e tcp.dstport  -e ssl.handshake.version