|02-08-2011, 09:39 PM||#1|
Join Date: Feb 2011
CourseSmart - Vitalsource Wireshark logs
Guys Im about to fire up the CourseSmart bookshelf and login and download a book and open it, with wireshark running.
Does anyone have any pointers on what else I need to do and make sure I capture everything??
|02-09-2011, 11:14 AM||#3|
Join Date: Nov 2009
This is not actually a reverse engineering forum. You would probably be better off going to a place like http://www.openrce.org/ which specializes in reverse engineering projects of all kinds. They talk about debuggers, reverse compilers, disassemblers, and the tools of the trade. For example, tools like wireshark may help or may simply show you encrypted packets going back and forth that are pretty much worthless. The source of the app matters, some platforms use encrypted binaries and code obfuscation to try to prevent decompiling, etc. Unless you are a programmer and understand how to read assembler, run a debugger at assembler level: breakpoints, back-traces, have access to a decompiler, etc, you are pretty much out of luck unless the original developers were incredibly stupid.
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