Wireshark is loaded with some awesome features. Let's go through a few, though there are more.
The Decode-As feature allows Wireshark to decode the packet based on the selected protocol. Usually Wireshark will automatically identify and decode incoming packets based on the standard port—for example, port
443 will be decoded as SSL. If the services are running on the non-standard port, for example SSL standard port is
443 and the service is running on
4433, in this case the Decode-As feature can be used to decode this communication using the SSL protocol preference.
Open the sample
https.pcap file from. HTTPS traffic is captured when the file is opened in Wireshark. It doesn't show SSL-related data; instead it just shows ...