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I'm looking for a way to extract binaries from PCAP's using the command line. I realize it is possible using Wireshark -> File -> Export -> http objects etc. But tshark doesn't seem to support this.

Is there a way to do this or code around this, preferably using python or bash. Or does anyone know of tools that can do this that I am not aware of.

I'd prefer if the method is automatable / scriptable.

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I think tcpextract is what you're looking for.

  • I will look in to it. Not accepting yet, going to see if other people suggest other tools. +1 – delh Nov 9 '12 at 15:31
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As of Wireshark 2.3.0, you can export HTTP objects with tshark. (Wireshark 2.3.0 hasn't been released yet, so you can grab a daily build from here.)

To extract HTTP objects from the command-line, run the following command:

tshark -r mypcap.pcap --export-objects "http,destdir"

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