A-Packets is an online pcap file analyzer that allows users to explore and analyze network traffic, extract files, detect devices on a network, investigate DNS queries and ARP packets, and gather SSL/TLS information. It also has a password finding feature for various protocols and an API for automating the analysis process (see subscription plans for details).
A-Packets supports pcap and pcapng files, which are a common format for storing network traffic data captured by packet capture software.
Yes, it is free for common usage. You can upload, download and analyze pcap files (and pcapng) for free. It does not require any personalization or any charge. Please note that free usage is limited by 25Mb per pcap/pcapng file.
Yes, A-Packets allows users to dive into HTTP communications, explore requests and responses, and collect form data.
Yes, A-Packets uses passive fingerprinting to detect running network services and open ports.
Yes, A-Packets allows users to build a visualization of network communications, explore a network devices map, and classify network nodes by their type through pcap analysis.
Yes, A-Packets allows users to view wireless network information extracted from pcap files, find access points and their SSIDs, and recognize multicast traffic to find used network protocols and services.
Yes, A-Packets allows users to detect and extract pictures, view office documents and other file formats found during the analysis of uploaded pcap files.
Yes, A-Packets scans uploaded pcap files for various protocols to find user credentials, including plain text passwords in authorization headers, cryptographic hashes, and complex challenge-base auth protocols.
Yes, A-Packets has an API for automating the process of uploading pcap files and extracting useful information from them.
Yes, A-Packets parses pcap files to extract SSL/TLS session information, identifies anomalies in SSL/TLS traffic, and provides detailed information about each session, including the source and destination IP addresses, the protocol version, the cipher suite used, and any certificate information.
It takes about 15-20 sec. for analyze depending on the overall service load.
Quick review of network structure and main services as a graph, client-server communications and data for HTTP, FTP, Telnet, SIP and other protocols using shareable form of reports.
You can remove it by yourself for private files or ask to remove the public file with contact form.
You can upload files privately according to Pricing Plan and remove it by yourself. Private files are invisible to others.