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Originally Posted by Hyolyn View Post

Because it's not LAN.
Unless you're PC is sat on the edge of your network (which is a very bad idea), that will be your LAN.
Does the IP begin with: 192. or 10.? Do you have a router?
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I know what they are, but not why they are there without calling them smile.gif
They were established just by checking netstat on the desktop
Webpages have stacks of additional external resources they call upon (Jquery, social media buttons, single sign on, advertising, analytics / tracking, hosted comment systems, etc).

If you're interested in tracing web traffic with a little more detail then I'd suggest you play around with 'Fiddler' (a 3rd party HTTP proxy for web developers) and/or Google Developer Tools (which is part of Chrome)
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Unless you're PC is sat on the edge of your network (which is a very bad idea), that will be your LAN.
Does the IP begin with: 192. or 10.? Do you have a router?

Yes, neither.
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Webpages have stacks of additional external resources they call upon (Jquery, social media buttons, single sign on, advertising, analytics / tracking, hosted comment systems, etc).

If you're interested in tracing web traffic with a little more detail then I'd suggest you play around with 'Fiddler' (a 3rd party HTTP proxy for web developers) and/or Google Developer Tools (which is part of Chrome)

I use Wireshark and Sandcat and my own sniffer made in c++
post #23 of 24
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Originally Posted by Hyolyn View Post

Yes, neither.
What's that mean when it's not an oxymoron? tongue.gif
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I use Wireshark and Sandcat and my own sniffer made in c++
Wireshark would be too low level, but Sandcat would likely give you the breakdown you're looking for.
post #24 of 24
    Another good sniffer is SmartSniff by NirSofer.  Be sure to download (and use) the WinPcap driver with SmartSniff, or you'll probably get only one side of the conversations.  Of course, a sniffer won't help you see HTTPS (encrypted) traffic.
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