One of the great things about Wireshark is the completely customizable interface. Users can change the layout, column settings, protocol decode options, add/remove buttons, change colors, add/remove filters, and more. There is a lot of documentation on how to even write new protocol dissectors. Due to its open source nature and the active development community, one can modify the code and/or participate in its official development. What this means is no two instances of a Wireshark install have to be the same.

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Chris Sereno

For 11 years networking was my profession with a specialized focus on proactive and reactive performance analysis. More recently I have embraced the AWS platform. This blog reflects my experience both past and present.

AWS Architect at Caterpillar, Inc.

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