|Release Type||Release Number||Release Date|
|Original||CloudShark 2.1 build 1893||Feb. 24th, 2014|
|Maintenance Release 1||CloudShark 2.1 build 1949||March 25th, 2014|
|Maintenance Release 2||CloudShark 2.1 build 1986||April 17th, 2014|
We’re excited to release CloudShark 2.1 which includes a new Wireless Networks tool, sortable tables for all analysis tools, and support for gzip compressed capture files.
CloudShark’s newest analysis tool parses raw wireless packet captures and identify the following information in a new Wireless Networks report:
Read more about the Wireless Networks tool here.
Each of the analysis tools that provide tabular data can be now dynamically sorted. Simply click a column you wish sorted, or a second time to reverse sort. Additionally, when an analysis tool is viewed in a new window, the sort is preserved in the URL for you to share with others.
CloudShark 2.1 delivers tshark 1.10.5 running behind the scenes, supporting many new protocols and dissectors.
CloudShark can now decompress packet captures compressed as gzip data. Please be aware that gzip compressed capture files will require additional time to decompress before CloudShark can process them. When possible, large capture files should be uploaded without gzip compression.
RTP Playback will now stop when you close the Analysis Tool popup window.
Clicking on individual bytes within the ASCII pane will highlight the corresponding field in the Decode pane.
This version disables IPv4 checksum verification by default. To enable this add the following line to your Wireshark preferences:
Please see the Using Wireshark Preferences page for instructions on editing your Wireshark preferences.
This version updates the offline installer to include an updated version of OpenSSL to address the Heartbleed vulnerability.
If your CloudShark Appliance is connected to the internet, please read our blog post on the Heartbleed Vulnerability for instruction on how to update OpenSSL to address this vulnerability.