I’ve been using Microsoft Network Monitor to capture traffic data, which will eventually be used for data mining purposes and attack detection. It would be much more convenient if I could export the capture to a .csv file. Is there any way to export the capture as a .csv, or, assuming the .cap file is parser friendly, is it possible to analyze the .cap file directly in a language such as Python?
You can import the capture file into Wireshark (which understands a couple of dozen popular capture formats, including Microsoft’s) and from there export the packet list to a CSV.
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