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Packet Capture on PS3 - 2019 Windows 10 Edition

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    VTSTech

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    This is how you can capture packets on the PS3 from a Windows 10 PC on the same network.

    Things you will need.

    1) Wireshark
    2) Arpspoof
    3) Npcap (Included with Wireshark)
    4) PS3 IP
    5) Router IP

    First. Lets download some things.

    Wireshark v3.0.2 x64 https://2.na.dl.wireshark.org/win64/Wireshark-win64-3.0.2.exe
    Arpspoof v0.1 https://github.com/alandau/arpspoof/releases/download/v0.1/arpspoof.exe

    Next. Install Wireshark. IMPORTANT, When installing check the 'Winpcap API-Compatability' box or Arpspoof won't work.

    Reboot.

    Ok. Now. Open Windows Explorer. Go to C:\Windows\System32\ and find cmd.exe - Right click on it. Run as Administrator

    In the command prompt window type "ipconfig".

    Look for a line like this
    Code:
      Default Gateway . . . . . . . . . : fe80::5e8f:e0ff:fe30:7c1e%8
      192.168.137.1
    Make note of the 192.168.x.x number

    now do "cd \" to get to the top of C:\ and navigate to where you put arpspoof.exe

    I put it in C:\Tools\ARPSpoof\arpspoof.exe

    Code:
    C:\>cd Tools\ARPSpoof
    C:\Tools\ARPSpoof>
    Now type "arpspoof --list" If you get output and not an error. Npcap is installed correctly.

    Run Wireshark. And now go to your PS3.

    On your PS3. In the 2nd row of items on the XMB, Beside your Usernames. Go to 'Network Settings' and 'Networks and Connection Status List'

    Find 'IP Address' - It should look similar to the Gateway Address you made note of earlier.

    Go back on PC. In your Command Prompt at the ARPSpoof> folder type this

    Code:
    arpspoof PS3_IP GATEWAY_IP
    In my case that looked like:

    Code:
    arpspoof 192.168.137.212 192.168.137.1
    If everything worked. You should see

    Code:
    Resolving victim and target...
    Redirecting 192.168.137.212 (xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx) ---> 192.168.137.1 (xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx)
      and in the other direction
    Press Ctrl+C to stop
    Now in Wireshark which should be running and just waiting for a 'Capture Filter' set the filter to this:

    Code:
    host 192.168.137.212
    Using your PS3 IP of course...Hit enter and you should start to see any traffic from your PS3 .. going to your computer ... and out to your router. And vice versa.
     

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