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parsing .pcap files

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Im using pyflag to parse .pcap files. Pyflag displays the data part of
the .pcap file in binary and I was wondering what this means. How do I
decode the 'data' part of the packet without using external libraries?
What does these non-alpha numerical information mean? Is there a
(python) dictionary/documentation somewhere that I can use to parse this
Thanks again.
PS: I've attached the .pcap file that Im using to test and the python
file as well.

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Jun 27 '08 #1
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