Ever wanted to know how to use tcpdump, but were intimidated by all the command line options? I was too! But then I learned it, and it wasn't as bad as I thought. In this zine we'll explain:
- what kinds of questions you can answer with tcpdump
- how to interpret tcpdump output
- which command line arguments are the really important ones
- how to write a BPF filter to filter tcpdump output
- and more!!
You can see the pages on command line arguments here to get an idea of what it's like! https://twitter.com/b0rk/status/855835321006784512
This is a PDF! It's 12 pages: just what you need to know, not a huge manual. It includes a version you can read on your computer, and a copy you can print out, fold, staple and read on the train!