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Jun 13, 2013 So what to do, if you are completely lost and all your searches failed to find anything? It turns out, that I don't have a clue where to start. So I guess, you guys are the experts and can help me with this: Is there a way to figure out what can you do using WPE? What tools are available to you? What tools are not available to you? What parameters can you set and what is the default? Is there a list of things that you can do? Is there a list of things you can't do? How do I start? Can I search for information on WPE? Can you point me to a guide? Can you give me a URL for an example? A: It can be quite tricky to get started with WPE Pro for two reasons: The programs that you see in normal WPE Pro is the thing that it displays, but in reality there's a lot of programs running. You have to use the "Select" tab of the pro to narrow down which programs to look at. When you use the "Select" tab to set up an example of a packet you see, WPE Pro will automatically start the process so you can see the packet sniffer "in action". WPE Pro does NOT automatically start the process with a packet you select (with the "Add" tab). There is a WPE (Winsock Packet Editor) home page with a bunch of tutorials and information. Getting Started with WPE WPE Installation Notes To get started you need to download the WinPcap.DLL and then you can download the Winsock Packet Editor (WPE) Pro from the following link: You will find a number of PDF files that explain what each WPE option does. As far as using WPE Pro to get packets out of the process that you want to, this can be a little tricky. The user interface has lots of options, but they all have the same effect. They will all modify packets to make them easier to see/read. If you choose the "Add" tab, then you have to specify the target process. Then you choose "Add", and it will start the packet sniffer for you. The pro will start and




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