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  1. I am not sure if anyone in this thread (or a lot of other threads) have sniffed xbox live packets through a Linux distro. Well, I have figured it out. Ubuntu 12.04 In terminal: $ sudo wireshark open new tab/new terminal $ sudo ettercap -G Using the GTK UI for ettercap, click on the 'Hosts' button and scan for your hosts. (My xbox was on port Add your xbox IP to 'Target 1' and 'Target 2'. Next, click on the 'MITM' button and click on port stealing (both options together, have not tested singular filters). This will enable wireshark to pick up those damned pesky packets from XBL. Now, go to your Wireshark and sniff eth0. Add 'UDP' to the filter expression and watch the packets fly. :) Hope this helps anyone who wants to look at xbox live packets in depth. AS A BONUS = you get SIP requests too... pick up your VoIP and make some recorded calls.... :) 278 1.126648 192.168.1.x 69.59.x.x SIP 800 Request: REGISTER sip:e.voncp.com:10000
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