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It kind of depends on what you mean when saying "all of the packets". It won't automagically see all network traffic on a network just by plugging the Shark into a network port. And, since you only have one interface (and can't be MITM like when having two interfaces on the same device such as the Packet Squirrel or the LAN Turtle or the WiFi Pineapple), then you probably need to do some ARP poisoning to get something relevant. But then you need to know what to poison as well. The tool to use to capture network traffic will most likely be tcpdump, like in this payload.


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