Although i dont believe it does any harm i have wanted to remove the revoked certifcates from the certifcate management web page on the MBG
As you see above i have already removed mine
To do this simple find the revoked PEM files under
If you want to be specific you can search for the actual file or just delete all in the “revoked” folder
You can either access this folder with putty or via Winscp
If you dont know how to access the MBG via putty see my post here
Wireshark does not play well with large pcap files. I read somewhere you need 1GB of RAM for 1 GB of file.
I recently needed to review the contents of a 30gb pcap file and wireshark refused to open it.
Few minutes of googling and i came accross this useful command
editcap. Its part of wire shark, located in the installation directory
editcap -h will give you some useful information
I found this post useful
Here is my example for extracting one days worth of capture
“C:\progam files\wireshark\editcap.exe” -v -A “2019-30-11 08:00:00” -B “2019-11-30 18:00:00” c:\input.pcap d:\output.pcap