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Wireshark is an open source software project, and is released under the GNU General Public License (GPL).You can freely use Wireshark on any number of computers you like, without worrying about license keys or fees or such.Figure1.1, “Wireshark captures packets and lets you examine their contents.” shows Wireshark having captured some packets and waiting for you to examine them.Wireshark can capture traffic from many different network media types - and despite its name - including wireless LAN as well.Capturing on a gigabit or even 100 megabit network can produce hundreds of megabytes of capture data in a short time.
See the Wireshark release lifecycle page for more details.
It is often difficult or impossible to support these systems due to circumstances beyond our control, such as third party libraries on which we depend or due to necessary features that are only present in newer versions of Windows (such as hardened security or memory management).
Wireshark 1.12 was the last release branch to support Windows Server 2003.
We hope that you find it useful and look forward to your comments.
The intended audience of this book is anyone using Wireshark.