[openssl-users] Decrypt TCP session

Short, Todd tshort at akamai.com
Fri Feb 12 16:54:05 UTC 2016

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On Feb 12, 2016, at 10:05 AM, Lloyd <lloydkl.tech at gmail.com<mailto:lloydkl.tech at gmail.com>> wrote:


I have implemented a sample HTTP server/client based on openssl (boost asio) and able to send the message encrypted. Loaded the key in Wireshark and able to see the data in plaintext form.

Now I wish to write an application to decrypt the same "tcp session data" (tcp session data = the output of follow TCP stream option in Wireshark).

what should be the starting point to implement this? does open ssl have some sample code/application does this?

Any hint is greatly appreciated.


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