Wireshark-dev: [Wireshark-dev] Bug #1132 fix issue
From: Stephen Fisher <[email protected]>
Date: Wed, 22 Nov 2006 17:19:10 -0800
Bug #1132 basically states that when decrypting HTTP payload from an SSL 
session with multiple SSL records, there are multiple tabs on the bottom 
of the screen.  These tabs each have the byte count of both SSL records 
combined and the HTTP dissection is done twice in the tree with 
identical information in each.  In packet #19 from rsasnakeoil2.cap on 
the Wiki, the first record is the headers including content-type and the 
second is the line-based data.  IMAP over SSL splits its data into 
multiple records too.

The SSL dissector currently stores the last record it comes across as 
per packet info (p_add_proto_data() and friends).  I introduced singly 
linked lists to this process so that each record could be stored and 
displayed separately.  This works fine, however... the second record is 
now interpreted simply as data.  This is happening because the second 
call to the http dissector didn't see the content-type (from the first 
call).  This breaks showing things like images or line-based data in the 
tree.  Does anyone have an idea on a way to solve this?


Thanks,
  Steve