On Fri, Feb 27, 2015 at 10:20 AM, Christopher Maynard
<[email protected]> wrote:
> Evan Huus <[email protected]> writes:
>> I have a local copy that I grabbed by logging into the host server -
>> I've created a torrent of it (attached) which I am currently seeding,
>> so you should be able to grab it from me (and if you do, please seed
>> to others in return!).
>> Gerald hopefully this is OK, as far as I know all of the relevant
>> captures are publicly available on Bugzilla or the wiki anyways.
>> P.S. This is a snapshot of the menagerie as of today, of course.
> I believe some of the capture files have been marked as "private" and should
> not be distributed. At the very least, I would recommend holding off on
> publishing any torrent until that can be verified.
They are still publicly exposed every time the fuzz-bot finds a bug in
our dissection of one of them (unless it knows which ones those are,
and files the bugs as core-only)?
If they are truly private, they should be moved to a separate part of
the menagerie that is not fuzzed regularly.
> Also, some time ago, the folks at cloudshark offered a cloudshark appliance
> to the Wireshark project. I would much rather see Wireshark take advantage
> of something like that than making the menagerie capture files in a way such
> as this or how Jakub did years ago.
That would certainly be more convenient.
> - Chris
> See also: http://goo.gl/oixnSm
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