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Announcement / News stable versions 4.0.5 and 3.6.13 (12-April-2023)

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April 12, 2023

Wireshark 4.0.5 and 3.6.13 have been released. Installers for Windows, Mac OS X 10.14 and later, and source code are now available.

In 4.0.5

Three vulnerabilities have been fixed. See the release notes for details.

For a complete list of changes, please refer to the 4.0.5 release notes.

In 3.6.13

Three vulnerabilities have been fixed. See the release notes for details.

For a complete list of changes, please refer to the 3.6.13 release notes.

Official releases are available right now from the download page.
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Announcement / News versions 4.0.6 and 3.6.14 (24-May-2023)

May 24, 2023

Wireshark 4.0.6 and 3.6.14 have been released. Installers for Windows, Mac OS X 10.14 and later, and source code are now available.

In 4.0.6

Several vulnerabilities have been fixed. See the release notes for details.

For a complete list of changes, please refer to the 4.0.6 release notes.

In 3.6.14

Several vulnerabilities have been fixed. See the release notes for details.

For a complete list of changes, please refer to the 3.6.14 release notes.

Official releases are available right now from the download page.

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Announcement / News versions 4.0.7 and 3.6.15 (12-July-2023)

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Wireshark 4.0.7 and 3.6.15 Released

July 12, 2023

Wireshark 4.0.7 and 3.6.15 have been released. Installers for Windows, Mac OS X 10.14 and later, and source code are now available.

In 4.0.7

Two vulnerabilities have been fixed. See the release notes for details.

For a complete list of changes, please refer to the 4.0.7 release notes.

In 3.6.15

One vulnerability has been fixed. See the release notes for details.

For a complete list of changes, please refer to the 3.6.15 release notes.

Official releases are available right now from the download page.

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Announcement / News versions 4.0.8 and 3.6.16 (23-August-2023)

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Wireshark 4.0.8 and 3.6.16 Released

August 23, 2023

Wireshark 4.0.8 and 3.6.16 have been released. Installers for Windows, Mac OS X 10.14 and later, and source code are now available.

In 4.0.8

Several vulnerabilities have been fixed. See the release notes for details.

For a complete list of changes, please refer to the 4.0.8 release notes.

In 3.6.16

Several vulnerabilities have been fixed. See the release notes for details.

For a complete list of changes, please refer to the 3.6.16 release notes.

Official releases are available right now from the download page.

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Announcement / News stable versions 4.0.9 and 3.6.17 have been released. (04-October-2023)

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Bug Fixes

The following vulnerabilities have been fixed:

The following bugs have been fixed:

  • Updating from within Wireshark if a file is open fails because it can’t close Wireshark. Issue 17658.

  • ESL timestamp provided by ET2000 not displayed. Issue 18308.

  • Kafka: dissect_kafka_sync_group_request missing version check for instance_id. Issue 19290.

  • Start Capture via context menu crashes on macOS with an older Qt version. Issue 19299.

  • Delta time displayed is incorrect after unsetting time reference. Issue 19324.

  • Fuzz job crash output: randpkt-2023-09-09-7060.pcap. Issue 19332.

  • Missing one bit in SCCP::sequencing/segmenting. Issue 19336.

  • Protobuf field malformed packet for last byte of 'repeated fixed32' Issue 19342.

  • RTP/RFC 4571: Wrong desegmentation/reassembly in RTP over TCP packets. Issue 19345.

  • Sparklines not working on macOS Sonoma with both native OS and Homebrew pcap. Issue 19349.

  • Incorrect bit values and namings in BSS Configuration Report TLV. Issue 19352.

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Wireshark Announcement / News stable version 4.2.0 has been released. (15-November-2023)

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Wireshark 4.2.0 Release Notes

What is Wireshark?

Wireshark is the world’s most popular network protocol analyzer. It is used for troubleshooting, analysis, development and education.

What’s New

This is the first major Wireshark release under the Wireshark Foundation, a nonprofit which hosts Wireshark and promotes protocol analysis education. The foundation depends on your contributions to do its work. If you or your employer would like to contribute or become a sponsor, please visit wiresharkfoundation.org.

Wireshark supports dark mode on Windows.

A Windows installer for Arm64 has been added.

Packet list sorting has been improved.

Wireshark and TShark are now better about generating valid UTF-8 output.

A new display filter feature for filtering raw bytes has been added.

Display filter autocomplete is smarter about not suggesting invalid syntax.

Tools  MAC Address Blocks can look up a MAC address in the IEEE OUI registry.

The enterprises, manuf, and services configuration files have been compiled in for improved start-up times. These files are no longer available in the master branch in our source code repository. You can download the manuf file from our automated build directory.

The installation target no longer installs development headers by default.

The Wireshark installation is relocatable on Linux (and other ELF platforms with support for relative RPATHs).

Wireshark can be compiled on Windows using MSYS2. Check the Developer’s guide for instructions.

Wireshark can be cross-compiled for Windows using Linux. Check the Developer’s guide for instructions.

Tools  Browser (SSL Keylog) can launch your web browser with the SSLKEYLOGFILE environment variable set to the appropriate value.

Windows installer file names now have the format Wireshark-<version>-<architecture>.exe.

Wireshark now supports the Korean language.

Many other improvements have been made. See the “New and Updated Features” section below for more details.

Bug Fixes

The following bugs have been fixed:

  • Issue 18413 - RTP player does not play audio frequently on Windows builds with Qt6.

  • Issue 18510 - Playback marker does not move after resume with Qt6.

New and Updated Features

The following features are new (or have been significantly updated) since version 4.2.0rc3:

  • Nothing of note.

The following features are new (or have been significantly updated) since version 4.2.0rc2:

  • The Windows installers now ship with Npcap 1.78. They previously shipped with Npcap 1.77.

The following features are new (or have been significantly updated) since version 4.2.0rc1:

  • The Windows installers now ship with Npcap 1.77. They previously shipped with Npcap 1.71.

The following features are new (or have been significantly updated) since version 4.1.0:

  • Improved dark mode support.

  • The Windows installers now ship with Qt 6.5.3. They previously shipped with Qt 6.2.3.

The following features are new (or have been significantly updated) since version 4.0.0:

  • The API has been updated to ensure that the dissection engine produces valid UTF-8 strings.

  • Wireshark now builds with Qt6 by default. To use Qt5 instead, pass USE_qt6=OFF to CMake.

  • The “ciscodump” extcap supports Cisco IOS XE 17.x.

  • The default interval between GUI updates when capturing has been decreased from 500ms to 100ms, and is now configurable.

  • The -n option also now disables IP address geolocation information lookup in configured MaxMind databases (and geolocation lookup can be enabled with -Ng.) This is most relevant for TShark, where geolocation lookups are synchronous.

  • The display filter drop-down list is now sorted by “most recently used” instead of “most recently created”.

  • Display filter syntax-related changes:

    • It is now possible to filter on raw packet data for any field by using the syntax @some.field == <bytes…>. This can be useful to filter on malformed UTF-8 strings, among other use cases where it is necessary to look at the field’s raw data.

    • Negation (unary minus) now works with any display filter arithmetic expression.

    • Using the slice operator with strings produces a string. Previously, it would produce a byte array. This is useful to index/slice UTF-8 multibyte strings. String byte slices can still be obtained using the “@" (raw operator) prefix.

    • Arithmetic expressions are allowed as set elements.

    • Absolute date and time values can be written as Unix time.

    • The limitation where a minus sign needed to be preceded by a space character has been removed.

    • Added XOR logical operator.

    • Fixed the implementation of all … in membership operator (#19188).

    • When parsing absolute time values, the display filter engine has learned to understand timezones as specified in strptime(3), including some common North American designations. Arbitrary timezone names are not supported, however. Previously, only ISO8601 offsets and the “UTC” designation were understood.

    • Writing value strings without double quotes is deprecated and will generate a warning. Value strings are integer or boolean values that can be represented using a user-friendly textual format, such as “Set”/“Unset” instead of numerical values like 1 and 0. It is now a requirement that value strings need to be written enclosed in double-quotes.

    • The deprecated ~≃ operator symbol has been removed. It was replaced by !== in version 4.0.

  • Running the test suite requires the pytest Python module. The emulation layer that allowed running tests without pytest installed has been removed.

  • When saving files or exporting packets after changing their time with the “Time Shift” dialog, the shifted time is written to the new file.

  • TLS secrets used in decrypting packets can be embedded (or discarded) from the capture file via the GUI, similar to the options --inject-secrets and --discard-all-secrets in editcap.

  • The text of any configured column (displayed or hidden) can be filtered anywhere that filters are used - in display filters, filters in taps, coloring rules, Wireshark read filters, and the -Y, -R, and -e options to TShark, the “Apply as Filter” GUI option, etc.

    • The filter field names are prefixed by “_ws.col”, followed by a lowercase version of the COL_ name found in epan/column-utils.h, e.g. “_ws.col.info” or “_ws.col.protocol”

    • Using the column names as a filter is slower than other filter types because the columns must be constructed, so when the same filtering can be achieved via other fields, prefer that.

  • The external name resolution text files "manuf”, “enterprises” and “services” have been removed and replaced with static binary data. You can dump the respective internal data using tshark -G manuf|enterprises|services.

  • The "manuf” file is now also read from the personal configuration folder, and is profile-based.

  • The Lua console dialogs under the Tools menu were refactored and redesigned. It now consists of a single dialog window for input and output.

  • Wireshark now shows byte units in the statistics in the user-selected language (uses the system default language by default).

  • Packet list sorting has been improved:

    • When sorting packet list with a filter applied, only the visible packets are sorted, which greatly increases sorting speed.

    • The cache size for column text is limited to a default of 10000 rows, which limits the maximum memory usage. The maximum value can be changed in Preferences→Appearance→Layout

    • Due to the above, columns that require packet dissection can only be sorted if the number of visible rows is less than the cache size. If there are more rows visible, a warning will appear. Columns that do not require packet dissection (those that calculated directly from the capture file frame headers, such as packet number, time, and frame length) can be sorted with any number of visible rows.

    • Sorting can be interrupted.

  • When changing the dissector via the “Decode As” table for values that have default dissectors registered, selecting “(none)” will select no dissection (while still allowing heuristic dissectors to attempt to dissect.) The previous behavior was to reset the dissector to the default. To facilitate resetting the dissector, the default dissector is now sorted at the top of the list of possible dissector options.

  • The personal extcap plugin folder location on Unix has been changed to follow existing conventions for architecture-dependent files. The extcap personal folder is now $HOME/.local/lib/wireshark/extcap. Previously it was $XDG_CONFIG_HOME/wireshark/extcap.

  • The “init.lua” file is now loaded from any of the Lua plugin directories. Previously it was loaded from the personal configuration directory. (For backward-compatibility this is still allowed; note that deprecated features may be removed in a future release).

  • Installation of development headers must be done explicitly using the CMake command cmake --install <builddir> --component Development.

  • The Windows build has a new SpeexDSP external dependency (https://www.speex.org). The speex code that was previously bundled has been removed.

  • New --print-timers option added to TShark.

Removed Features and Support

  • With the addition of the universal and consistent filtering support for column text, the previous support in the -e option to TShark for displaying column text via the column title has been removed in general. Those field names cannot be used elsewhere (as they may not be legal filter names) and create confusion if more than one column has the same title or if a column is renamed. Prefer the column format instead, e.g. “_ws.col.info” for “_ws.col.Info”. However, for backwards compatibility with existing tools and scripts, the titles of the default columns can continue to be used with tshark -e (but not elsewhere.)

  • The bundled script “dtd_gen.lua” that was disabled by default has been removed from the installation. It can be found in the Wireshark Wiki under "Contrib”.

  • The Wi-Fi NAN dissector filter name has been changed from 'nan' to 'wifi_nan'.

New File Format Decoding Support

RTPDump

New Protocol Support

Aruba UBT, ASAM Capture Module Protocol (CMP), ATSC Link-Layer Protocol (ALP), DECT DLC protocol layer (DECT-DLC), DECT NWK protocol layer (DECT-NWK), DECT proprietary Mitel OMM/RFP Protocol (also named AaMiDe), Digital Object Identifier Resolution Protocol (DO-IRP), Discard Protocol, FiRa UWB Controller Interface (UCI), FiveCo’s Register Access Protocol (5CoRAP), Fortinet FortiGate Cluster Protocol (FGCP), GPS L1 C/A LNAV navigation messages, GSM Radio Link Protocol (RLP), H.224, High Speed Fahrzeugzugang (HSFZ), Hypertext Transfer Protocol version 3 (HTTP/3), ID3v2, IEEE 802.1CB (R-TAG), Iperf3, JSON 3GPP, Low Level Signalling (ATSC3 LLS), Management Component Transport Protocol (MCTP), Management Component Transport Protocol - Control Protocol (MCTP CP), Matter home automation protocol, Microsoft Delivery Optimization, Multi-Drop Bus (MDB), Non-volatile Memory Express - Management Interface (NVMe-MI) over MCTP, RDP audio output virtual channel Protocol (rdpsnd), RDP clipboard redirection channel Protocol (cliprdr), RDP Program virtual channel Protocol (RAIL), SAP Enqueue Server (SAPEnqueue), SAP GUI (SAPDiag), SAP HANA SQL Command Network Protocol (SAPHDB), SAP Internet Graphic Server (SAP IGS), SAP Message Server (SAPMS), SAP Network Interface (SAPNI), SAP Router (SAPROUTER), SAP Secure Network Connection (SNC), SBAS L1 Navigation Messages (SBAS L1), SINEC AP1 Protocol (SINEC AP), SMPTE ST2110-20 (Uncompressed Active Video), Train Real-Time Data Protocol (TRDP), UBX protocol of u-blox GNSS receivers (UBX), UDP Tracker Protocol for BitTorrent (BT-Tracker), UWB UCI Protocol, Video Protocol 9 (VP9), VMware HeartBeat, Windows Delivery Optimization (MS-DO), Z21 LAN Protocol (Z21), Zabbix, ZigBee Direct (ZBD), and Zigbee TLV

Updated Protocol Support

  • JSON: The dissector now has a preference to enable/disable “unescaping” of string values. By default it is off. Previously it was always on.

  • JSON: The dissector now supports “Display JSON in raw form”.

  • IPv6: The dissector has a new preference to show some semantic details about addresses (default off).

  • IPv6: The dissector now supports dissecting the Application-aware IPv6 Networking (APN6) option in the Hop-by-Hop Options Header (HBH) and Destination Options Header (DOH), including all three types of APN ID, which are 32-bit, 64-bit and 128-bit in length.

  • XML: The dissector now supports display character according to the “encoding” attribute of the XML declaration, and has a new preference to set default character encoding for some XML document without “encoding” attribute.

  • SIP: The dissector now has a new preference to set default charset for displaying the body of SIP messages in raw text view.

  • HTTP: The dissector now supports dissecting chunked data in streaming reassembly mode. Subdissectors of HTTP can register itself in “streaming_content_type” subdissector table for enabling streaming reassembly mode while transferring in chunked encoding. This feature ensures the server stream messages of GRPC-Web over HTTP/1.1 can be dissected even if the last chunk is absent.

  • The media type dissector table now properly treats media types and subtypes as case-insensitive automatically, per RFC 6838. Media types no longer need to be lower cased before registering or looking up in the table.

  • CFM: The dissector has been overhauled and updated to the level of IEEE std 802.1Q-2022 and ITU-T Rec. G.8013/Y.1371 (08/2015). This includes dissection of additional PDU types and TLVs as well as deeper dissection of existing PDUs and TLVs.

Too many other protocol updates have been made to list them all here.

New and Updated Codec support

Adaptive Multi-Rate (AMR), if compiled with opencore-amr.

Major API Changes

  • Lua function “package.prepend_path” has been removed. If you need it please consider adding your own package.path customization code or installing your dependencies in Wireshark’s default paths.

  • The reassemble_streaming_data_and_call_subdissector() API has been added to provide a simpler way to reassemble the streaming data of a high level protocol that is not on top of TCP.

  • Some of the API now uses C99 types instead of GLib types. Issue 19116

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Wireshark Announcement / News stable version 4.2.1 has been released. (03-January-2024)

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What’s New

Bug Fixes

The following vulnerabilities have been fixed:

The following bugs have been fixed:

  • Capture filters not saved to recently used list. Issue 12918.

  • CFM dissector does not handle Sender ID TLV correctly when Chassis ID Length is zero. Issue 13720.

  • OSS-Fuzz 64290: wireshark:fuzzshark_ip: Global-buffer-overflow in dissect_zcl_read_attr_struct. Issue 19490.

  • Overriding capture options set by preference by command line arguments (like -S) doesn’t work. Issue 14549.

  • Segfault when enabling monitor mode on a wireless card that falsely claims to support it. Issue 16693.

  • Documented format of temporary file name is out of date in the Wireshark User’s Guide. Issue 18464.

  • Selection highlight lost when interface list is sorted. Issue 19133.

  • HTTP3 malformed packets. Issue 19475.

  • Capture filter compilation fails with an obscure error message. Issue 19480.

  • XML: Parsing encoding attribute failed when standalone attribute exists. Issue 19485.

  • Display filter expressions where the protocol name starts with a digit and contains a hyphen are rejected. Issue 19489.

  • diameter.3GPP-* display filters not working after upgrade to version 4.2.0. Issue 19493.

  • GigE-vision: Control Protocol shows \”unknown\” as value for ASCII character set. Issue 19494.

  • The HTTP/3 Request Header URI is not correct. Issue 19497.

  • QUIC/TLS not extracting \”h3\” from ALPN in a capture. Issue 19503.

  • Documentation on system requirements should be updated. Issue 19512.

  • 4.2.0: init.lua in subdirectories not loaded anymore. Issue 19516.

  • Malformed SIP/SDP messages: components are not decoded properly. Issue 19518.

  • heuristic_protos do not reset on profile swap. Issue 19520.

  • Wireshark 4.2 crashes on Apply As Column. Issue 19521.

  • NFLOG timestamp is incorrect. Issue 19525.

  • Qt6 Crash (Double Free) When Attempting to Save TCP Stream Graph. Issue 19529.

  • Fixed parsing display filter expressions containing literal OID values, e.g. snmp.name == 1.3.6.1.2.1.1.3.0.

New and Updated Features

There are no new or updated features in this release.

New Protocol Support

There are no new protocols in this release.

Updated Protocol Support

 

New and Updated Capture File Support

There is no new or updated capture file support in this release.

pcapng: the if_tsoffset option is now supported.

 

 

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Wireshark Announcement / News stable version 4.2.2 has been released. (04-January-2024)

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What’s New

Bug Fixes

This release fixes a software update issue on Windows which causes Wireshark to hang if you are upgrading from version 4.2.0 or 4.2.1. If you are experiencing this issue, you will need to download and install Wireshark 4.2.2 or later.

The following bugs have been fixed:

  • sharkd is not installed by the Windows installer. Issue 19556.

  • Fuzz job crash output: fuzz-2024-01-01-7740.pcap. Issue 19558.

  • Can’t open a snoop file from the Open dialog box unless I select \”All files\” as the file type. Issue 19565.

  • Add s4607 dissector to \”decode as\” Issue 19566.

  • Updater for 4.2.1 hangs. Issue 19568.

New and Updated Features

There are no new or updated features in this release.

New Protocol Support

There are no new protocols in this release.

Updated Protocol Support

RSVP, RTPS, and STANAG 4607

New and Updated Capture File Support

There is no new or updated capture file support in this release.

 

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Wireshark Announcement / News stable version 4.2.3 has been released. (14-February-2024)

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What’s New

Bug Fixes

If you are upgrading Wireshark 4.2.0 or 4.2.1 on Windows you will need to download and install Wireshark 4.2.3 or later by hand.

The following bugs have been fixed:

  • Capture start fails when file set enabled and file extension not supplied if directory contains a period. Issue 14614.

  • Cannot drag and move custom filter buttons in toolbar. Issue 19447.

  • Not equal won’t work when used with wlan.addr. Issue 19449.

  • sshdump fails to connect with private key (ssh-rsa) Issue 19510.

  • ChmodBPF installation fails on macOS Sonoma 14.1.2. Issue 19527.

  • Windows installers should check for Windows 8.1. Issue 19569.

  • Fuzz job crash output: fuzz-2024-01-05-7725.pcap. Issue 19570.

  • Fuzz job crash output: fuzz-2024-01-06-7734.pcap. Issue 19578.

  • Incorrect recursion depth assert failure when dissecting a legitimate GOOSE message. Issue 19580.

  • OPC UA - large read request is reported as malformed in 4.2.1 but not in 4.0.12. Issue 19581.

  • TFTP dissector bug type listed as netscii instead of netascii doesn’t show all TFTP packets including TFTP blocks. Issue 19589.

  • SMB1 replies from LAN Drive app only show up as NBSS Continuation Message. Issue 19593.

  • ciscodump - older SSH key exchange algorithms not supported. Issue 19594.

  • Problem decoding LAPB/X.25/FTAM after adding X.75 decoding. Issue 19595.

  • Wireshark Filter not working. Issue 19604.

  • CFLOW: failure to decode 0 length data fields of IPFIX variable length data types. Issue 19605.

  • Copy …as Printable Text Feature Missing in 4.1/4.2. Issue 19607.

  • Export Objects - HTTP is missing some HTTP/2 files in a two-pass analysis. Issue 19609.

  • ASAM-CMP Plugin: Malformed message, length mismatch if vendor defined data of status messages has odd length. Issue 19626.

  • OSS-Fuzz 66561: wireshark:fuzzshark_ip_proto-udp: Null-dereference READ in wmem_map_lookup. Issue 19642.

New and Updated Features

There are no new or updated features in this release.

New Protocol Support

There are no new protocols in this release.

Updated Protocol Support

ASAM CMP, CAN, CFLOW, CMIP, CMP, DAP, DICOM, DISP, E2AP, GLOW, GOOSE, GTP, GTPv2, H.225, H.245, H.248, HTTP2, IEEE 1609.2, IEEE 1722, IPv4, IPv6, ISO 15765, ISUP, ITS, Kerberos, LDAP, MMS, NBT, NRUP, openSAFETY, P22, P7, PARLAY, RTMPT, RTP, SCSI, SOME/IP, T.38, TCP, TECMP, TFTP, WOW, X.509if, X.509sat, X.75, X11, Z39.50, and ZigBee Green Power

New and Updated Capture File Support

pcap and pcapng

 

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Wireshark Announcement / News stable version 4.2.4 has been released. (27-March-2024)

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What’s New

Bug Fixes
If you are upgrading to Wireshark 4.2.0 or 4.2.1 on Windows, you will need to download and install Wireshark 4.2.4 or later by hand.

The following vulnerabilities have been fixed:


[*]wnpa-sec-2024-06 T.38 dissector crash. Issue 19695. CVE-2024-2955.


Additionally, CVE-2024-24478, CVE-2024-24479, and CVE-2024-24476 were recently assigned to Wireshark without any coordination with the Wireshark project. As far as we can determine, each one is based on invalid assumptions and we have requested that they be rejected.

The following bugs have been fixed:


[*]Extcap with configuration never starts; “Configure all extcaps before start of capture.” is shown instead. Issue 18487.

  • Packet Dissection CSV Export includes last column, even if hidden. Issue 19666.


  • Inject TLS secrets closes Wireshark on Windows. Issue 19667.


  • Fuzz job issue: fuzz-2024-02-27-7196.pcap. Issue 19674.


  • Wireshark crashes when adding another port to the HTTP dissector. Issue 19677.


  • Fuzz job issue: fuzz-2024-03-03-7204.pcap. Issue 19685.


  • Fuzz job issue: randpkt-2024-03-05-8004.pcap. Issue 19688.


  • When adding a new row to a table, an error report may be inserted. Issue 19705.


  • '--export-objects' does not work as expected on tshark version later than 3.2.10. Issue 19715.


  • Fuzz job issue: fuzz-2024-03-21-7215.pcap. Issue 19717.


New and Updated Features
There are no new or updated features in this release.

New Protocol Support
There are no new protocols in this release.

Updated Protocol Support
5GLI, 6LoWPAN, AFP, AllJoyn, AMQP, ASAP, Babel, BACnet, Banana, BEEP, Bencode, BFCP, BGP, BT BNEP, BT SDP, BT-DHT, BVLC, CFLOW, CIP, CMIP, CMP, COROSYNC/TOTEMSRP, COSE, CQL, CSN.1, DAP, DCCP, DCOM, DHCPv6, DICOM, DISP, DOCSIS MAC MGMT, DOF, DVB-S2, E2AP, EDONKEY, ENRP, ErlDP, Etch, EXTREME MESH, FC-SWILS, GIOP, GLOW, GNW, GOOSE, GQUIC, Gryphon, GSM A-bis OML, GSUP, GTPv2, H.223, H.225.0, H.245, H.248, H.264, H.265, HSMS, ICMPv6, ICQ, IEEE1609dot2, IPP, IPPUSB, ISAKMP, iSCSI, ISIS LSP, ISO 7816, ISUP, ITS, JSON 3GPP, JXTA, Kafka, KINK, KNX/IP, LDAP, LDP, LISP, LISP TCP, LLRP, LwM2M-TLV, M2UA, M3UA, MAC-LTE, MBIM, MMS, MONGO, MPEG PES, MPLS Echo, MQ PCF, MQTT-SN, MS-WSP, MSDP, MsgPack, NAS-5GS, NETLINK, NHRP, OpenFlow, OpenWire, OPSI, OSC, P22, P7, PANA, PIM, PNIO, ProtoBuf, PROXY, Q.2931, QNET, RDP, RESP, RPL, RSL, RSVP, RTLS, RTMPT, RTPS, S7COMM, SCTP, SIMULCRYPT, SMB2, SML, SNA, SNMP, Socks, SolarEdge, SOME/IP, SoulSeek, SUA, T.38, TCAP, TEAP, TFTP, Thread, Thrift, TN5250, USBHID, USBVIDEO, VP9, WASSP, WiMAX ASN CP, WLCCP, WTP, X.509IF, X.509SAT, XML, XMPP, YAMI, Z39.50, and ZigBee ZCL

New and Updated Capture File Support
There is no new or updated capture file support in this release.

Updated File Format Decoding Support
BLF, JPEG, and RBM

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