Projects / Xplico


Xplico is an IP traffic decoder that extracts data from an Internet traffic capture. From a pcap file, it can extracts each email (POP, IMAP, and SMTP protocols), all HTTP content, VoIP calls (SIP, RTP, H323, MEGACO, MGCP), IRC, MSN, and so on. It isn't a packet sniffer or a network protocol analyzer, but rather an IP/Internet traffic decoder or network forensic analysis tool (NFAT).

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  06 Jan 2014 21:11

    Release Notes: This release improves performance, and adds the new dissectors Yahoo Messenger, Cisco HDLC, and Null/Loopback. The nDPI library has been updated. Alice Webmail and Libero Webmail decoding have been added.

    •  30 Oct 2012 07:57

      Release Notes: This release improves performance, adds the new dissector Prism, and has nDPI library integration. The RTP dissector has been improved. IRC dissector improvements. There is a new tool called PCAP2WAV (RTP2WAV) for easily decoding RTP VoIP calls with the RTAudio (x-msrta) CODEC.

      •  27 Feb 2012 21:31

        Release Notes: This release improves SQLite dispatcher performance, adds, fixes, and improves multiple dissectors, fixes Yahoo Webmail bugs, and adds various other additions and improvements.

        •  18 Jan 2012 07:58

          Release Notes: This release fixes an RTP bug, a dispatcher core functionality bug, an mfile manipulator bug, and Xplico Interface bugs. It adds a DB migration tool.

          •  09 Nov 2011 07:47

            Release Notes: Sniffer and decoding protocols have been added for Gmail, Yahoo! Mail for Android Mobile, Yahoo! WebMail, and AOL WebMail. New dissectors have been added for the MDNS and ICMPv6 protocols. This release adds a new Xplico Interface (XI) with language localization (Arabic, Chinese, German, English, French, Hindi, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, and Turkish).


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