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USB Capture device is “not an MTP device”

I am trying to connect my USB capture card to an Ubuntu 18.04 host.

When I’m connecting it, however, it connects and disconnects repeatedly. Syslog states it is “not an MTP device”:

Jul 10 17:39:18 james-pc kernel: usb 1-10: new high-speed USB device number 114 using xhci_hcd Jul 10 17:39:18 james-pc kernel: usb 1-10: New USB device found, idVendor=07ca, idProduct=c835, bcdDevice= 0.00 Jul 10 17:39:18 james-pc kernel: usb 1-10: New USB device strings: Mfr=1, Product=2, SerialNumber=3 Jul 10 17:39:18 james-pc kernel: usb 1-10: Product: Aver_C835_USB Jul 10 17:39:18 james-pc kernel: usb 1-10: Manufacturer: AVerMedia Tech. Inc. Jul 10 17:39:18 james-pc kernel: usb 1-10: SerialNumber: 202786700314 Jul 10 17:39:18 james-pc mtp-probe[11144]: checking bus 1, device 114: "/sys/devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:14.0/usb1/1-10" Jul 10 17:39:18 james-pc mtp-probe[11144]: bus: 1, device: 114 was not an MTP device Jul 10 17:39:18 james-pc upowerd[6997]: unhandled action 'bind' on /sys/devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:14.0/usb1/1-10 Jul 10 17:39:24 james-pc kernel: usb 1-10: USB disconnect, device number 114 Jul 10 17:39:24 james-pc upowerd[6997]: unhandled action 'unbind' on /sys/devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:14.0/usb1/1-10 

How do I make Ubuntu recognize it as a USB capture device?

Capture wireless traffic in PROMISCUOUS mode (not monitor mode)

I am trying to capture packets from other devices that are connected to the same network as I am. I know the difference between monitor mode and promiscuous mode (explained in this question), but for my purposes I feel that promiscuous mode is more useful.

My problem is, how can I configure a wireless interface to capture the traffic in promiscuous mode?

(FYI: I have already captured traffic in monitor mode, but it’s useless as the traffic is encrypted. Also, I am trying this on a Raspberry Pi 3B+ with Kali linux with Nexmon installed, if that’s any help. However, I can use Raspbian as well, if necessary)

How do I force the built in webcam to capture images at a 160×120 resolution?

I have a Dell XPS 15 (model 9570) running Ubuntu 18.04. It has a built in webcam and I’d like to find a way to force it to capture images at a 160×120 resolution when doing video conferencing (any of Google Meetings, Google Hangouts or Jitsi). I think this probably means doing something at the driver or kernel level because the applications don’t have good enough options for this. Is this possible? How do I do it?


I will shortly be working remotely and want to setup a really simple, really cheap video conferencing setup so I can speak to my children.

This suggests a Raspberry Pi running Chromium in kiosk. The problem is that the pi CPU maxes out trying to decode the high resolution image stream coming from my laptop. The resulting video has a 5-10s lag and skips horribly. They don’t need to see me in high resolution but if I’m to have any hope of capturing their attention it needs to be reasonably fluid and current!

I have also tried manually setting Google Meetings to 320×160 resolution. This still results in 2-4s lag on the pi, although the CPU load is permanently at 100% across all 4 cores.

Other experiments ( have shown that the pi’s camera doesn’t contribute to the lag and also that it is not the pi CPU being throttled due to heat. I’m open to other solutions but I think that the best path is to reduce the load on the pi imposed by the remote party in the call (my laptop).

Reverse proxy for full packet capture

My goal is full packet capture in office so i have to decrypt TSL traffic. I’m testing Reverse proxy on my computer and one client on virtual machine. In example if i run wireshark on my computer then my virtual machine using HTTPS i will read like a plain text. How do i set up that any video tutorial or documentation ? Sorry for bad english

Deducing Lambda Capture Types

I’ve recently found that capturing a const object by value in a lambda, implies that the variable inside the labmda’s body (i.e. the lambda’s data member) is also const.
For example:

const int x = 0; auto foo = [x]{   // x is const int }; 

This behavior is mentioned in ยง in the draft for C++17:

For each entity captured by copy, an unnamed non-static data member is declared in the closure type. The declaration order of these members is unspecified. The type of such a data member is the referenced type if the entity is a reference to an object, an lvalue reference to the referenced function type if the entity is a reference to a function, or the type of the corresponding captured entity otherwise. A member of an anonymous union shall not be captured by copy.

I would expect that deducing type of captured variables will be the same as deducing auto.
Any good reason for having different type-deduction rules for captured types?

Can wireshark can capture the exact payload and end point of API used by my Mobile APP?

I was just wondering if someone having a total control over his/her network, is running my mobile app. Also wireshark is capturing every requests made using the network. My app is calling API Endpoint like and also passing the HTTP parameters.

Can wireshark is capable to capture the network requests like this, Is url is visible?

Also is it possible for someone to track the HTTP parameters I am passing.

Is it plain text if I am not using HTTPS? what is its just HTTP call?

if not using wireshark,is there any other way to capture network calls made by app (android/iOS/PhoneGap/Ionic)?

Searching for strings in live packet capture text file using python

I am performing live packet capture through Tcpdump and saving the result into a simple text file. What I am trying to achieve is to search for two or more strings in packet capture text file. Because packet capture output would never end (until we stop), I am not able to think about control flow of the program that I want to be written using python. One solution for this problem can be apending certain unique keyword after searching upto specific number of lines and then continuing from that keyword next time following same to next set of lines again. This will continue untill we stop packet capture data in flat file.

What I want –

If string1 found : Print “string1 found” If string2 found : Print ” string2 found” : : :