|Main Archive Page > Month Archives > wireshark-dev archives|
Bill Meier wrote:
> Kaul wrote:
>> On Mon, May 3, 2010 at 4:47 PM, Anders Broman <firstname.lastname@example.org>wrote:
>>> Note that packet-kerberos-template.c isn't used to generate
>>> packet-kerberos.c currently, I would guess
>>> that the info in packet-kerberos-template.c is copied from the current hand
>>> written dissector.
>> Yes, I've just discovered that. And indeed, changing the value in
>> packet-kerberos.c seems to solve the issue.
> When I looked at this some time back, I convinced myself (ISTR via
> testing) that the 'dissect_ber_integer' in 'dissect_krb5_PA_DATA_type'
> returned a 32-bit 'FFFFFF80' for a KRB5_PA_PAC_REQUEST byte of 0x80.
> The same appeared to also be true for KRB5_PA_S4U2SELF &
> Can you supply a capture so I can look into this ???
> (Maybe the best way is to create a bug report and attach a capture file.
> You can mark the attachment as private if needed).
PS: remembering a bit more:
This was my attempt to fix bug #4363.
Suggestions are welcome as to a better fix ....
Sent via: Wireshark-dev mailing list <email@example.com>