If you don’t already know, one of CloudShark’s main features is the ability to manage RSA keys and allow those keys to be used to decrypt SSL traffic, allowing users to view encrypted data without ever having to give out your RSA keys.
But what about other types of encryption? We were recently approached about support for Kerberos in CloudShark captures. CloudShark can actually support the decryption of Kerberos encrypted data using the Wireshark preferences file that we showed you before for fixing your RTP decode settings.
Our support team shows you the steps, and gives you an example capture and keytab file here.