Reading a SPDY packet

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Vimala Tadepalli

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Jan 7, 2015, 6:23:07 PM1/7/15
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Hi,

I am new to SPDY and trying to parse a raw packet of SPDY
Below is the hex of my packet after ssl decryption

80030001010001e400000001000000004000783fe3c6a7c200ca0135fe0000000a000000073a6d6574686f6400000003474554000000053a70617468000000012f000000083a76657273696f6e00000008485454502f312e31000000053a686f73740000000f7777772e796f75747562652e636f6d000000073a736368656d650000000568747470730000000a757365722d616765

I am successfully able to read till "80030001010001e400000001000000004000"

After this before number of name/value pairs (0000000a), there are few values "783fe3c6a7c200ca0135fe"
When i looked at wireshark, it says "header block"
What does this mean?
How do we parse this stream?

Thanks in advance
Vimala

Patrick McManus

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Jan 9, 2015, 5:09:07 PM1/9/15
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On Wed, Jan 7, 2015 at 6:23 PM, Vimala Tadepalli <vim...@gmail.com> wrote:
When i looked at wireshark, it says "header block"
What does this mean?
How do we parse this stream?


(note 2.6.10.1 that tells you it is zlib compressed and the compression state for the block continues for the lifetime of the session)


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