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On Windows, USBPcap is the capture driver for USB. What does the output of command line command USBPcapCMD.exe show, it should be a list of USB devices as illustrated here? If it doesn't then you should raise an issue at the USBPcap project site. If the command does show a list of devices, what does tshark -D display?

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USBPcap - USB Packet capture for Windows. USBPcap is an open-source USB sniffer for Windows. Digitally signed installer for Windows 7, 8 and 10, both x86 and x64 is available at Github. After installation you must restart your computer. USBPcap support was commited in revision 48847 (Wireshark #8503). Download USBPcap - An easy to configure traffic packet capturing application that can be used with any USB device, enabling you to save the monitoring results to a PCAP file.

USBPcap, free download. USBPcap USBPcap is an open source traffic packet capturing tool that can be used with any USB device. You can specify the devices you want to monitor and save the results to a PCAP file. How do you login into your Windows 10 Pro 64-Bit, computer if the USB Keyboard and Mouse have been rendered inoperative by this rouge installation. I have been on the phone with both Dell and Microsoft for hours and we cannot seem to find a fix.

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Get USBPcap source code

USBPcap uses Git Version Control System.

Browse online

You can browse through the source code repository as well as view previous revisions and changes at

Using git (Recommended)

You can get the latest Wireshark source code using the Git version control system.

To download complete repository use the git clone command:

Contribute Code

If you have changes you want included in USBPcap fork the code at github and file pull request. If you do not want to use github and have your own git repository available on the internet you can also email me the pull request at desowin [at] gmail [dot] com.

Setting up build environment

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To compile USBPcap for Windows XP, Vista and 7 you need to download and install Windows Driver Kit 7.1.0.

If you also want to compile for Windows 8, you must have Visual Studio 2012 Professional or above and install Windows Driver Kit 8.

In order to build installer you need to download NSIS 2.46 or newer. Note that x86 NSIS will produce installer working on both 32-bit and 64-bit systems.

All tools should be installed in their default install locations. If you want to change installation directory you would have to change USBPcap build scripts.

Compiling USBPcap

To build USBPcap release files simply execute the build_release.bat file. Please note that by default the release files will be TESTSIGNED using USBPcap test key. If you have valid certificate that can be used for signing drivers (see Kernel-Mode Code Signing Walkthrough) edit the config.bat file and change the _USBPCAP_SIGN_OPTS.


When installing TESTSIGNED release on 64-bit Windows you will be notified about unsigned driver shortly after installation. To make the driver work you must enable the TESTSIGNING to boot into Test Mode.
To enable testsigning issue following command (in administrator command line):

Building USBPcap installer

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After compiling USBPcap release files execute nsisbuild_installer.bat to build installer. Uninstaller will be signed with key used for driver signing. Installer will not be signed, if you want to have it signed, you should do so manually.

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Download Usbpcap Driver Windows 7

As some of you might already know the USBPcap [1] project was released
recently. This project can be used together with Wireshark in order to
analyse USB traffic on Windows without resorting to the use of Virtual
Currently the live capture can be done on 'standard input' capture basis:
you write a magic command in cmd.exe and you get the Wireshark to capture
raw USB traffic on Windows.
Unfortunately, on 64-bit versions of Windows, all drivers (that includes
USBPcap filter driver which captures the raw USB data) have to be digitally
signed. There is a USBPcap donation fund [2] running that collects money
towards code signing certificate. If you like the idea of capturing raw USB
traffic on Windows, please consider throwing a few bucks into the fund.
In further development I will try to get the USBPcap as tightly integrated
into Wireshark as possible. Currently you can download patched version from
the project website.