Part 1: Capture and Display filters (worth 10%) Discussion: Capture filters can be used in Wireshark to limit the network traffic that is captured by Wireshark. In a similar way to capture filters Wireshark’s display filters can be used to limit the amount of data that is displayed by Wireshark. Requirements In part 1 you are required to investigate language used to create Wireshark capture and display filters. Your discussion should describe the different primitives used in Wireshark filters and explain is simple terms what the primitives mean. To demonstrate your understanding of the Wireshark filter language you are required to capture and include at least 6 Wireshark screenshots that demonstrate different features of Wireshark’s capture or display filters language. Each screenshot should be accompanied with a discussion of the screenshot and the associated filters used to capture it. Your report should be sufficiently detailed to enable a reader of your report to create and use a range of Wireshark’s filter options. Part 2: Statistics tab options (worth 5%) Discussion: The Wireshark statistics tab has many advanced options available for analysis of network traffic. Requirements You are required to choose any three options from the statistics tab and fully explain each options function. Your report should demonstrate the functionality of your chosen options and explain how each option could be used for the analysis of network traffic. Your report should include at least 3 Wireshark screen shots in this section of your report. In this section you may capture traffic yourself or obtain capture files from the Internet. Report length Part 1 of the report should be a minimum of 5 A4 sides of content. This includes text and screenshots. Part 2 of the report should be a minimum of 3 A4 sides of content. This includes text and screenshots.