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Events are the link between parsing protocols and doing something useful with the result. The events will describe what happened on a protocol level with as much details as possible.
Some events have one or more payload associated to them. For example, an HTTP request has a payload associated to it when the server returns the content of a web page. It might also have another payload associated if the client sends some information via a POST request.
Here is a list of all the events :
|arp_new_sta||analyzer arp||no||New station found.|
|arp_sta_changed||analyzer arp||no||Station MAC address changed.|
|http_query||protocol http||no||Contains all the information about an HTTP query made by a client to a server.|
|http_response||protocol http||no||Contains all the information about an HTTP response sent to a client by a server.|