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Hello All,

I'm going to ask a question that I understand my be far too vague to answer so I'm hoping for just a general idea of where to go, nothing more.

I'm capturing raw packets via C# which works great for me so far. What I intend to do is parse packets that contain POP3 e-mails and I'm also planning on parsing web-based e-mail clients (such as hotmail and others by parsing the html code) so that I can write some filters / spam features to my program. Unfortunately, I have very little clue as to how to handle this kind of information when it's encrypted with SSL.

I know you need to retrieve particular information regarding the handshake, for example, and key/pair values depending on what kind of SSL is being used (my understanding is that there is no one set SSL method) but that's all I've been able to determine so far.

I just need a pointer in the right direction as to how to decrypt SSL packets so that I can parse those as well.

Feel free to point out any other flaws you may see.

Thank you everyone.
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