and the data that is being sent is "Château".
But, what is "Château"? How could you be sure of that? Well, use an hexdumper for that, for example vim's xxd:
$ echo -n Château |xxd
0000000: 4368 c3a2 7465 6175 Ch..teau
What you specifically need then, is dumping your log file:
$ grep 'teau\b' /path/to/log |xxd |less
(Please treat my english text just like Perl code, i.e. feel free to notify me of any syntax, grammar, style and/or spelling errors. Thank you!).
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