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    Z33MAX
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    I was wondering is it possible to conduct MIMT with https websites. I used SSl strip , and it worked only with IE . However with Firefox and Chrome the traffics were flagged as unsafe .

    #25535

    buggy_c0d3r
    Participant

    I’ll tell you more – if the website has only https version (and rejects http like gmail.com and some others do) even sslstrip won’t help. The reason for this is “Diffie-Hellman” key exchange protocol.

    #31020

    Ketil
    Participant

    Hi,
    use ettercap and sslstrip to do Mitm with https 🙂

    #31034

    STARK
    Participant

    Keep in mind that HSTS makes sslstrip essentially useless. You’ll need SSLStrip2.0/sslstrip+

    Check out this interesting write up:
    http://null-byte.wonderhowto.com/how-to/defeating-hsts-and-bypassing-https-with-dns-server-changes-and-mitmf-0162322/

    –STARK

    #31428

    acetolyne
    Participant

    I suggest if you get MITM to use hamster and ferret you can then see what sites they visit and sidejack their sessions if they are logged in to an https site so are you.

    #31470

    ngabret
    Participant

    it’s good info from STARK

    thanks

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