in this "video" I tested an old script to sniff passwords used in BT4 (THANKS to the author ***gHero ***) """adjusted""" for BT5-r1gnome32
I make a little test with the new version of ettercap 0.7.4-lazarus (installed NOT TO REPOSITORY ) "" WAITING for the official version of backtrack-team ""
I found a great site that make a tutorial (working for me) to test installation of new ettercap in BT5-r1:
for the great script by gHero (""remodeled"" by me [:)copying by others will not know if it correctly! :)] ":
if you want to watch a video:
sorry for video-quality(off center) thanks zimmaro the GOAT
i'm testing now
on kde 32 bt5r1 hdd install
-work perfect ettercap 0.7.4-lazarus+sslstrip to sniff https!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
-my "remodeled script"now don't work in kde! use single commands bash!!!
-during installation (kde32)NOT needed apt-get install libgtk2.0-dev libpango1.0-dev (default my kde have)
-remember the etter.conf is in /usr/local/share/videojack/etter.conf
the only thing I do not understand (apart from the rest !!!:))
whi etter.conf work BEAUTIFUL with???
ec_uid = 65534 # nobody is the default
ec_gid = 65534 # nobody is the default
for those who are interested in:
I'm testing now on-bt5r1 kde64 hdd install
- instalation work-fine
- sniffing-https with sslstrip (shell commands) WORKFINE!
bt5r1kde64 (attacker)>>> wifi>>> ROUTER>>> LAN>>> win7 (victim)
- the only different (and I do not know why!) the new etter.conf is locate in:
/ usr / local / etc / etter.conf
- Work with ec_uid & ec_gid= 65534
-- &&&&.... if I SMOKE too much work with have......." # " redirect line??:)
I have not smoked today!:)
confirm full (after 1000 tests)
-l 'etter.conf (in my bt5r1) is located in / usr / local / etc / etter.conf
(the others [/ etc / etter.conf & / usr / local / share / videojack / etter.conf]) I think those are "old installed" and do not respond to any changes (ec_uid ec_gid & & # redirect line .... "
-the best condition (for me) for DON'T have NOTHING PROBLEMS of SSL-certificate is the default with the "privs" to 65534 and # redirect ...... lines [without touching anything!]
I think it "strange" has anyone tried??