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  1. Re: Browser automatically chooses HTTPS depending upon past usage

    Or maybe I could just refuse "https://facebook.com" altogether and so the user would figure that the SSL side of things is down and so they have to connect by http temporarily.

    Any thoughts?
  2. Re: Browser automatically chooses HTTPS depending upon past usage

    Just thinking there.... maybe an Ettercap filter could be used to do a redirect from "https://*" to "http://*" and then Ettercap could listen on port 666? The filter would send back the redirect...
  3. Browser automatically chooses HTTPS depending upon past usage

    For sniffing decrypted SSL traffic, SSLstrip works very well in conjunction with Ettercap.

    This only works however when the user's web browser requests the web page over port 80 (i.e. as normal...
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    Mission Accomplished

    Mission Accomplished. I've got it working. I'm sniffing WPA traffic on the fly in promiscuous mode using Wireshark.

    Here's how I did it:

    1) I altered the code of Airdecap to get it to read from...
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    Re: Wireshark --- Promiscuous Mode --- WPA

    Spoke too soon... I'm having trouble with the pcap file format.... I've spent too long on it today, I'll leave it til another time. I'm close though, very close.
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    Re: Wireshark --- Promiscuous Mode --- WPA

    Nearly got it done.... about one hour more and I'll have it. Taking a break to have dinner. Then I need to figure out why is segfaulting when calling "getopt_long".... shouldn't take me too long....
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    Re: Wireshark --- Promiscuous Mode --- WPA

    You'd be surpried Deviney, it's not that much work at all altering these programs. I opened up the source code file for Airdecap and I just did a search for "fwrite" because I knew that's the C...
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    Re: Airodump -> Airdecap -> Virtual Network Interface -> Wireshark

    Okey dokey, I've successfully altered the Airdecap code to make it spit frames out on the "lo" interface instead of writing them to a file, and so they're coming up in Wireshark when I listen on...
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    Re: Airodump -> Airdecap -> Virtual Network Interface -> Wireshark

    Actually there's no need to create any sort of virtual interface, I'll just output the frames on the "lo" loopback interface.

    Right I'm gonna download the source code for airdecap-ng and alter it...
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    Airodump -> Airdecap -> Virtual Network Interface -> Wireshark

    I can't for the life of me get Wireshark to sniff in promiscuous mode on a WPA network (even after going into preferences and inputting my WPA passphrase), but I've found a slight work-around.

    1)...
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    Re: Wireshark --- Promiscuous Mode --- WPA

    Really.... ? Anyone..... ?
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    Re: Wireshark --- Promiscuous Mode --- WPA

    Even if what I'm trying to achieve isn't possible, could someone please let me know?
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    Wireshark --- Promiscuous Mode --- WPA

    I'm currently working on the development of an embedded systems device that communicates with the LAN over wifi (it has a simple wifi module on the board that can connect to a WEP or WPA network).
    ...
  14. Re: Offline algorithm to turn an IP4 address into a country name

    OK I'm trying to turn the above C++ code in Java code. Could someone give me a hand please? I'm hopeless at Java. Here's what I have so far:



    import java.io.*;
    import java.util.*;

    class...
  15. Re: Offline algorithm to turn an IP4 address into a country name

    OK I've decided to go with a different strategy. Instead of having a boat load of IF statements, I'm gonna have a class that loads a CSV file into a vector.

    Anyway, first of all, here's the format...
  16. Re: Trying to figure out a program to write. . . . Facebook sniffer?

    Spanner in the works!

    I had Wireshark running just there while I logged into Facebook using normal HTTP, but straight away I saw a TLSv1 packet originate from my computer going towards the...
  17. Re: Offline algorithm to turn an IP4 address into a country name

    Is anyone here handy with Java and Eclipse? (I don't have much experience with them at all, I stick to C and C++).

    I have to do an Interactive Media Design project for college, and the lecturer is...
  18. Re: Offline algorithm to turn an IP4 address into a country name

    Here's the C code. It turns 32-Bit IP address numbers into a two-letter country code:

    http://virjacode.com/ip_address_c_code.txt
  19. Trying to figure out a program to write. . . . Facebook sniffer?

    OK I'm cutting it close to the wire to think of a program to write for fourth year of my Computer Science course.

    All I've decided so far is that it's gonna be a desktop GUI application written in...
  20. Re: Offline algorithm to turn an IP4 address into a country name

    It's grand, I've got all the data I need, now I just have to parse it.

    I'll post it here when I've got it done.
  21. Offline algorithm to turn an IP4 address into a country name

    I'm currently writing a program that will have no access to the internet.

    I need to be able to turn IP4 addresses into country names. (It doesn't have to be 100% accurate). So the code would be...
  22. Re: HOW TO: Set "WIN" key to open gnome-terminal on BT5

    Just as an aside, I really like Guake.

    You hit F12 and a terminal drops down (just like in the game Quake).

    You hit F12 again and it pops back up.
  23. Discussioni: Can't Get IP

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    Re: Can't Get IP

    If you don't know if your access point is running a DHCP server, then it very most likely is. (Otherwise you or somebody else would have had to manually input static IP information into every PC on...
  24. Re: Noob Internet connection problem :) - logging into a public network

    I've never heard of "logging into" a network to get an IP address. Once you're connected to the network you just send a DHCP request. So what's happening? Is there no DHCP request? Is there no DHCP...
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    Re: Chntpw = Goodbye SAM & SYSTEM :(

    Another option would be to edit the "/etc/environment" file and add to the PATH variable.
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