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    Default Grab login credentials on standard html page

    I somewhere remember reading about a backtrack module/program/script that allows someone to grab login credentials from a standard html login page. I need for class demo but can't find it on the backtrack4 distribution.

    I could have read wrong, but something about faking login sites, etc.

    Thanks.

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    Default Re: Grab login credentials on standard html page

    Which kind of class is that?
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    Default Re: Grab login credentials on standard html page

    Hi KMDave -- it's actually a demo I'm giving to non-profits on security awareness. Not that they can defeat this but should be aware of this kind of phishing attempt. It's alongside general awareness such as:

    * examining mail headers and comparing to the potentially spoofed "from" name.
    * examining the URL in the address box to make sure links go where they say they are going
    * and sniffing demo via ettercap for passwords and the need to use encrypted connections.

    Thanks.

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