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    Default Re: Script for sniffing traffic.

    It's been a while I didn't test it, so the parser might be out of date but I doubt it. Gmail enforces https connections, so by definition, sslstrip can't get anything from it. I'll test when I have time (probably early july I think...) but I'm pretty sure it all comes down to this.
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    Thanks for your answer. I'll be waiting and continue to testing

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    Really good script ComaX, i've used it alot and it never seems to fail me!
    There were some small bugs last time I used it but nothing important really, keep the good work up!

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    gmail defaults to https and on most browser cant be worked around. Sorry...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ShadowMaster View Post
    gmail defaults to https and on most browser cant be worked around. Sorry...
    Thanks for confirming Other sites should take the example and do the same. At least the important website like banks, FB, and the like. I find it intolerable that an online banking service doesn't require and MD5 hash to be transmitted on an https-only connection ; enabling anyone with a computer to hack about.
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    Very true. btw comaX can you do some small update to confirm the fix of the updating bug I found. THere have been no updates as of then, therefore I can't confirm...
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    Yes I remember you talking about that, ans I checked my code but didn't notice anything weird or not working during tests... Could you tell me again what was wrong and if it still is so that I can check specifically for that ? I now have time on my hands, so I should be more active in case of requests and all !

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    It said no update was available yet there were several updates that should have been. So it was improperly connecting or something. It got the MoTD but not the new update...
    You said it was fixed, but I was unable to confirm.
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    Default Re: Script for sniffing traffic.

    Quote Originally Posted by ShadowMaster View Post
    It said no update was available yet there were several updates that should have been. So it was improperly connecting or something. It got the MoTD but not the new update...
    You said it was fixed, but I was unable to confirm.
    Oh yeah, that was because of a bad cron table on my server that didn't update the "version" file correctly. Now it should be all good !
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    Cool. Thanks.
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