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    Default sslstrip.log

    Hello guys, i have a question.

    I simulated an hacking process to my tutorial. I wrote about arp spoofing and ssl traspassing and I used sslstrip and arpspoof for this matter, i used two virtual machines for this, one running windows XP and another using Backtrack 5 R1 well i spoofed the routers mac and then all packets redirected to the router would pass by the bt machine first, well i have managed to get the password. But i have a problem reading the log.

    My password have numbers, letters and a "," character. And what happens is that my password in the sslstrip.log appears like passwd=12345%2Cabcd. The %2C is where i have the "," character. Anyone knows how can i get the password to appear normal or characters like "," are not supported by this software. Thanks

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    Default Re: sslstrip.log

    That's normal, for being transmitted, the comma is "translated" in hex. You can use tr for instance. But think of a bigger picture, and you'd need any char to be translated, that would just be a bore. So just report to an ASCII table
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