I have been messing around with Cain and Able and used APR on another computer (also mine) to get a hashed version of my username and password for my yahoo e-mail account, but I seem to be lost as to what to do next. I know that I need to crack the encryption on the password, but when I right-click on the hash and click on "Send to Cracker," it is not there when I go to the cracker part of the program. Therefore, I would like to know:
- Is there a particular name for the type of encryption employed by SSL (I think it may be AES, but I am not sure)
- Is Cain malfunctioning, or am I doing something wrong?
- Are there any other programs I can access that can crack SSL? (With a dictionary attack)
I am not super picky, but I would prefer something with a GUI.
*I know it is simpler to use SSLStrip in conjunction with wireshark, but I am challenging myself to keep everything on Windows.