Background My university uses an authenticated (squid) HTTP proxy server for accessing the internet. There are a few reasons for this: They want to track misuse of the connection Our university ...
It's recently been in the news that some Nokia phones proxy all traffic, including SSL connections, through a Nokia proxy. This is effectively an "institutional MITM" attack on users those phones. ...
How can end-users detect malicious attempts at SSL spoofing when the network already has an authorized SSL proxy?
I'm working on one client's network where they have enabled HTTPS authority spoofing on their proxy. This allows them to effectively perform a man-in-the-middle attack to decipher all outgoing ...
I always thought that if I had an SSL connection there would be no MITM attacks. Now it appears that isn't true (see comments in this question Is it okay from a security perspective to read foreign ...
I'm doing some research into the privacy of various iOS applications. My main source of data is via wireshark or Burp (HTTP/S proxy). This has been rather sucessfull for MiTM for decrypting HTTPS ...