SSLstrip is an attack against mixed HTTP/HTTPS connection where a man-in-the-middle downgrades HTTPS links to HTTP.

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SSLStrip performs DOS

I was trying SSLstrip on my Windows PC as a target since Internet Explorer seems to be the only browser vulnerable to this attack. I deleted all my browsing history and when the site gets stripped to ...
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How do I perform a legal SSL MitM attack for my company?

I have been given a task to test some of our company's security. I have SSL stripped before but on a very basic level and now days with the security is a bit harder. I want to allow all HTTPS traffic ...
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How does bypassing HSTS with SSLSTRIP+ work exactly?

I am doing research on bypassing HSTS. I read this guide on bypassing HSTS using SSLSTRIP+, but there are a few things that I don't understand. First thing to do is to fire up MITMf in SSLstrip+ ...
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Man in the Middle Attack against NTP

So, lately I've been really into penetration testing and learning the nitty-gritty of tech. I'm dong courses on computer architecture, cryptography, surveillance law, and computer networks. I never ...
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sslstrip not stripping any redirected traffic

I am using the following configuration to set up sslstrip sudo echo "1" > /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward sudo iptables -t nat -A PREROUTING -p tcp --destination-port 80 -j REDIRECT --to-port 666 ...
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Preventing SSL strip attack

Is it possible to detect a ssl strip attack by checking whether the page deliverd is https or http using javascript?I am assuming that the response page is https page instead of http?
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Website using http and https

Is there any method to know whether a website is https only or uses http webpages as well?Can it be done without using browsers cache?
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SSLstrip attack on HTTPS request

Can an SSLstrip attack take place even if the client types https:// instead of http:// ? I have read that an attacker can monitor for HTTP requests and redirect them to HTTPS. But I am curious to ...
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HSTS bypass with SSLstrip2 + DNS2proxy

I am trying to understand how to bypass HSTS protection. I've read about tools by LeonardoNve ( https://github.com/LeonardoNve/sslstrip2 and https://github.com/LeonardoNve/dns2proxy ). But I quite ...
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Is there an HSTS equivalent for DNSSec?

Is there any way to set a DNSSec-always policy similar to how HSTS commands Web Browsers to always use HTTPS? This would mitigate a DNSSec-strip attack (similar to SSLStrip) I'm also unclear if this ...
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How do apps tell if there is a problem with ssl?

Email clients and other software use ssl. But what if someone is doing a mitm with sslstrip? how can i tell?
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Does SSL/TLS have the feasibility of detecting malicious things during transmission? [closed]

As per my knowledge the current implementation of SSL/TLS does not have the capability to identify the data is malicious or not during the transmission or before encrypt the data. If its have , kindly ...
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Why is a valid SSL certificate required for SSL-Strip?

From what understand, SSL-Strip sits between the target user and the server, establishing a HTTPS connection between itself and the server, and an unsecured, plain old HTTP channel between itself and ...
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SSLStrip vs HSTS

I've heard about the new SSLStrip and how it is able to bypass HSTS. Where can I find an article that talks about this? How does this work? Where can I download it? Moxie's website has not been ...
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Mitigating SSLStrip by only serving a site over HTTPS?

So I just learned about SSLStrip now--I feel like I'm so late to the game. What I want to know is: If your site only serves content over HTTPS and hard fails on HTTP requests, with no redirect, are ...
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Why is the deprecated SSL 2.0 protocol considered insecure and how can it be exploited?

I am making a presentation to the class about "SSL 2.0 deprecated protocol" and I really have no idea how this exploit is used or how the attacker can use this vul. I understand the impact of this ...
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Does Skype Trump SSLStrip?

I am using SSLStrip against my own computer, but am not being redirected to HTTP. Skype automatically starts up and logs in at my computer's startup, so I was wondering whether the fact that port 80 ...
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How to MiTM SSL on a device with no proxy settings

I'm trying to MiTM a device on my network and having some problems. SSLstrip doesn't work because the URL is https://, and I can't use something like Fiddler because the device has no configurable ...
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sslstrip works with Internet Explorer only?

Ive been playing around with sslstrip, arpspoof and ip_forward. I read about the whole process at: http://www.thoughtcrime.org/software/sslstrip/index.html My goal was to sniff HTTPS connections, ...
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How does SSLstrip work?

I've been reading up on SSLstrip and I'm not 100% sure on my understanding of how it works. A lot of documentation seems to indicate that it simply replaces occurrences of "https" with "http" in ...
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Protecting against SSL Strip [duplicate]

I've read you can attack connections using tools like sslstrip, if you are on the same network. So what ensures that our SSL connections remain safe? Does it depend on the cert strength? Do you ...
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How to secure or (Ensuring Integrity) of Web Data in transit and in store?

Consider (usual scenario) You own a Shopping Cart Website and hosted on Internet, now, your hosting company provides you database to store your data. If talking about security, we need it for: ...
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How Chrome avoids sslstrip?

I'm trying out Moxie's sslstrip tool in my pentester lab. It works in all my VM's but no in all browsers. Firefox and IE are vulnerable but Chrome seems to has a protection against. Anyone know how ...
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Is using “HTTPS everywhere” extension secure?

I would like to know if one should use 'HTTPS everywhere' extension? Is it secure to use it? Are there any better alternatives? HTTPS Everywhere is a Firefox and Chrome extension that encrypts ...
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Is a company website secure against sslstrip if it doesn't use ssl on homepage but ssl everywhere else?

Most ecommerce websites use SSL/TLS when you want to log. But most have homepage using http only. Is it enough to have SSL/TLS on login page and logged page to prevent sslstrip ?
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How to thwart sslstrip attack?

I need help understanding the dynamics of an sslstrip attack. I'm using it to test the security of a site that I own. I can successfully sniff the victim (in this case, myself) credentials over the ...
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Options when defending against SSLstrip?

I'm wondering, does anyone have any suggestions to defend against SSLstrip particularly?