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