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2answers
54 views

Force connected devices to use http rather than https

I am very new to MITM attacks and have been faffing around on my home network today.. When sniffing my iPhone trying to connect to some mail accounts I have noticed that it shows a message stating ...
2
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1answer
61 views

Search for user credentials within a packet capture of a gmail session over SPDY

I was reading this paper on SSL/TLS from the SANS Reading Room on how to capture and decrypt your own SSL traffic with Wireshark. I wanted to capture the credentials used to login to gmail. When the ...
10
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5answers
2k views

Why can't I decrypt SSL traffic with the client's private key only?

I have found that I can decrypt SSL traffic in Wireshark with the server's private key. Why isn't the client's private key enough to decrypt SSL traffic?
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0answers
57 views

I Need Wireshark Confirmation on Full Implementation of SSL for YouTube

I've just noticed today that YouTube have implemented SSL over the entire service (including video transfer). I've analyzed the partial SSL YouTube had before and it encrypted the video request but ...
2
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1answer
183 views

Capturing iTunes traffic with Wireshark - SSL decryption question

I'm fooling around with Wireshark to capture the activation packets for an iPhone and some other stuff, however the traffic is encrypted. There should be a private SSL key somewhere on my computer to ...
1
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3answers
656 views

How to get private key used to decrypt HTTPS traffic sent and received from my own browser with wireshark

I am working with a website that sends API requests. I would like to write a client to make the requests myself, but in order to do so I would need to first see the request payloads. However, the ...
2
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2answers
303 views

How to sniff email with https on Windows? [closed]

I am working now on Windows 7 and I want to see if I can sniff an email content on it with Wireshark. So all right with http but with https I can't at this moment and I don't understand how. You ...
3
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1answer
426 views

SSL/TLS version switch over reason

I'm studying the SSL/TLS protocol, more specifically its handshake. I know that initially, a client sends a Client Hello message to the server which includes the TLS version supported by the client. ...
2
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1answer
347 views

Why is the SSL handshake not shown in Wireshark?

I am trying to figure out if some Android applications with login functions are vulnerable to man in the middle attacks or not. I have set up a MITM proxy (as an attacker) on my lubuntu machine and ...
1
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2answers
821 views

Sniffing From Squid SSL

I created a Squid proxy and a self-signed SSL certificate. The SSL certificate on the server is a private certificate linked to the ssl-bump feature. I am using tshark to dump the SSL traffic, but I ...
6
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3answers
420 views

How to fuzz proprietary protocol over SSL?

I'm doing vulnerability research on a client/server architecture that uses a custom proprietary protocol sent over SSL (port 443). I need to be able to intercept the traffic, and be able to view it in ...
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1answer
326 views

Wireshark Decode HTTPS Root Certificate

I'm currently dealing with a "Sniffy" java application. Well I can see it connecting to some kind of server using HTTPS. I would like to see what its sending or getting over HTTPS. i have read some ...
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2answers
6k views

Decrypting TLS in Wireshark when using DHE_RSA ciphersuites

How can I decrypt TLS messages when an ephemeral Diffie-Hellman ciphersuite is used? I am able to expose the premaster secret and master secret from the SSL Client. Using that, how to decrypt the ...