I am developing a security information lab.
My Kali notebook is connected to my regular wifi (this is my Internet source) and the eth0 is connected in the LAN interface of a wireless router (this is the Victim's Wifi).
The wireless router's DHCP is disabled, I've configured the Kali DNSMASQ to distribute the IP configuration.
When someone connects to this wireless network, it will get an IP and use Kali as the default gateway to browse the web, since I use a proxy like Burp, Squid, or enable the IPV4 Forwarding + Masquerade.
Now I want to do a MITM attack to decrypt HTTPS traffic.
I was trying to use SSLStrip Plus, Bettercap, MITM Proxy, and I am not able to get the traffic without changing the SSL certificate or doing spoofing.
Since I control the default gateway, is there a better way to do the MITM without changing the victim's browser?