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I am trying to clone a login page with SEToolkit in the latest version of Kali Linux. SEToolkit simply isn't working. I have tried running it with normal user privileges and sudo. I have placed in all the following options

(1) Social-Engineering Attacks

(2) Website Attack Vectors

(3) Credential Harvester Attack Method

(2) Site Cloner

I placed in all of the necessary information afterward. This is the only message I receive

[] You may need to copy /var/www/ into /var/www/html depending on where your directory structure is.

Press {return} if you understand what we're saying here.

[*] The Social-Engineer Toolkit Credential Harvester Attack

[*] Credential Harvester is running on port 80

[*] Information will be displayed to you as it arrives below:

It just hangs after that. I am expecting tons of information to fly across the terminal screen, but nothing happens. I checked the /www/var/ directory as well as the HTML directory and nothing is populating.

This is a very straightforward tool and I have had no problems with it in the past. I do in fact have internet and I can, in fact, access the login page of the site I am attempting to clone. I attempted to clone multiple sites with the same results. I don't know what other criteria is necessary for this process to work as expected. How can I further diagnose this issue? What else can I check?

EDIT: I had to stop apache2. SEToolkit does NOT use Apache. It uses its own HTTP daemon. I had to Google how to turn apache ON in the config file. Please mark this as solved.

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    "Please mark this as solved." - There is no such thing as marking the question as solved. Either it has an answer or not. In case of an answer the OP should mark the answer as accepted. If you don't think the question is worth to keep just delete the question. – Steffen Ullrich Nov 11 '18 at 5:58
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    I prefer not to. I googled the question and literally no one has asked this. It is common sense to think that apache needs to be started first. For that reason I want this post to be discovered by the next person who will have the exact same problem. – user21303 Nov 11 '18 at 6:01
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I had to stop apache2. SEToolkit does NOT use Apache. It uses it's own HTTP daemon. I had to Google how to turn apache ON in the config file. Please mark this as solved.

  • FYI for the answer, to turn it off is: service apache2 stop – Alex Probert Jan 10 at 9:02

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