I don't know if this is the right forum for this kind of question.
I was trying to intercept traffic from Twitter for Android app and for that I needed to bypass the SSL pin they implemented. Basically I was following this tutorial and I got it to work.... sort of:
Spawned `com.twitter.android`. Resuming main thread! [Android Emulator 5554::com.twitter.android]-> [.] Cert Pinning Bypass/Re-Pinning [+] Loading our CA... [o] Our CA Info: O=mitmproxy, CN=mitmproxy [+] Creating a KeyStore for our CA... [+] Creating a TrustManager that trusts the CA in our KeyStore... [+] Our TrustManager is ready... [+] Hijacking SSLContext methods now... [-] Waiting for the app to invoke SSLContext.init()... [o] App invoked javax.net.ssl.SSLContext.init... [+] SSLContext initialized with our custom TrustManager! [o] App invoked javax.net.ssl.SSLContext.init... [+] SSLContext initialized with our custom TrustManager!
but now whenever I try to login I get a Toast saying
You've exceeded the number of attempts. Please try again later.
I also get
api_error_code=243 in mitmproxy saying that I should try again in an hour.
The issue is that I did this yesterday and when I tried today I still get the same error.
Does anybody know what might be the issue?