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Bettercap 2.x SSLStrip Is Not Converting Links

I posted this before. I am creating a new post because of all the changes I would need to [edit] out. I have the latest version of bettercap. I have the latest version of Kali Linux using the latest ...
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Bettercap 2.x SSLStrip Is Not Breaking TLS (Without HSTS)

I have the latest version of bettercap. I have the latest version of Kali linux using the latest version of VirtualBox on the latest version of Windows 10. My target machine is the lowest possible ...
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ESNI (Encrypted Server Network Identification) with HTTP CONNECT (HTTP Proxy)

Regarding ESNI RFC (https://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-ietf-tls-esni-02) it copes with many possible security vulnerabilities. However I'm interested how is it supposed to prevent confidential ...
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Protect app from Http Proxy like Charles [duplicate]

I am using https request for web API in my app. But I know Charles allowed to access https request also, via install root certificates on device. So, someone downloaded the app from PlayStore and ...
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How does proxylist sites discover new proxy?

I always got proxies from proxylist websites but I never asked me how these sites discover new proxy. So how?
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Risk in having the PAC file in a server with no authorisation

So basically I’ve put my PAC-file under a non-secure web server with no authentication whatsoever in my organization. Later, I found out that there have been many attacks using this file type in other ...
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Would a reverse-proxy authentication server be a secure setup?

I work at a small consultancy and we often make web apps for our clients. One part of the web app that is often repetitive to write is the authentication system. In a lot of our web apps we would ...
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Burpsuite: just passthrough firefox detect portal

When I enable Burpsuite's Proxy I continiously get http GET requests for firefox's detectportal as seen in the following image: How I can configure it to somehow just pass though theese requests ...
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How SSL/TLS handshake happens when we use Cloudflare Service?

I was reading about the offerings of the Cloudflare and then I read about the working of Cloudflare. Based on my understanding, the domain name of my website(alice.com) is resolved to the IP address ...
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Concerns when passing all OPTIONS requests through authorization proxy gateway

I have a React based application which uses RESTful services on backend distributed on private network. To communicate with such services using AJAX, client application sends all its request through ...
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How to capture HTTP Traffic if the application uses Automatic Configuration Script?

I am testing an application that requires "Automatic configuration script" to be configured in web browser. How can i intercept HTTP traffic in such case. I am aware of temper data add-on but is ...
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POST Request to Server

Assume that a user logged in to a webpage with their own account, then makes a POST request and captures it. With some modification to the captured request, it is being executed. Sure. It goes through ...
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Node.js http-proxy-middleware: secure connection between servers

I have a back-end and a front-end application which are running on two different servers (hosts). To prevent using CORS and simplify the communication, I would like to serve the static front-end with ...
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Server is returning an unrecognized error message?

I've received reports of a strange error message (over HTTPS) that is not a part of my web application. The only thing I can think of is that it's coming from a proxy server. Is that possible? Can a ...
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AnalogX Proxy on Windows: Would it be possible to make it secured? [closed]

I am using AnalogX Proxy Server to share my internet connection, my question is, would it be possible or does this software supports authentication? I mean, connecting to the proxy will require login ...
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How to generate / sign ssl certificate for intermediate proxy

I am developing an intermediate http proxy in Ubuntu 14, and I use gnutls for tls/ssl. So far I am able to access any http sites, one side browser, then my intermediate proxy and other side original ...
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Monitor HTTP requests in a TLS transaction

I want to know if there is a way to monitor the size and time taken for an HTTP request in a TLS transaction using a proxy or other network traffic inspection tool. Note that I do not want to inspect ...
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Certificate chain differs depending upon what network I use to reach an app

We have built an application on Heroku.com for an enterprise customer, and when the customer reaches the site via their normal internal network, they get an SSL certificate warning in their browser, ...
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How does mobile free internet bypass works? (UBT / FBT)

I have encountered a mobile application named "HTTP Injector" which lets you get free internet access (UBT / FBT). The process to get it work and receive free internet seems to be as follows: ...
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ARP poisoning HTTP(S) mobile traffic

I'm working on a mobile app security test. This app communicates with a webservice and I'm trying to intercept the traffic between them. I've already accomplished this by setting my HTTP proxy as a ...
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Can I use CloudFlare if I want to avoid NSA and FISA secret orders? [closed]

We're running a web service in Europe, secured with TLS and we're using private keys generated on our private hardware. We would like to use CloudFlare for DDoS protection and caching reverse proxy. ...
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Proxying Requests through Python and Burpsuite not working

I have BurpSuite configured as a proxy. I have generated and installed a certificate for Burp in my Mac's keychain. On a Kali box I have also configured Iceweasel to proxy through my Burp Proxy ...
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Disable or bypass SSL Pinning/Certificate Pinning on Android 6.0.1

Previously I have been able to bypass SSL Pinning by using the program JustTrustMe with the Xposed framework for nearly every app. https://github.com/Fuzion24/JustTrustMe However it has started to ...
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How to export decrypted https traffic from mitm proxy

I am using mitm proxy in order to intercept https traffic to an android device and it seems to work great. I downloaded and installed the certificate from mitm.it when the android emulator's internet ...
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How can I see if a site supports HTTPS? [closed]

I have a classic C forking proxy in my LAN; now that I know "how to socket", I'd like to grant some privacy to it. For instance, the browser extension HTTPS Everywhere (from its Wikipedia page), ...
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Authentication helpers for tunneling through an HTTP proxy?

corkscrew is quite good for tunning SSH through an HTTP proxy. However, it only supports basic authentication. Have other people developed similar software supporting other types of authentications? ...
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Working of SSH connection through Proxy

I have to configure my web browser's proxy to 172.18.10.1:3128 every time I want to connect to internet from my college. Since I'm configuring a web browser's proxy, I believe that the proxy is a "...
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How does a router calculate the amount of data used per device?

I'm using WiFi of the firm I work for and they only allow an employee to use 30 GBs of data in a month. Now, based on the answer to this question, I wonder if I encrypt my traffic, would the firm ...
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Nmap through Burp ¿?

I know nmap and burp work at different levels, but in the same way, metasploit allows to set either an http or socks4 proxy, and I know and have used proxychains with Burp also. But what I want is to ...
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Block to record http requests using recorder

When I log into any website, I can record all calls while login using jmeter test script recorder or Burp suite but when I try to record calls from face book, it gives me following message on browser. ...
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Intercept traffic other than port 80 and 443 on burp suite

I am trying to intercept traffic on port 8000. For example my application is running on abc.com:8000. I am unable to intercept this traffic on burp suite. How can I intercept this traffic in Burp?
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Does a continuously freshly installed proxy server increase security?

If a small number of physical servers are used to run an OS and reverse proxy purely in RAM and have no storage, and they are rebooted/re-initiated in relay every X minutes - so that changes to the ...
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Is a proxy server using Squid / Squid Guard (or something similar) necessary if you're running a kiosk network?

When setting up a Kiosk network, one that you're using so that people can access a single website, shouldn't you use a proxy server that uses Squid or Squid Guard (or some sort of proxy) to limit the ...
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httpoxy - does TLS/SSL mitigate the vulnerability of HTTP Proxy header?

There's a new fancy-named, branded vulnerability called HTTPOXY. My question here: Are sites served via TLS also affected? Or is this an issue only for HTTP sites (unencrypted communication channel)? ...
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Making My Cache Work and Not Theirs: Blacklist for Blocking Caching Sites with Squidguard?

Is there a Squid Guard blacklist (assuming SSL decryption and inspection) that will block caching websites like Google Cache, Google Translate, and the Internet Wayback Machine?
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Is it possible to lock down the http / https proxy settings on a Windows Phone?

Is there any way to lock down the proxy settings on a Windows Phone so that they can't be changed by anyone but the person with the password?
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Is it possible to lock down the http / https proxy settings on an Android phone?

Is there any way to lock down the proxy settings on an Android Phone so that they can't be changed by anyone but the person with the password?
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Is it possible to lock down the http / https proxy settings on an iPhone?

Is there any way to lock down the proxy settings on an iPhone so that they can't be changed by anyone but the person with the password?
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How does firewall differentiate between browsing and downloading?

The firewall installed at my college's router allows me to surf the internet but never allows me to download any package that has a size more than 100mb. I wonder how exactly does it differentiate ...
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Prevent external script from loading using Burp

I am using free edition of Burp Suite to analyze some requests. Suppose, website is https://www.example.com. Now, there is a javascript file in https://www.example.com/templates/scripts/xyz.js. I ...
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Is it possible to utilize an outbound proxy to upgrade to TLS

Given a situation where legacy technology exists from a system and we don't want to do a complete upgrade (.net in this case w/ version that doesn't have any support for TLS 1.1/1.2) as the product ...
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Reverse Proxy + WAF

AS part of network design, I am implementing a HTTP Reverse proxy as well as a WAF. The HTTP Proxy, I am thinking about terminating SSL, on either the outer firewall - so the WAF can insect the layer ...
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proxies do not render HTTPS pages with javascript correctly [closed]

In technical terms, how come all proxies fail to display https pages (e.g. Facebook) correctly? The use of javascript is almost always disabled. The problem is in https? Can someone technically ...
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Are future TLS versions going to prevent traffic inspection?

Nowadays it is possible to inspect (unencrypt) TLS (HTTPS) traffic inside an organization. The mechanism consists in using a root CA that is configured in the web client and a network device that ...
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Restricting access to “hacking” sites and tools

I tried following a link from a post on this site and discovered that insecure.org is blocked by our internet proxy. What are the potential benefits and risks of allowing access to such sites to ...
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How do Lync and SSL inspection play together?

Whitelisting all Lync hostnames is cumbersome. Globally deactivating SSL inspection is undesirable. At a place I work for, they have SSL-inspection enabled on their proxy. All traffic to the Internet ...
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HTTP Response splitting - is it browser caching or server caching issue?

I am trying to wrap my head around HTTP Response splitting. Although using WebGoat etc. I was able to learn how to do it in practice, but I guess I am still confused with some very fundamental ...
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How to configure proxy settings of cellular internet for burp

I am pen testing an android app and using tethering to connect my phone to my laptop. I configured the access point settings as proxy = ipv4 address of my laptop and port = port on which burp is ...
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HTTP Caching Headers: private vs no-cache

We're currently reviewing our set of "no-cache" security headers: Cache-Control "no-cache, no-store, must-revalidate Pragma "no-cache" Expires 0 Besides the "standard" set above, I found this ...
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How does Facebook really identify requests?

Today I have discovered something very strange. It seems like Facebook is playing some kind of unfair game for identifying one's online identity. So, here is what I have done: I have a regular ...