19 September 2008 | 9,315 views

Surf Jack – Cookie Session Stealing Tool

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A tool which allows one to hijack HTTP connections to steal cookies – even ones on HTTPS sites! Works on both Wifi (monitor mode) and Ethernet.

Features:

  • Does Wireless injection when the NIC is in monitor mode
  • Supports Ethernet
  • Support for WEP (when the NIC is in monitor mode)

Known issues:

  • Sometimes the victim is not redirected correctly (particularly seen when targeting Gmail)
  • Cannot stop the tool via a simple Control^C. This is a problem with the proxy

Requires:

You can download Surf Jack here:

surfjack-0.2b.zip

Or read more here.



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2 Responses to “Surf Jack – Cookie Session Stealing Tool”

  1. SpikyHead 21 September 2008 at 6:50 am Permalink

    Well have used almost every tool based on Scapy and realy liked it. So should check this one out too..

    Moreover, It seems like a very useful tool…

  2. Goodpeople 22 September 2008 at 7:17 am Permalink

    It’s fairly easy to program you way around threats like this. Just include the destination MAC address in the cookie when you send it out (encrypted of course) and check it against the originating MAC address while reading the cookie back in..