SSLyze is a Fast and Full-Featured SSL Scanner – it enables Better, faster scanning to analyze the configuration of SSL servers. Supports cipher suites scanning, insecure renegotiation verification, session resumption testing, client certificates, and more. Tested on Python 2.6 & 2.7 with Ubuntu and Windows 7, both 32 and 64 bits. Might work on other […]
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Transport Layer Security (TLS), commonly called SSL, is one of the most widely used protocols to secure network communications. As costs fall and user security and privacy expectations rise companies are deploying it more widely every year. Attacks against the CA system, SSL implementation flaws and aging protocol versions have grabbed news headlines, bringing attention […]
It’s been a while since the last sslsniff release back in August 2009 with version 0.6 – sslsniff v0.6 Released – SSL MITM Tool. Version 0.7 was finally released earlier in the year in April – so here it is. This tool was originally written to demonstrate and exploit IE’s vulnerability to a specific “basicConstraints” […]
sslsnoop dumps live session keys from openssh and can also decrypt the traffic on the fly. Works if scapy doesn’t drop packets. using pcap instead of SOCK_RAW helps a lot now. Works better on interactive traffic with no traffic at the time of the ptrace. It follows the flow, after that. Dumps one file by […]
When this SSL Renegotiation bug hit the news, most people said it was a theoretical attack and was of no practical use in the real world. But then people tend to say that about most things don’t they until they get pwned up the face. It turns out the rather obscure SSL flaw can be […]
This tool was originally written to demonstrate and exploit IE’s vulnerability to a specific “basicConstraints” man-in-the-middle attack. While Microsoft has since fixed the vulnerability that allowed leaf certificates to act as signing certificates, this tool is still occasionally useful for other purposes. It is designed to MITM all SSL connections on a LAN and dynamically […]
This tool provides a demonstration of the HTTPS stripping attacks that was presented at Black Hat DC 2009. It will transparently hijack HTTP traffic on a network, watch for HTTPS links and redirects, then map those links into either look-alike HTTP links or homograph-similar HTTPS links. It also supports modes for supplying a favicon which […]