Echo Mirage – A Generic Network Proxy

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Echo Mirage is a generic network proxy. It uses DLL injection and function hooking to redirect network related function calls so that data transmitted and received by local applications can be observed and modified.

Think of it as Odysseus (or Burp, if you prefer) that will proxy (almost) anything…

Windows encryption and OpenSSL functions are also hooked so that the plain text of data being sent and received over an encrypted session is also available.

Echo Mirage tries to be smart with the OpenSSL calls by monitoring ssl_set_fd() and ssl_connect() to determine when SSL is in use on a particular socket. When SSL is in use the encrypted stream is ignored and only the unencrypted data is processed. This doesn’t work for the windows SSL stuff because that functions in an entirely different way…

Traffic can be intercepted in real-time, or manipulated with regular expressions and action scripts.

Changes Since 1.0

  • Hooked RecvFrom, SendTo, WSAConnect, WSASend, WSASendTo and WSARecvFrom.
  • Fixed intermittent crash on uninject.
  • Fixed intermittent crash in thread termination.

You can download Echo Mirage here:

http://www.bindshell.net/tools/echomirage/

Posted in: Hacking Tools, Networking Hacking, Web Hacking

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