HookME – API Based TCP Proxy Including SSL

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HookME is an API based TCP Proxy software designed for intercepting communications by hooking the desired process and hooking the API calls for sending and receiving network data (even SSL clear data). HookME provides a nice graphic user interface allowing you to change the packet content in real time, dropping or forwarding the packet.

HookME - API Based TCP Proxy Including SSL

It also has a Python plug-in system to extend the HookME functionality.

Features

It can be used for a lot of purposes such as:

  • Analysing and modifying network protocols
  • Creation of malware or back-doors embedded into network protocols
  • Protocol vulnerability memory patching
  • Firewall at protocol layer
  • As a post-explotation tool

You can download HookME 0.2.1.0b here:

0.2.1.0b.zip

Or read more here.

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