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  1. Ok, for some time I have been wondering if it would be possible to clean up the sslstrip logfile a bit to make it easier to read. I first tried some simple grep commands to just get the lines I wanted, and it made it easier to read the logs. However I was not satisfied and searched the net for better solutions. I found a project called logex. This is a python script made by.. I'm not sure who he is, but at least I have linked to his project page :) This script is actually quite great, it strips only what I'm interested in and creates a html page to view the interesting parts.(although I would like it to print the md5 from sites using that for login) With that log parser script working I was on my road to hapiness, but thought that it could still be a bit easier, and started to look into the php, and javascript of the sslstrip module. I'm not fully satisfied with my solution, but it's ok for now. Thought I might share if anyone else is interested. And remember, none of what I'm presenting here is mine, I simply put together bits and pieces from things already made by others. Credits goes to the writer of logex, and Whistlemaster for sslstrip module. Another thing to mention is that I have no clue what I'm doing, I just made it work, so this might not work in your setup. YMMV B) That said, it would be great if you could share what solutions you are using, or if you have any input regarding the logfiles. How a logfile usually looks like Edited History page Cleaned logfile To do this yourself. sslstrip installed on usb. edited log_ex.py in pastebin edited sslstrip.js in pastebin edited sslstrip_actions.php in pastebin edited sslstrip_data.php in pastebin Copy/create/edit "log_ex.py" , "sslstrip_actions.php" and "sslstrip_data.php" to "/usb/modules/sslstrip/". The "sslstrip.js" should be created/copied/edited to "/usb/modules/sslstrip/js/". Finally you create a folder named html, i.e. "/usb/modules/sslstrip/html/" When you are done you will have to have a logfile you would like to clean(doh), then press Clean, and afterwards View. The .html files is placed inside the html folder(kinda obvious;)
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