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airman_dopey
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Hey guys,

I am working on CLI tools to augment the pineapple. One of those tools is to have SSLStrip running on a computer (and ultimately the RPi). Initially this was just a way to learn about the tools provided, but I realized this could be something others may benefit from so I plan on releasing my code.

One of the things I am struggling with is when I run my SSLStrip script I want to check prior to any questions asked if SSLStrip is currently running on the machine. My current code for running SSLStrip is this:

echo -e "Preparing system for SSLStrip...\c"
iptables -t nat -A PREROUTING -p tcp --destination-port 80 -j REDIRECT --to-port 1000 >/dev/null
cd /pentest/web/sslstrip
python sslstrip.py -l 1000 &
echo "Done"

#Followed by the cleanup portion

killall sslstrip
iptables --flush
iptables --table nat --flush
iptables --delete-chain
iptables --table nat --delete-chain

(Note that I am simply cutting a portion of the code for demonstration purposes. The script looks a bit better than this)

What I want to do is see if this has been done prior to running it again and spitting out errors regarding the port number. I have ran "pgrep sslstrip" and nothing has appeared, and looking through the help command of IPTables I cannot see how to check if this has already been done.

Thank you for any assistance.

-EDIT- I just ran ps -ef and discovered "python sslstrip.py" so that will work. How would I check for the IPTables portion?

Edited by airman_dopey
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Was going to say run ps -Af | grep sslstrip and see if its running, but that will work too I guess.

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Regarding finding sslstrip I was able to do the following:

PID=$(pgrep -f "python sslstrip")

To find the port number it is running on:

Port=$(ps -ef | grep -m 1 "python sslstrip.py" | awk -F '-l ' '{ print $2 }')

Now if I can find a way to determine if the IPTables have been modified. Thank you for the alternative PS options. I'll check them out. =)

EDIT: Finally got it. Thanks!

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