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Sslstrip messes with apps. I posted about this a few weeks ago, and sadly got no replies (very disappointing Jasegar Community!!). You can find my observations here: http://forums.hak5.org/index.php?/topic/28385-apps-and-the-pineapplekarma/?hl=%2Bsslstrip+%2Bapp

I read up about it a little bit since then, mostly on Moxie's website. It turns out that apps allow developers to tweak how ssl works within their app - their not constrained by a browsers implementation of ssl, and the requisite standards that forces them to work with. Moxies sslstrip program addresses vulnerabilities in the standard implementation of ssl found in http(s).

This is of course hugely disappointing, as more and more people use phones/tablets as their primary computing devices while mobile - which is when their most likely to become pineapple victims. If anyone has any additional knowledge on apps and ssl, I'd love to hear it, as my understanding is just a scratch of the surface I'm sure. Thanks

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Sslstrip messes with apps. I posted about this a few weeks ago, and sadly got no replies (very disappointing Jasegar Community!!). You can find my observations here: http://forums.hak5.org/index.php?/topic/28385-apps-and-the-pineapplekarma/?hl=%2Bsslstrip+%2Bapp

I read up about it a little bit since then, mostly on Moxie's website. It turns out that apps allow developers to tweak how ssl works within their app - their not constrained by a browsers implementation of ssl, and the requisite standards that forces them to work with. Moxies sslstrip program addresses vulnerabilities in the standard implementation of ssl found in http(s).

This is of course hugely disappointing, as more and more people use phones/tablets as their primary computing devices while mobile - which is when their most likely to become pineapple victims. If anyone has any additional knowledge on apps and ssl, I'd love to hear it, as my understanding is just a scratch of the surface I'm sure. Thanks

telot

Well, I got it working. Just comment out the stuff for port 443 in autostart.sh and sslstrip_actions.php

Now there's the issue of it playing nice with URLsnort. And is there an exploit for HSTS?

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