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when capturing with sslstrip--is there a reference to decode special characters you get when capturing logins?

And I know Chris H ref that he would release a guide on decoding but still cannot find a ref for decoding the special characters?

If you need to know what the heck I mean check out Chris Haralsons video on SSLSTRIP--I could not find a way to contact chris for a update. Any one else have info on decoding the special charaters? --Thanks!

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Try URL encoding and see if it matches.


You can test this by running sslstrip and entering bogus usernames and passwords that have the characters.

Edit: I'm not saying this is the answer. I'm just guessing and I know exactly what you're talking about as I've run into it with sslstrip.

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