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Injecting HTML via MITM requires refreshing.


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Whenever I try injecting HTML into a webpage or anything else that modifies the page through MITM it doesn't work unless I explicitly press the refresh button in the browser. I believe the pages are being cached. Is there a way to get around this?

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I think the neatest tool for injection is BeEF (which is on the kali distro):

cd /usr/share/beef-xss/

./beef

its has a small bit of javascript that sort of automatically refreshes the browser (hook), and allows you to inject your javascript/html on demand. At the very least, it might give you some ideas around how to correct your current problem.

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I think the neatest tool for injection is BeEF (which is on the kali distro):

cd /usr/share/beef-xss/
./beef
its has a small bit of javascript that sort of automatically refreshes the browser (hook), and allows you to inject your javascript/html on demand. At the very least, it might give you some ideas around how to correct your current problem.

While neat, it won't be injected until the previous cache expires. There is no real way to force a browser to refresh a page without loading code (such as js).

Best regards,

Sebkinne

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