B34ST1Y Posted April 29, 2006 Share Posted April 29, 2006 ok, so my college has a setup for wifi, that the students are able to surf the net, do whatever basically....but when you first try to access it (the internet....or any webpage for that matter) it automatically redirects you to a login page on the intranet. I dont have a username or password, and for circumstances beyond my control (no I didnt do anything bad) they wont issue me a student login. :cry: ....ANYWAY I've attempted to sniff up the packets with ethereal, watching carefully the redirecting going on from >firefox>www.google.com>login page and I just cant tell how the network tech's got it set up. the login is SSL secured, and I HAVE ARP poisoned the gateway with each client (I dont really want to STEAL a user/pass....I really wanna see how this thing is SET UP, because it appears to be very intricate) Also, being the x86 skript kid that I am....using Cain and Abel, (for arp and password sniffing) used the routing table it gave me, and I got a TON of other gateways and router/switches on other subnets, [EIGRP]....so I already figured I was delving into something that was obviously not intended to be seen. I suppose my question is this: Is anyone familiar with this type of authentication? web based login for internet access? any help would be much obliged ~ B34ST Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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