Decrypting TLS traffic

In Firefox

A Docker image that runs Chromium headless with SSLKEYLOGFILE set, opens an HTTPS page and dumps the decrypted TLS traffic to the terminal. Also runs in Play with Docker. Pull and run docker run --net host deanturpin/ssldump Dockerfile FROMkalilinux/kali-linux-dockerRUN apt updateRUN apt install -y chromiumRUN apt install -y ssldumpRUN apt install -y psmiscCMD \ # Kill the ssldump in the future or the container won't terminate ((sleep 10s && killall ssldump && cat ~/dump. [Read More]

Creating a rogue Wi-Fi access point

Using a Kali Linux bootable USB drive

Disclaimer: I think it goes without saying that you should only be doing this sort of caper on networks you own. But if nothing else it should disuade you from using public Wi-Fi networks. Download the latest Kali Linux ISO and create a bootable USB drive. Restart your computer and boot into Kali via the BIOS. You need two network connections so tether your phone with a cable leaving the built-in Wi-Fi for your rogue access point. [Read More]

Resetting a forgotten Windows password

When you’ve misplaced the password to a local Windows account. Seen to work on Windows 2000, 7 and 10. Prerequisites: a 4GB USB stick and a machine capable of creating a USB boot disk (Ubuntu is good). Time to complete: half an hour to download Kali and create the stick and a few minutes to reset a password. Download the latest Kali Linux ISO and create a USB boot disk on another machine. [Read More]