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dont put stuff on the internet you dont mind getting jacked.
as that one woman said "i dont put my SS# on FB, so whatever".
"Honda = Boring, Suzuki = Wannabes, Yamaha = Poser, Ducati = Overated, BMW = Compensating, Aprilia = Insecure, Buell = BCIT business... go faKOffee." - PUREVIL
Set a wifi adapter to promuscuious mode. Track all traffic with packet sniffer. Set the filter to pickup unencrypted Http traffic. Extract the cookie. The attacker simulates a machine using the authentic cookie. Easy. Nextttttttt.
I see this as a good thing. All sites that have anything to do with personal information should always always use https. No ifs, ands, or buts.
Once people realize how easy it is to pull their information off the wire, they'll be a lot more aware of sites that don't have the little gold lock...
The internet is a scary place!
Where do I find the intake snackle??
2013 Triumph Tiger 800XC
Old news. I've been thinking about porting this over to the iPhone for "on-the-go" action ...
"Yamaha" - it's Japanese for "fuck your sports car."
What will happen next is everyone who goes into the coffee shop will be going to Firesheep to see if it works.
Tell everybody how to rob a bank without getting caught and they just might give it a try.
My brain is the same shape as my hat!
I just tried this out, I know this has been doable for a very long time with other tools, but the firesheep interface makes it so easy, its incredible.
Just start capture, wait for someone on the network to go to facebook, and boom, it shows up right on the interface, with their photo and name.... crazyness
2013 Yamaha VMAX 1700 ▪ 2009 Suzuki GSXR 750 ▪ 2005 Yamaha R6 ▪ 2001 Yamaha R6
been using it for a looooong time in various public wifi places to show people what can be done about it. Scared a whole lotta folks and made some great business contacts
~If you can't change your situation, change your attitude. If you can't change your attitude, change your situation~
good old hack into a system of a corporation leave your resume on the desktop mentioning they need better protection