December 7, 2018 at 7:29 pm #15558mikespo23Participant
Thanks for your time-
I am unable to find a downloadable program called ferret-sidejack has this changed since the most recent video you made? Or is there another program I can use that is similar?
HSTS is pretty secure I am unable to see any traffic going through the MITMF, is there a way to disable this for now so that I can follow along with the training modules? I am unable to reproduce the Java script injection as well as other because of HSTS.December 10, 2018 at 2:29 pm #15622Zaid SabihModerator
Try adding the 32 bit arch packages first:
dpkg –add-architecture i386
Then update the sources
And install ferret
apt-get install ferret-sidejack:i386
Yeah as mentioned in lecture 44 mitmf will work against websites that use normal https such as hotmail.com, the reason why it doesn’t work against HSTS websites is because modern browsers come with a list of websites that they can only browse as HTTPS, so even when we downgrade the connection to http the browser will just refuse to open that website.February 4, 2020 at 1:59 am #30035BaccardiParticipant
I have Kali installed on my main machine ( a raspberry pi) which I use for my main tasks. I want to add VirtualBox so that I can run Kali in a sandbox so that I do not crash my main machine. I have gone to the virtualbox site but am not sure exactly what version to install. Is it the Debian 10 version?
ThanksFebruary 5, 2020 at 3:25 pm #30097AJParticipant
I don’t advise you to install Vbox inside Kali on the Pi since you already have it and comes already pre-installed with the required tools, so it’s best to use another OS such as Windows or MAC OS X for setting up the virtual lab to follow along with the methods covered in the course for you might face A LOT of issues while trying to set up the Pi.
In addition, the Pi doesn’t support Virtualization, so you won’t be able to run Virtualization software such as Virtual Box or VMware…etc on the Pi.February 12, 2020 at 3:41 pm #30355zooby123Participant
Whenever I’m running my kali linux machine, it uses up all my hard drive space. I go from having a 10gb hard drive space down to 55mb.
I restart my computer and then it jumps back up to 8gb hard drive space.
What do I need to do in order for it to prevent taking the hard drive memory away? Because this stops me using my machine.
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