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Interceptor: A PowerShell SSL MITM Script - Casey Smith Derbycon 2014 (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Interceptor: A PowerShell SSL MITM Script
Casey Smith
Derbycon 2014

This talk will take you line by line through creating an SSL Man-In-The-Middle Powershell script. Modern malware often aims to steal web credentials and inject code into secure sessions. This script can be used to mimic that behavior, and expand your influence by collecting web credentials, or injecting “additional functionality” into a user’s web experience. In addition, you can mimic the behavior of applications such as Burp or Fiddler by extending or customizing this script. Topics covered include Dynamic CA and Signed Certificate Generation. PowerShell Sockets, Streams, Threads and SSL/TLS Interception and Tampering.

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