Backtrack 5 R3 Facebook Cookie Hack

Discussion in 'Resources' started by ALF19888, 25 Aug 2012.

  1. ALF19888

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    EDUCATIONAL PURPOSE ONLY!!!
    This is a demonstration on how to lift the authentication cookie of a user on the same network surfing Facebook.
    Once again this demonstration is for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSE ONLY!!!

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    Watch this video on YouTube.
     
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    Okey, Some questions(im noob so please bare with me) When you do nmap thing. Is it on the router you are connected to? ex if i have 192.169.4.2 or something then i write that? and if im connected to my friends. i write his?(i know it must be wired) And can you do all this on running backtrack as a VM? and also? If it is Https? how do you do then?

    Sincerly,N0iZE
     
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    https cannot i think, cause it security link. only two method that work to hack facebook. 1)cookie 2)phishing

    if software, ithink it scam
     
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    To answer your question from what I can understand that your asking me. Yes this is done from the backtrack machine. as far as the Router question goes you have to be on someone network in order to execute this attack. Whatever the default gateway is (Router IP Address) and what ever the target (victim computer IP Address) is what you need. those 2 IP's. It doesn't matter if its https.

    They say always make sure you use https while on Facebook and think twice before getting on to a unsecure wi-fi network.
     
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    It's not bad, but there are much easier ...


    Connoisseurs will what I mean;)


    Track: Wifizoo;)
     
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    Totally agree with that. If its software its a no go for me too.
     
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    please re-upload video except on youtune,, put it on dailymotion
     
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