IMMUNITY SILICA

Redefining wireless assessments

SILICA 7.45 Release Notes

Service Impersonation Attack
  • The Service Impersonation Attack, which creates a fake access point and intercepts network traffic from connecting clients, has been split into submodules, giving the user the capability to change at any moment the parameters of the attack. Each of the fake services, DNS, POP, POPS, SMTP, SMTPS, IMAP, IMAPS, VPN, HTTP, and HTTPS, are now individual submodules with default, but user controllable, parameters. Also, traffic can now be captured by port redirection, in addition of by DNS spoofing.
Request monitor view
  • A new request monitor view was added. All HTTP and HTTPS requests from traffic that SILICA captures is added to this list. There is a filtering capability that supports search by multiple tokens.

Bug fixes: several issues were fixed in the service impersonation and SSL stripping and spoofing modules.

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