I noticed a lot of newcomers have problem adapting to Backtrack Linux
right away, since they don’t know basic functionality and commands. So
I’ve decided to make this video as a starting point to show some of what
is possible on Windows.
On this tutorial we will be using Cain & Abel to sniff SSL
passwords. The user has to agree to a fake certificate in this scenario.
Luckily most users almost always agree without even looking at it.
If you are familiar with Linux I recommend to use it instead since it
is much more networking oriented and possesses a lot more tools (all
We do an ARP Poison on the network to capture all the traffic between router (default gateway) and host.