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SSLsplit - Transparent SSL/TLS interception

  •    C

SSLsplit is a tool for man-in-the-middle attacks against SSL/TLS encrypted network connections. It is intended to be useful for network forensics, application security analysis and penetration testing. SSLsplit is designed to transparently terminate connections that are redirected to it using a network address translation engine. SSLsplit then terminates SSL/TLS and initiates a new SSL/TLS connection to the original destination address, while logging all data transmitted.

striptls - proxy poc implementation of STARTTLS stripping attacks

  •    Python

A generic tcp proxy implementation and audit tool to perform protocol independent ssl/tls interception and STARTTLS stripping attacks on SMTP, POP3, IMAP, FTP, NNTP, XMPP, ACAP and IRC. --generic-ssl-intercept is a global switch to enable generic ssl/tls handshake detection and session conversion. Can be combined with any mangle/vector.

ssl-cert-check - Check expiry dates of local and remote SSL certificates

  •    Shell

This tool will warn you if any of the specified certificates expires in the next <days> days. If the --list mode is used, the file is expected to contain one certspec per line. Similarly, --glob mode expects one certspec per line in the given file, but each line will be evaluated as a wildcard glob pattern. In both cases, lines starting with the character '#' as well as empty lines will be ignored.

tls-scan - An Internet scale, fast SSL/TLS scanner ( non-blocking, event-driven )

  •    C

A program to scan TLS based servers and collect X.509 certificates, ciphers and related information. It produces results in JSON format. tls-scan is a single threaded asynchronous/event-based program (powered by libevent) capable of concurrently scan thousands of TLS servers. It can be combined with other tools such as GNU parallel to vertically scale in multi-core machines. tls-scan helps developers and security engineers to track/test/debug certificates and TLS configurations of servers within their organization.

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