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Date: Sat, 4 Sep 2021 13:12:05 +0000
From: bo0od <>
Subject: Re: [FD] Mirror on the Fly Attack

yeah but nothing new with this, you are making it over no TLS connection.

if you make similar to this attack over hardened TLS (hardened mean 
support hsts,hsts-preload,ocsp..supported) or Tor hidden services 
(called onion services as well) or I2P eepsites .. yeah that would be 
something new and interesting.

anyway thanks for sharing :) .

Gökhan Muharremoglu:
> Dear all,
> I’d like to share an attack concept study with you.
> With the help of new technologies in the application engineering (especially in the web application area) now it is possible to create man in the middle attacks that can bypass too many security countermeasures (2FA, OTP, CAPTCHA, SSL, Security Picture, Browser Remembering, etc.) by utilizing an approach we called mirroring on the fly...
> At the mirroring on the fly approach, man in the middle attack happens on the fly by mirroring/cloning a valid resource simultaneously in the real time. During the cloning and mirroring process it is possible to modify and eavesdrop the communication.
> Mirror on the Fly Attack (a replacement for SSLStrip and many MitM attacks)
> Thanks,
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