limdis wrote:Hmm. I feel like you must not have done your research. For if you had you would know that you can make some small edits to get firesheep to work on more recent versions of firefox.
But allow me to drop my opinion. Firesheep is kind of skiddie and is highly limited. Also anyone picking up on this can simply run Blacksheep and bust you.
I looked into that but the tutorial was for making it work on Linux, and it didn't seem to work the same in Windows when I went through and tried that.
The program (originally) worked for v3... so I'd imagine it still should as it was never updated for v4+. Nonetheless, I've been working around in Cain and Abel packet sniffing for my Facebook log-in from my iPhone. I can see the packets, and look at the http, but I haven't been able to actually get the password to crack, I'm downloading rainbow tables for the dictionary crackers now. I looked into those, and it seemed a lot more effective, but being rather new that might just be opinion. It just seems like working through Firesheep would be more effective, time wise, and for simplicity. Could you recommend me towards another direction then for me intercepting my own Facebook password on my home network?
Where should I go from here?