It only takes a few commands to manipulate a MacBook’s secure HTTPS traffic and pluck login passwords out of the encrypted data. Let’s take Facebook and Gmail hacking to the next level by intercepting Safari and Google Chrome web traffic in real time.
Both Facebook and Gmail have exceptional web application security practices. They quickly blacklist IP addresses for performing brute-force attacks and lock accounts after only a few failed login attempts.
Furthermore, successful logins made from new IP addresses or different web browsers will trigger these websites to further authenticate the… more