Posted: Thu Feb 11, 2010 22:15 Post subject: Log http passwords (webmail logins etc) from wireless client
This is my first post here I have a WRT610N with USB etc, and I have the following question:
Can I somehow log every http password request (like facebook logins, webmail logins) to a computer or some kind of log on the device? It doesn't matter how I have to do it, if I need to have a dedicated computer turned on at all time or anything.
This is only for experimental use OF COURSE ;)
I know it's possible to log this kind of information (SMTP passwords, FTP password etc) with software on a local-computer basis (With software like Cain&Abel) but is this possible to do it on the whole LAN? (at least the wireless part)
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Posted: Fri Feb 12, 2010 0:36 Post subject:
It is possible. However I think Luniz2k1 is right in it having a legitimate use. I suppose if you like snooping around on the people using your home network, "maybe", but I feel this would be considered illegal in most situations. _________________ E3000 21395M KongVPN K26
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Theres a few legit reason to do this, eg moniting children.
But of course if your wishing to log some ones data that you arnt the guardian of its ilegal with out there permission. _________________ Asus WL-520GC R1.02 - DD-WRT 24-sp2 (09/30/09) micro-plus (SVN revision 13000M NEWD Eko)
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