How MITMproxy has been slaying SSL Dragons

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I’ve just returned from the excellent OWASP regional conference in Sydney (the one with the long name of OWASP AppSec AsiaPac 2012), where I presented “How MITMproxy has been slaying SSL Dragons“.

The presentation covered the basics of what MITMproxy is (a developers/pen-testers HTTPS interception/modification proxy), why such software is useful, and what MITMproxy itself is especially good at.

The section on how to use MITMproxy ran about 90% successfully over the live Internet, which is always a risk for a demo at a conference!

The slides are available here, as the original LibreOffice ODP format, or as a PDF. They are Copyright © The University of Otago, released under the CC By-SA 3.0 NZ license.

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