MITM Checker

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by svenfaw, May 21, 2019.

  1. mood

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  2. lucd

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    thanks so I have a huge wall of alerts with kaspersky antivirus personal root certificate
    must be some compatibility stuff with KA free
     
  3. askmark

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    It been renamed to NoSnoop. Although, the download link is not working at the moment until the author fixes it.
     
  4. mood

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    The download link for NoSnoop works now.
    https://www.trustprobe.com/fs1/download.php?appname=NoSnoop.zip
     
  5. Josh McCormick

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    Quite an interesting tool!

    I'm on Cox Internet.
    I had an alert on "huawei.com" and an occasional alert on "www.bbc.co.uk" (it is currently NOT alerting)

    www.bbc.co.uk 0 GlobalSign Root CA - R1 B1BC968BD4F49D622AA89A81F2150152A41D829C
    www.huawei.com 0 Actalis Authentication Root CA F373B387065A28848AF2F34ACE192BDDC78E9CAC​

    I switched to a third-party's VPN (which sees a random amount of handshake failures).
    The "huawei.com" detection remained, and I wasn't able to get an alert on "www.bbc.co.uk" (but I can't say if the lack of a BBC hit had any real meaning here or not).

    www.bbc.co.uk 0 GlobalSign Root CA - R1 B1BC968BD4F49D622AA89A81F2150152A41D829C
    www.huawei.com 0 Actalis Authentication Root CA F373B387065A28848AF2F34ACE192BDDC78E9CAC​

    Still, the alert on Huawei kind of raises an eyebrow, doesn't it?

    I noticed someone on Hacker News seeing similar results. If I want to investigate this further, what's my next step? Suggestions for Linux tools are especially welcome.

    Thanks all.
     
  6. HempOil

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    I also get the alert on huawei
     
  7. liba

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    Clean your system. Save as .bat (like Clear.bat) and run

     
  8. Surt

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    The zip file used to contain a hostlist.txt; top100.txt when it was MTM Checker.

    One could whip up one's own hostlist.txt. Not any more.

    The previous nosnoop.exe was 152 KB and the current exe is 377 KB.

    Looks like the hosts are now "built in," as hostlist.txt is ignored. :(

    https://www.trustprobe.com/ as of this posting opens with:
    TrustProbe
    Seriously cool things coming soon!

    I hope so...
     
  9. ravenise

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    Tried it, but both versions don't even load in windows 10 1909 x64, or fresh windows 10 1909 x64 VM, or fresh windows 7 x64 VM, not sure whats up. No error message, or warnings or window period, just nothing.
     
  10. ravenise

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    Got it working finally, had to change the date to July 8 2019; works only temporarily after each release
     
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