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I activated Charles SSL Proxy, and installed Charles SSL certificate on my i Phone but that just didn’t work, and the app could not connect anymore.Seems that they did a good job here in knowing that I am not using the proper SSL certificates and that I am performing a man in the middle attack.I said, well if the i OS application is a bit hard to hack, let’s try the web application. I could almost see the same interface, same blurred faces, same inbox which I cannot read.On Chrome it is pretty easy to read the HTTPS requests, and so I did.Is it that the word does not get sent, or is there something else going on?In one of the POST requests that happened after I sent the message, the payload was: Websocket.
If you are not a technical person, jump to Moral of the Story below.
Reader Interceptor Executor$Un Closeable Input [email protected]; line: 1, column: 2] (through reference chain: api.message. Let’s have a look at the list of pre-defined messages.
Client Message Wrapper["message"])Hmm, interesting. I opened the list to send more messages and I inspected the HTML and it turns out that that message has the ID 62. The reverse engineering I just did is 99% done on Chrome without the need of any other tools.
There does not seem to be any identifier to the person I am chatting with except in the message websocket frame. Your membership could easily be replaced by a Chrome extension that replaces URLs for photos, replaces HTML of the inbox to match what you get in the requests, and send out messages using your websocket.
It seems that the chat address that looks like an e-mail address is the identifier of the person I am sending to. After a long look at all these IDs and chat addresses, it turns out it is the resource ID: I tried to modify the query parameters, but I always got an empty image. 💡💡💡💡💡💡💡💡💡Well just check my own profile picture, what does the URL consist of? Following Facebook’s scandal, I would recommend every company to hire some ethical hackers to understand where your service is insecure.
I thought, first thing I can do is to see the network traffic coming in and out of the app. So I installed a proxy on my Mac, Charles, and ran the i Phone’s Wi Fi through that proxy. But wait, did they just send the girl’s full profile over non-secure HTTP?