stunnel or my lack of long term memory

I know this is really basic stuff but I need to take a note here because I always forget this syntax.

stunnel3 -d 8443 -r 192.168.1.10:443 -c

To chat with a, let’s say,  SSL enabled web server through a connection to localhost (-d parameter defaults to localhost if no IP is selected).

Originally, stunnel3 was intended to wrap the connection for not SSL capable services, so in order to use it for a more pentest suited perspective we must explicitly say that we are in “client” mode. Therefore the -c modifier.

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2 thoughts on “stunnel or my lack of long term memory

  1. Good point! But as usual, the problem is “what if you are in an alien box and you don’t have them?”

    Anyway, very nice… I’ll give the BT’s netcat a try :)

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