In 2016, I gave a talk at DEF CON 24 entitled Fiddler on the Roof, a crash course in Fiddler, an active proxy for Windows. In it, I focused on three different sorts of folks who would use Fiddler:
- Software developers, who have to ask “what is my application doing?”
- System administrators/“Blue Teamers” who want to audit and define what an application does in normal (or non-normal) operation
- Reverse engineers/“Red Teamers” who want to attack software or websites in a predictable fashion.
As a part of my talk, I wanted to explain how to extend Fiddler and create
stream processors to intercept incoming information. Thus, the Cred Stealer
was built. It’s dumb, but it works incredibly effectively as an example of
how to get information out of
Authentication headers and POST data.