SILICA 7.46 Release Notes
Updated Transparent Proxy
- SILICA uses a transparent proxy as part of the Fake Access Point With
SSL Spoofing And Stripping Attack. The transparent proxy was updated in
this release, supporting more concurrent connections and reducing
memory usage, among other improvements. Credential parsing was also
Better handling of network names encodings
- The Service Set Identifiers (SSID) are usually strings of UTF-8
encoded characters, but not necessarily. SILICA now correctly handles
network names that use non-English characters or even invalid encoded
Malicious Access Point Detection improvement
- The malicious AP detection feature is now more sensitive; it more
accurately detects and informs when there is a malicious access point
running a "Known AP" attack.
Also, an issue was fixed on the hidden SSID detection feature, resulting
in better performance and more accurate scanning results.