Software.OSX – MiddleMan

Overview

MiddleMan is a MITM or ARP poison detection application. A Man in The Middle attack may allow an attacker to intercept data such as financial information, modify traffic, or stop the traffic. This program aims to protect you on your local network. It is not as refined and pretty as others or have a fancy interface. Please feel free to drop us a line with any comments or suggestions.

Need a logo/icon so if any designers out there find this program useful and care to make us one for the app just send it our way credit will be given on the site and in the app.

Thanks

Features:

  • ARP Poison Detection

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Requirements:

OSX:

  • OS v10.8 or greater (not tested on other versions most likely will work on some older versions)

Windows:

  • If there is lots of requests or some one wants to sponsor a week or two to do it.

Linux:

  • On enough requests.

Download:

OSX: Download MiddleMan v0.0.1

History:

13.03.18 – v0.0.1: Release

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4 Responses to Software.OSX – MiddleMan

  1. pippo March 19, 2013 at 7:00 pm #

    goood job

  2. John February 27, 2015 at 5:40 pm #

    This is a wonderful app that I use whenever I am on public wifi or other untrusted networks, but I would like to see a feature implemented that can dismiss the window that continuously pops up whenever a mitm is suspected. Other then that, it is a wonderful app and works well on 10.10.2!

  3. Austin Kendrick March 15, 2015 at 9:19 pm #

    This is a great app, but I noticed that when running 10.10.3 (I’m a beta tester) that the app won’t launch anymore and I get a segmentation fault error 11. Here is the crash log file link: https://gist.github.com/ajkblue/fad1bc22477d8a9960ec. I was wondering if you could fix it or send me the xcodeproject. Thanks again for your wonderful app!

  4. admin March 15, 2015 at 10:29 pm #

    Please try this build Thanks for the comment.
    http://www.deepthought.ws/Middleman.b.osx.zip

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