How to decrypt Smart Office’s encrypted traffic

In the PowerPoint document How to decrypt Smart Office’s encrypted traffic I describe how to intercept and decrypt the encrypted HTTPS traffic from Lawson Smart Office which sometimes cannot be captured with Fiddler, and which is unreadable in Wireshark. This technique is useful for troubleshooting Mashups, Smart Office, Personalized Scripts, IBrix, etc.

Does that demonstrate a security flaw in Smart Office? Not at all. Read the last chapter in the document.

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thibaudatwork

M3 Technical Consultant

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