Tool To Intercept 3DS Internet Requests.

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  1. TylerHartman
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    Hi I Need A Tool That Will Spy On My 3DS And Tell Me The servers That Its Contacts.
    I Need It To Download The Files That My 3DS Requests.
    If You Know Of Such Program PLEASE Leave A Reply!
     


  2. TylerHartman
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    Anyone?
     
  3. Duo8

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    You could either use a proxy or a network monitoring program.
    Either way you need to connect your 3DS through your computer.
     
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    You could probably use kali linux to sniff the ports. Whats your experience on network hacking?
     
  5. Duo8

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    There's no reason to do so. You only need one or two programs for this.
     
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    Yes and there are tons of programs that would do this... What would you suggest?
     
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    I would suggest using BurpSuite but it would take a little setup to have it watch the 3DS traffic.​
     
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    Ok Ill Check It Out! Thank You For Your Responce.
     
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    Ok Ill Check It Out! Thank You For Your Responce.
     
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    Ok Ill Check It Out! Thank You For Your Responce.
     
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    Anyone Else Got Any Ideas?
     
  13. PermaRetro

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    A proxy (Charles Debugger) will tell you the requests it's making,
    You can mess with requests that way or another option is...

    DNSChef(Set DNS in router, point hostnames at fiddler host)+Fiddler.

    Then ofc there's ARP cache poisoning.

    It really depends on what you're trying to accomplish your post is vague.

    EDIT:
    What I mean to say is, are you trying to capture web requests?
     
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    Yes I Am Trying To Capture web Requests.
     
  15. cearp

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    yOU sAY yOU wANT tO dOWNLOAD tHE fILES yOUR 3DS rEQUESTS...
    wHAT fILES dO yOU wANT tO dOWNLOAD?
     
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    Then any option I've given you would be fine...

    I'd personally suggest proxy with Charles Debugger.... if your intention is modifying requests or sending them else where and the 3ds doesn't have proxy capabilities (I never look at that stuff) DNSChef is the way to go with fiddler...
     
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    Luckily, the 3DS DOES have proxy compatibilities :D

    Charles works great with the 3DS (and it's SO FREAKING COOL!). Intercepting https requests takes some work though—I haven't been able to do it successfully, although others have. You need to use NTR debugger to patch the URLs, because there's no way to get the 3DS to accept the Charles Root Certificate.
     
  18. TylerHartman
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    Iv Decided To Use Fiddler
    Anyone Know What Port 3DS Talks On?
     
  19. atkfromabove

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    Im sure you could find it using a port scan.
     
  20. ItsMetaKnight

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    All the requests are encrypted anyway. You won't be able to see what files the 3DS is downloading. Just which server it is connecting to.
     
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    I don't know what was more annoying, his capitalization of every word, or your reversal of that.

    Reminds me of old Yahoo chatrooms when everyone tried to be "unique" in the same 5 ways.
     
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    1) SSL is a bitch but there are ways around it without getting to accept a root certificate,
    I'm not going into detail on that but there's been various tools and methods created to force devices to stop using SSL without access to them at all.

    2) The port the 3DS "talks" on assuming it was doing standard http and or https requests would generally be 443/80,
    Sometimes people will host web servers on other places,

    But in regards to atkfromabove a port scan is the dumbest thing I've ever heard to determine where a device is connecting to...

    3) yifan_lu offers some interesting insight on how some of the more important stuff the 3DS does using web requests.

    http://yifan.lu/2015/03/23/nintendo-3ds-system-updater/
    http://yifan.lu/2015/04/22/opening-up-cardboard-crafting-an-american-new-3ds-non-xl/