Yes you can hijack SSL and crack the session hash but you have to be able to crack the MD5 in the session to see anything. It is not as easy as most might make it sound but yes with Cain & Able you can do this but to crack the session hash to view the info will take some nice CPU power. I could be wrong but I think you are looking at 128 Bit encryption on the SSL. I have noticed that when MITM attacking with Cain on SSL a lot of info is not always encrypted so you can see some of the data. I was able to MITM attach my wifes PC on our AP and then see the online banking info. So I know it is possible but it could depend on how and what in the client server communication is really encrypted.
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