Check out Man in the Middle Framework by byt3bl33d3r. It uses sslstrip2 and dns2proxy and is really effective. It offers partial HSTS bypasses that are able to able to downgrade just about everything except Facebook's implementation of SSL, which is actually really good. My only complaint is that MITMf does not yet have modules for rogue access point attacks, although this is probably going to happen in the near future.
The other tool you can use is mana-toolkit, which unlike MITMf is designed exclusively for doing Wireless attacks. It's written in bash and has its own implementations of sslstrip2 and dns2proxy that seem to be even more effective than the ones found in MITMf.
So between those two tools, and the stuff that gingerbreadman mentioned, you're basically covered.
You can find them here:
i want finally to know, there is an alternative to sslstrip and sslsplit? because they work like shit,
and without something to strip the ssl the whole sniffing thing is worthless.
ps start working with bettercap, working awosme, just no ssl module.