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Fragscapy is a command-line tool to fuzz network protocols by automating the modification of outgoing network packets. It can run multiple successive tests to determine which options can be used to evade firewalls and IDS.
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README.md

FragScapy

This project is a command-line tool that can be used to generate 'fragroute-like' tests using Scapy.
Fragroute's goal was to intercept network packets and modify them "on-the-fly" according to the configuration defined in a config file. So automating tests of different modifications, requires to kill Fragroute, write a new config file and restart Fragroute over and over.
Fragscapy is a rewrite in Python using fnfqueue and scapy packages that aims to generate a test suite based on a config file. In a certain way, it will generates a series of 'fragroute-like' tests and run them consecutively without having to reload everything. Moreover, the modifications can be extended by adding some python modules to the project. So instead of fragroute, the set of possible modifications is not definitive and any modification can be applied to packets as long one can write them using Scapy.

Setup

Building dependencies

The project requires some tools to be installed. Those are:

  • git (for cloning the repository)
  • python >= 3.5
  • python-dev >= 3.5 (for building the dependencies with pip)
  • gcc (for building the dependencies with pip)
  • cffi (for building the dependencies with pip
  • make (for simplification of tasks)
  • pip (installed by default in a venv)

The recommended setup is to use a virtual environment. Once it is started (or not if using a global installation), the Makefile can do most of the common tasks.

On Debian or Ubuntu:

apt install -y git python3 python3-dev gcc python3-backend-cffi make python3-venv
python3 -m venv venv
source venv/bin/activate

Install

To install fragscapy, run:

make install

Development install

Fragscapy can be installed in development mode. It means the changes made to the code will be taken into account without the need to rebuild everything each time:

make install-dev

Documentation

To build the development documentation, run:

make build-doc

It is then accessible as HTML files under docs/_build/

Usage

Once installed, there are 3 ways to access fragscapy features:

  1. Using the command fragscapy. It was installed together with the package.
  2. Using the python module directly : python -m fragscapy. It is nearly the same as using the command except options can be passed to the python interpreter.
  3. Importing the package in a python interpreter: e.g. from fragscapy.mod import ModList

Command line options

Run fragscapy [-h | --help] for displaying the usage.

Configuration files

The main way (except if using fragscapy as an imported python package) to run a test suite is to describe everything in a config file and pass it to the command line as an argument.
These config files have a predefined syntax that needs to be respected, else errors will be thrown.

Examples of possible configuration files and templates can be found under the config_examples directory and the config_common directory.

The command fragscapy checkconfig can be used to verify a config file is valid and understandable. It checks that a maximum of operations will run without errors (but never runs the command itself).

Modifications

Various modifications are already available but more can be added. To list the modifications that are currently detected (and can be used), run fragscapy list. For the details about the options and how to use a specific modifications, run fragscapy usage <mod>.

Results

At the end of the tests, a summary of the results is displayed based on the exit code of the command: 0 means the test succeeded and any other value means the test failed. To adapt any command that does not respect this convention, one the following can be appended to the command in the configuration file:

my_cmd; if [ $? -eq 4 ]; then return 0; else return 1; fi
my_cmd; e=$?; if [ $e -eq 3 ] || [ $e -eq 2 ]; then return 0; else return $e; fi

Adding modifications

Adding a modifications is meant to be as easy as possible: a python module needs to be added to the fragscapy/modifications/ directory and that's all, it will be detected automatically.
However, the content of the file needs to respect specific rules to work correctly:

  1. The name of the file should be the name of the modification using snake_case. It is used to import the correct module based on the modification name.
  2. The module should define a class whose name is the name of the modification using UpperCamelCase/CapWords. It is used to import the correct object based on the modification name.
  3. This class should subclass fragscapy.modifications.mod.Mod class. It is used to define the default behavior and an interface every modification should respect.
  4. This class should override the __init__(self, *args) method where args contains a list of strings with the options to create the modification
  5. This class should override the apply(self, pkt_list) method where pkt_list is a PacketList object that contains the scapy packets to modify. This is all the rules that need to be respected. Anything else (adding other classes, methods, sumodules, ...) is left to the developer to decide according to its needs.

The already existing mods can be used as a reference on how to develop a mod since they all respect these rules too.

Code architecture

Here is a schema of how the different objects interact together and what they are doing.

media/architecture.png

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