MQTT is a machine-to-machine connectivity protocol designed as an extremely lightweight publish/subscribe messaging transport and widely used by millions of IoT devices worldwide. MQTT-PWN intends to be a one-stop-shop for IoT Broker penetration-testing and security assessment operations, as it combines enumeration, supportive functions and exploitation modules while packing it all within command-line-interface with an easy-to-use and extensible shell-like environment.
- Credential Brute-Forcer - configurable brute force password cracking to bypass authentication controls
- Topic Enumerator - establishing comprehensive topic list via continuous sampling over time
- Useful Information Grabber - obtaining and labeling data from an extensible predefined list containing known topics of interest
- GPS tracker - plotting routes from devices using OwnTracks app and collecting published coordinates
- Sonoff Exploiter – design to extract passwords and other sensitive information
- Extensibility - the framework was designed to add new custom plugins with ease
- Shodan - search through Shodan.io API for available vulnerable MQTT brokers
Documentation is available at https://mqtt-pwn.readthedocs.io/.