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#
# Copyright (c) 2006-2019 Wade Alcorn - wade@bindshell.net
# Browser Exploitation Framework (BeEF) - http://beefproject.com
# See the file 'doc/COPYING' for copying permission
#
# BeEF Configuration file
beef:
version: '0.4.7.4-alpha-pre'
# More verbose messages (server-side)
debug: false
# More verbose messages (client-side)
client_debug: false
# Used for generating secure tokens
crypto_default_value_length: 80
# Credentials to authenticate in BeEF.
# Used by both the RESTful API and the Admin interface
credentials:
user: "beef"
passwd: "beef"
# Interface / IP restrictions
restrictions:
# subnet of IP addresses that can hook to the framework
permitted_hooking_subnet: ["0.0.0.0/0", "::/0"]
# subnet of IP addresses that can connect to the admin UI
#permitted_ui_subnet: ["127.0.0.1/32", "::1/128"]
permitted_ui_subnet: ["0.0.0.0/0", "::/0"]
# slow API calls to 1 every api_attempt_delay seconds
api_attempt_delay: "0.05"
# HTTP server
http:
debug: false #Thin::Logging.debug, very verbose. Prints also full exception stack trace.
host: "0.0.0.0"
port: "3000"
# Decrease this setting to 1,000 (ms) if you want more responsiveness
# when sending modules and retrieving results.
# NOTE: A poll timeout of less than 5,000 (ms) might impact performance
# when hooking lots of browsers (50+).
# Enabling WebSockets is generally better (beef.websocket.enable)
xhr_poll_timeout: 1000
# Host Name / Domain Name
# If you want BeEF to be accessible via hostname or domain name (ie, DynDNS),
# set the public hostname below:
#public: "" # public hostname/IP address
# Reverse Proxy / NAT
# If you want BeEF to be accessible behind a reverse proxy or NAT,
# set both the publicly accessible hostname/IP address and port below:
#public: "" # public hostname/IP address
#public_port: "" # public port (experimental)
# Hook
hook_file: "/hook.js"
hook_session_name: "BEEFHOOK"
# Allow one or multiple origins to access the RESTful API using CORS
# For multiple origins use: "http://browserhacker.com, http://domain2.com"
restful_api:
allow_cors: false
cors_allowed_domains: "http://browserhacker.com"
# Prefer WebSockets over XHR-polling when possible.
websocket:
enable: false
port: 61985 # WS: good success rate through proxies
# Use encrypted 'WebSocketSecure'
# NOTE: works only on HTTPS domains and with HTTPS support enabled in BeEF
secure: true
secure_port: 61986 # WSSecure
ws_poll_timeout: 1000 # poll BeEF every second
ws_connect_timeout: 500 # useful to help fingerprinting finish before establishing the WS channel
# Imitate a specified web server (default root page, 404 default error page, 'Server' HTTP response header)
web_server_imitation:
enable: true
type: "apache" # Supported: apache, iis, nginx
hook_404: false # inject BeEF hook in HTTP 404 responses
hook_root: false # inject BeEF hook in the server home page
# Experimental HTTPS support for the hook / admin / all other Thin managed web services
https:
enable: false
# In production environments, be sure to use a valid certificate signed for the value
# used in beef.http.public (the domain name of the server where you run BeEF)
key: "beef_key.pem"
cert: "beef_cert.pem"
database:
# For information on using other databases please read the
# README.databases file
# supported DBs: sqlite, mysql, postgres
# NOTE: you must change the Gemfile adding a gem require line like:
# gem "dm-postgres-adapter"
# or
# gem "dm-mysql-adapter"
# if you want to switch drivers from sqlite to postgres (or mysql).
# Finally, run a 'bundle install' command and start BeEF.
driver: "sqlite"
# db_file is only used for sqlite
db_file: "beef.db"
# db connection information is only used for mysql/postgres
db_host: "localhost"
db_port: 3306
db_name: "beef"
db_user: "beef"
db_passwd: "beef"
db_encoding: "UTF-8"
# Autorun Rule Engine
autorun:
# this is used when rule chain_mode type is nested-forward, needed as command results are checked via setInterval
# to ensure that we can wait for async command results. The timeout is needed to prevent infinite loops or eventually
# continue execution regardless of results.
# If you're chaining multiple async modules, and you expect them to complete in more than 5 seconds, increase the timeout.
result_poll_interval: 300
result_poll_timeout: 5000
# If the modules doesn't return status/results and timeout exceeded, continue anyway with the chain.
# This is useful to call modules (nested-forward chain mode) that are not returning their status/results.
continue_after_timeout: true
# Enables DNS lookups on zombie IP addresses
dns_hostname_lookup: false
# IP Geolocation
# NOTE: requires MaxMind database. Run ./updated-geoipdb to install.
geoip:
enable: true
database: '/opt/GeoIP/GeoLite2-City.mmdb'
# Integration with PhishingFrenzy
# If enabled BeEF will try to get the UID parameter value from the hooked URI, as this is used by PhishingFrenzy
# to uniquely identify the victims. In this way you can easily associate phishing emails with hooked browser.
integration:
phishing_frenzy:
enable: false
# You may override default extension configuration parameters here
# Note: additional experimental extensions are available in the 'extensions' directory
# and can be enabled via their respective 'config.yaml' file
extension:
admin_ui:
enable: true
base_path: "/ui"
demos:
enable: true
events:
enable: true
evasion:
enable: false
requester:
enable: true
proxy:
enable: true
network:
enable: true
metasploit:
enable: false
social_engineering:
enable: true
xssrays:
enable: true
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