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Hardware-Bruteforce-Framework-2

Currently under developpement (but as Apache said: it works!).

Needs:

  • a RaspberryPi or something equivalent supporting Linux and i2c
  • an Arduino supporting Keyboard.h and Mouse.h (Arduino Leonardo for example) or a Teensy 2.x/3.x.
  • 3 wires in order to connect Pi and Arduino
  • Optional: an USB webcam (RaspiCam is too slow)

Targets and wordlists support:

  • BIOS only supported on Teensy 2.x
  • Unicode only supported on Teensy 3.x

Installation (Pi part):

  • Enable i2c:
    • apt-get install i2c-tools libi2c-dev python-smbus
    • sed -i 's/^blacklist i2c-bcm2708$/#&/g' /etc/modprobe.d/raspi-blacklist.conf
    • echo -e "i2c-bcm2708\ni2c-dev" >> /etc/modules
    • echo -e "\n#Enable i2c\ndtparam=i2c1=on\ndtparam=i2c_arm=on" >> /boot/config.txt
  • apt-get install git imagemagick fswebcam
  • optionnal (for WOL): apt-get install scapy
  • optionnal (for remote analysis): apt-get install python-pip && pip install pyftpdlib
  • reboot
  • git clone https://github.com/cervoise/Hardware-Bruteforce-Framework-2.git
  • cd Hardware-Bruteforce-Framework-2/Raspberry

Installation (Arduino/Teensy part):

  • push the Arduino project from Arduino folder.

Wiring:

  • Connect your Raspberry Pi and Teensy/Arduino SDA, SCL, and GND pins together

RPI B & Leonardo:

RPI B+ & Teensy 3.0:

More wiring examples can be found in directory Docs/Scheme/Raspberry-ArduinoTeensy/