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Table of Contents

Native
Android
iOS
Windows

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Intercept Open

An example for intercepting libc#open & logging backtrace if specific file was opened.

Interceptor.attach(Module.findExportByName("/system/lib/libc.so", "open"), {
	onEnter: function(args) {
		// debug only the intended calls
		this.flag = false;
		var filename = Memory.readCString(ptr(args[0]));
		if (filename.indexOf("something") != -1) {
			this.flag = true;
			var backtrace = Thread.backtrace(this.context, Backtracer.ACCURATE).map(DebugSymbol.fromAddress).join("\n\t");
			console.log("file name [ " + Memory.readCString(ptr(args[0])) + " ]\nBacktrace:" + backtrace);
		}
	},
	onLeave: function(retval) {
		if (this.flag) // passed from onEnter
			console.warn("\nretval: " + retval);
	}
});
Output example

TODO


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Execute shell command

import frida
from frida_tools.application import Reactor
import threading
import click


class Shell(object):
    def __init__(self, argv, env):
        self._stop_requested = threading.Event()
        self._reactor = Reactor(run_until_return=lambda reactor: self._stop_requested.wait())

        self._device = frida.get_usb_device()
        self._sessions = set()

        self._device.on("child-added", lambda child: self._reactor.schedule(lambda: self._on_child_added(child)))
        self._device.on("child-removed", lambda child: self._reactor.schedule(lambda: self._on_child_removed(child)))
        self._device.on("output", lambda pid, fd, data: self._reactor.schedule(lambda: self._on_output(pid, fd, data)))

        self.argv = argv
        self.env = env
        self.output = []  # stdout will pushed into array

    def exec(self):
        self._reactor.schedule(lambda: self._start())
        self._reactor.run()

    def _start(self):
        click.secho("✔ spawn(argv={})".format(self.argv), fg='green', dim=True)
        pid = self._device.spawn(self.argv, env=self.env, stdio='pipe')
        self._instrument(pid)

    def _stop_if_idle(self):
        if len(self._sessions) == 0:
            self._stop_requested.set()

    def _instrument(self, pid):
        click.secho("✔ attach(pid={})".format(pid), fg='green', dim=True)
        session = self._device.attach(pid)
        session.on("detached", lambda reason: self._reactor.schedule(lambda: self._on_detached(pid, session, reason)))
        click.secho("✔ enable_child_gating()", fg='green', dim=True)
        session.enable_child_gating()
        # print("✔ resume(pid={})".format(pid))
        self._device.resume(pid)
        self._sessions.add(session)

    def _on_child_added(self, child):
        click.secho("⚡ child_added: {}".format(child), fg='green', dim=True)
        self._instrument(child.pid)

    @staticmethod
    def _on_child_removed(child):
        click.secho("⚡ child_removed: {}".format(child), fg='green', dim=True)

    def _on_output(self, pid, fd, data):
        # print("⚡ output: pid={}, fd={}, data={}".format(pid, fd, repr(data)))
        # fd=0 (input) fd=1(stdout) fd=2(stderr)
        if fd != 2:
            self.output.append(data)

    def _on_detached(self, pid, session, reason):
        click.secho("⚡ detached: pid={}, reason='{}'".format(pid, reason), fg='green', dim=True)
        self._sessions.remove(session)
        self._reactor.schedule(self._stop_if_idle, delay=0.5)

    @staticmethod
    def _on_message(pid, message):
        click.secho("⚡ message: pid={}, payload={}".format(pid, message), fg='green', dim=True)
Usage example

List directory contents:

def ls(folder):
    cmd = Shell(['/bin/sh', '-c', 'ls -la ' + folder], None)
    cmd.exec()
    for chunk in cmd.output:
        print(chunk.strip().decode())

Pull binary from iOS

cmd = Shell(['/bin/sh', '-c', 'cat /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/Example.framework/example'], None)
cmd.exec()
with open('/tmp/example', 'wb+') as f:
    f.writelines(cmd.output)
 # $ file /tmp/example
 # /tmp/example: Mach-O 64-bit 64-bit architecture=12 executable


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List modules

Process.enumerateModulesSync()
    .filter(function(m){ return m['path'].toLowerCase().indexOf('app') !=-1 ; })
    .forEach(function(m) {
        console.log(JSON.stringify(m, null, '  '));
        // to list exports use Module.enumerateExportsSync(m.name)
    });
Output example TODO


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Log SQLite query

Interceptor.attach(Module.findExportByName('libsqlite.so', 'sqlite3_prepare16_v2'), {
      onEnter: function(args) {
          console.log('DB: ' + Memory.readUtf16String(args[0]) + '\tSQL: ' + Memory.readUtf16String(args[1]));
      }
});
Output example TODO


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Reveal native methods

registerNativeMethods can be used as anti reversing technique to the native .so libraries, e.g. hiding the symbols as much as possible, obfuscating the exported symbols and eventually adding some protection over the JNI bridge. source

var fIntercepted = false;

function revealNativeMethods() {
    if (fIntercepted === true) {
        return;
    }
    var jclassAddress2NameMap = {};
    var androidRunTimeSharedLibrary = "libart.so"; // may change between devices
    Module.enumerateSymbolsSync(androidRunTimeSharedLibrary).forEach(function(symbol){
        switch (symbol.name) {
            case "_ZN3art3JNI21RegisterNativeMethodsEP7_JNIEnvP7_jclassPK15JNINativeMethodib":
                /*
                    $ c++filt "_ZN3art3JNI21RegisterNativeMethodsEP7_JNIEnvP7_jclassPK15JNINativeMethodib"
                    art::JNI::RegisterNativeMethods(_JNIEnv*, _jclass*, JNINativeMethod const*, int, bool)
                */
                var RegisterNativeMethodsPtr = symbol.address;
                console.log("RegisterNativeMethods is at " + RegisterNativeMethodsPtr);
                Interceptor.attach(RegisterNativeMethodsPtr, {
                    onEnter: function(args) {
                        var methodsPtr = ptr(args[2]);
                        var methodCount = parseInt(args[3]);
                        for (var i = 0; i < methodCount; i++) {
                            var pSize = Process.pointerSize;
                            /*
                                https://android.googlesource.com/platform/libnativehelper/+/master/include_jni/jni.h#129
                                typedef struct {
                                    const char* name;
                                    const char* signature;
                                    void* fnPtr;
                                } JNINativeMethod;
                            */
                            var structSize = pSize * 3; // JNINativeMethod contains 3 pointers
                            var namePtr = Memory.readPointer(methodsPtr.add(i * structSize));
                            var sigPtr = Memory.readPointer(methodsPtr.add(i * structSize + pSize));
                            var fnPtrPtr = Memory.readPointer(methodsPtr.add(i * structSize + (pSize * 2)));
                            // output schema: className#methodName(arguments)returnVal@address
                            console.log(
                                // package & class, replacing forward slash with dot for convenience
                                jclassAddress2NameMap[args[0]].replace(/\//g, '.') +
                                '#' + Memory.readCString(namePtr) + // method
                                Memory.readCString(sigPtr) + // signature (arguments & return type)
                                '@' + fnPtrPtr // C side address
                            );
                        }
                    },
                    onLeave: function (ignoredReturnValue) {}
                });
                break;
            case "_ZN3art3JNI9FindClassEP7_JNIEnvPKc": // art::JNI::FindClass
                Interceptor.attach(symbol.address, {
                    onEnter: function(args) {
                        if (args[1] != null) {
                            jclassAddress2NameMap[args[0]] = Memory.readCString(args[1]);
                        }
                    },
                    onLeave: function (ignoredReturnValue) {}
                });
                break;
        }
    });
    fIntercepted = true;
}

Java.perform(revealNativeMethods);
Output example TODO


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Log method arguments

def on_message(m, _data):
    if m['type'] == 'send':
        print(m['payload'])
    elif m['type'] == 'error':
        print(m)


def switch(argument_key, idx):
    """
    c/c++ variable type to javascript reader switch implementation
    # TODO handle other arguments, [long, longlong..]
    :param argument_key: variable type
    :param idx: index in symbols array
    :return: javascript to read the type of variable
    """
    argument_key = argument_key.replace(' ', '')
    return '%d: %s' % (idx, {
        'int': 'args[%d].toInt32(),',
        'unsignedint': 'args[%d].toInt32(),',
        'std::string': 'Memory.readUtf8String(Memory.readPointer(args[%d])),',
        'bool': 'Boolean(args[%d]),'
    }[argument_key] % idx)


def list_symbols_from_object_files(module_id):
    import subprocess
    return subprocess.getoutput('nm --demangle --dynamic %s' % module_id)


def parse_nm_output(nm_stdout, symbols):
    for line in nm_stdout.splitlines():
        split = line.split()
        open_parenthesis_idx = line.find('(')
        raw_arguments = [] if open_parenthesis_idx == -1 else line[open_parenthesis_idx + 1:-1]
        if len(raw_arguments) > 0:  # ignore methods without arguments
            raw_argument_list = raw_arguments.split(',')
            symbols.append({
                'address': split[0],
                'type': split[1],  # @see Symbol Type Table
                'name': split[2][:split[2].find('(')],  # method name
                'args': raw_argument_list
            })


def get_js_script(method, module_id):
    js_script = """
        var moduleName = "{{moduleName}}", nativeFuncAddr = {{methodAddress}};
        Interceptor.attach(Module.findExportByName(null, "dlopen"), {
            onEnter: function(args) {
                this.lib = Memory.readUtf8String(args[0]);
                console.log("[*] dlopen called with: " + this.lib);
            },
            onLeave: function(retval) {
                if (this.lib.endsWith(moduleName)) {
                    Interceptor.attach(Module.findBaseAddress(moduleName).add(nativeFuncAddr), {
                        onEnter: function(args) {
                            console.log("[*] hook invoked", JSON.stringify({{arguments}}, null, '\t'));
                        }
                    });
                }
            }
        });
    """
    replace_map = {
        '{{moduleName}}': module_id,
        '{{methodAddress}}': '0x' + method['address'],
        '{{arguments}}': '{' + ''.join([switch(method['args'][i], i + 1) for i in range(len(method['args']))]) + '}'
    }
    for k, v in replace_map.items():
        js_script = js_script.replace(k, v)
    print('[+] JS Script:\n', js_script)
    return js_script


def main(app_id, module_id, method):
    """
    $ python3.x+ script.py --method SomeClass::someMethod --app com.company.app --module libfoo.so
    :param app_id: application identifier / bundle id 
    :param module_id: shared object identifier / known suffix, will iterate loaded modules (@see dlopen) 
    :param method: method/symbol name
    :return: hook native method and print arguments when invoked
    """
    # TODO extract all app's modules via `adb shell -c 'ls -lR /data/app/' + app_if + '*' | grep "\.so"`

    nm_stdout = list_symbols_from_object_files(module_id)

    symbols = []
    parse_nm_output(nm_stdout, symbols)

    selection_idx = None
    for idx, symbol in enumerate(symbols):
        if method is None:  # if --method flag is not passed
            print("%4d) %s (%d)" % (idx, symbol['name'], len(symbol['args'])))
        elif method == symbol['name']:
            selection_idx = idx
            break
    if selection_idx is None:
        if method is None:
            selection_idx = input("Enter symbol number: ")
        else:
            print('[+] Method not found, remove method flag to get list of methods to select from, `nm` stdout:')
            print(nm_stdout)
            exit(2)

    method = symbols[int(selection_idx)]
    print('[+] Selected method: %s' % method['name'])
    print('[+] Method arguments: %s' % method['args'])

    from frida import get_usb_device
    device = get_usb_device()
    pid = device.spawn([app_id])
    session = device.attach(pid)
    script = session.create_script(get_js_script(method, module_id))
    script.on('message', on_message)
    script.load()
    device.resume(app_id)
    # keep hook alive
    from sys import stdin
    stdin.read()


if __name__ == '__main__':
    from argparse import ArgumentParser
    parser = ArgumentParser()
    parser.add_argument('--app', help='app identifier "com.company.app"')
    parser.add_argument('--module', help='loaded module name "libfoo.2.so"')
    parser.add_argument('--method', help='method name "SomeClass::someMethod", if empty it will print select-list')
    args = parser.parse_args()
    main(args.app, args.module, args.method)
Symbol Type Table
    "A" The symbol's value is absolute, and will not be changed by further linking.
    "B" The symbol is in the uninitialized data section (known as BSS).
    "C" The symbol is common.  Common symbols are uninitialized data.
       When linking, multiple common symbols may appear	with the same name.  
       If the symbol is defined anywhere, the common symbols are treated as undefined	references.
    "D" The symbol is in the initialized data section.
    "G" The symbol is in an initialized data section for small objects.
       Some object file formats permit more efficient access to small data objects, such as a global int variable as 
       opposed to a large global array.
    "I" The symbol is an indirect reference to another symbol.
       This is a GNU extension to the a.out object file format which is rarely used.
    "N" The symbol is a debugging symbol.
    "R" The symbol is in a read only data section.
    "S" The symbol is in an uninitialized data section for small objects.
    "T" The symbol is in the text (code) section.
    "U" The symbol is undefined.
    "V" The symbol is a weak object. When a weak defined symbol is linked with a normal defined symbol, 
        the normal defined symbol is used with no error.  
        When a weak undefined symbol is linked and the symbol is not defined, the value of the weak symbol becomes 
        zero with no error.
    "W" The symbol is a weak symbol that has not been specifically tagged as a weak object symbol. 
        When a weak defined symbol is linked with a normal defined symbol, 
        the normal defined symbol is used with no error.  
        When a weak undefined symbol is linked and the symbol is not defined, the value of the symbol is determined 
        in a system-specific manner without error.  
        On some systems, uppercase indicates that a default value has been specified.
    "-" The symbol is a stabs symbol in an a.out object file.  
        In this case, the next values printed are the stabs other field, the stabs desc field, and the stab type.  
        Stabs symbols are used to hold debugging information.
    "?" The symbol type is unknown, or object file format specific.


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Enumerate loaded classes

And save to a file named pkg.classes

$ frida -U com.pkg -qe 'Java.perform(function(){Java.enumerateLoadedClasses({"onMatch":function(c){console.log(c);}});});' -o pkg.classes
Output example TODO


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Class description

Get class methods & members.

Object.getOwnPropertyNames(Java.use('com.company.CustomClass').__proto__).join('\n\t')

If there is a name collision, method & member has the same name, an underscore will be added to member. source

	let fieldJsName = env.stringFromJni(fieldName);
	while (jsMethods.hasOwnProperty(fieldJsName)) {
		fieldJsName = '_' + fieldJsName;
	}
Output example TODO


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Turn Wifi OFF

It will turn WiFi off on the creation of the first Acivity.

var WifiManager = Java.use("android.net.wifi.WifiManager");
Java.use("android.app.Activity").onCreate.overload("android.os.Bundle").implementation = function(bundle) {
    var wManager = Java.cast(this.getSystemService("wifi"), WifiManager);
    console.log('isWifiEnabled ?', wManager.isWifiEnabled());
    wManager.setWifiEnabled(false);
    this.$init(bundle);
}
Output example TODO


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Get IMEI

Can also hook & change IMEI.

function getIMEI(){
    console.log('IMEI =', Java.use("android.telephony.TelephonyManager").$new().getDeviceId());
}
Java.perform(getIMEI)
Output example TODO


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Hook io InputStream

Hook InputputStream & print buffer as ascii with char limit & exclude list.

function binaryToHexToAscii(array, readLimit) {
    var result = [];
    // read 100 bytes #performance
    readLimit = readLimit || 100;
    for (var i = 0; i < readLimit; ++i) {
        result.push(String.fromCharCode( // hex2ascii part
            parseInt(
                ('0' + (array[i] & 0xFF).toString(16)).slice(-2), // binary2hex part
                16
            )
        ));
    }
    return result.join('');
}

function hookInputStream() {
    Java.use('java.io.InputStream')['read'].overload('[B').implementation = function(b) {
        // execute original and save return value
        var retval = this.read(b);
        var resp = binaryToHexToAscii(b);
        // conditions to not print garbage packets
        var reExcludeList = new RegExp(['Mmm'/*, 'Ping' /*, ' Yo'*/].join('|'));
        if ( ! reExcludeList.test(resp) ) {
            console.log(resp);
        }
        var reIncludeList = new RegExp(['AAA', 'BBB', 'CCC'].join('|')); 
        if ( reIncludeList.test(resp) ) {
            send( binaryToHexToAscii(b, 1200) );
        }
        return retval;
    };
}

Java.perform(hookInputStream);
Output example TODO


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Android make Toast

Java.scheduleOnMainThread(function() {
	Java.use("android.widget.Toast")
	    .makeText(
            	Java.use("android.app.ActivityThread").currentApplication().getApplicationContext(),
            	"Text to Toast here",
            	0 // https://developer.android.com/reference/android/widget/Toast#LENGTH_LONG
        	)
        .show();
});
Output example TODO

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Await for condition

Await until specific DLL will load in Unity app, can implement hot swap.

var awaitForCondition = function(callback) {
    var int = setInterval(function() {
        if (Module.findExportByName(null, "mono_get_root_domain")) {
            clearInterval(int);
            callback();
            return;
        }
    }, 0);
}

function hook() {
    Interceptor.attach(Module.findExportByName(null, "mono_assembly_load_from_full"), {
        onEnter: function(args) {
            this._dll = Memory.readUtf8String(ptr(args[1]));
            console.log('[*]', this._dll);
        },
        onLeave: function(retval) {          
            if (this._dll.endsWith("Assembly-CSharp.dll")) {
                console.log(JSON.stringify({
                    retval: retval,
                    name: this._dll
                }, null, 2));
            }
        }
    });
}
Java.perform(awaitForCondition(hook));
Output example TODO


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Webview URLS

Log whenever WebView switch URL.

Java.use("android.webkit.WebView").loadUrl.overload("java.lang.String").implementation = function (s) {
    send(s.toString());
    this.loadUrl.overload("java.lang.String").call(this, s);
};
Output example TODO


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Print runtime strings

Hoooking toString of StringBuilder/Buffer & printing stacktrace.

Java.perform(function() {
  ['java.lang.StringBuilder', 'java.lang.StringBuffer'].forEach(function(clazz, i) {
    console.log('[?] ' + i + ' = ' + clazz);
    var func = 'toString';
    Java.use(clazz)[func].implementation = function() {
      var ret = this[func]();
      if (ret.indexOf('') != -1) {
        // print stacktrace if return value contains specific string
        Java.perform(function() {
          var jAndroidLog = Java.use("android.util.Log"), jException = Java.use("java.lang.Exception");
          console.log( jAndroidLog.getStackTraceString( jException.$new() ) );
        }); 
      }   
      send('[' + i + '] ' + ret);
      return ret;
    }   
  }); 
});
Output example TODO


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String comparison

Java.perform(function() {
    var str = Java.use('java.lang.String'), objectClass = 'java.lang.Object';
    str.equals.overload(objectClass).implementation = function(obj) {
        var response = str.equals.overload(objectClass).call(this, obj);
        if (obj) {
            if (obj.toString().length > 5) {
                send(str.toString.call(this) + ' == ' + obj.toString() + ' ? ' + response);
            }
        }
        return response;
    }
});
Output example TODO


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Hook JNI by address

Hook native method by module name and method address and print arguments.

var moduleName = "libfoo.so"; 
var nativeFuncAddr = 0x1234; // $ nm --demangle --dynamic libfoo.so | grep "Class::method("

Interceptor.attach(Module.findExportByName(null, "dlopen"), {
    onEnter: function(args) {
        this.lib = Memory.readUtf8String(args[0]);
        console.log("dlopen called with: " + this.lib);
    },
    onLeave: function(retval) {
        if (this.lib.endsWith(moduleName)) {
            console.log("ret: " + retval);
            var baseAddr = Module.findBaseAddress(moduleName);
            Interceptor.attach(baseAddr.add(nativeFuncAddr), {
                onEnter: function(args) {
                    console.log("[-] hook invoked");
                    console.log(JSON.stringify({
                        a1: args[1].toInt32(),
                        a2: Memory.readUtf8String(Memory.readPointer(args[2])),
                        a3: Boolean(args[3])
                    }, null, '\t'));
                }
            });
        }
    }
});
Output example TODO


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Hook constructor

Java.use('java.lang.StringBuilder').$init.overload('java.lang.String').implementation = function(stringArgument) {
      console.log("c'tor");
      return this.$init(stringArgument);
};
Output example TODO


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Hook reflection

java.lang.reflect.Method#invoke(Object obj, Object... args, boolean bool)

  Java.use('java.lang.reflect.Method').invoke.overload('java.lang.Object', '[Ljava.lang.Object;', 'boolean').implementation = function(a,b,c) {
      console.log('hooked!', a, b, c);
      return this.invoke(a,b,c);
  };
Output example TODO


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Trace class

Tracing class method, with pretty colors and options to print as JSON & stacktrace.

TODO add trace for c'tor.

var Color = {
    RESET: "\x1b[39;49;00m", Black: "0;01", Blue: "4;01", Cyan: "6;01", Gray: "7;11", Green: "2;01", Purple: "5;01", Red: "1;01", Yellow: "3;01",
    Light: {
        Black: "0;11", Blue: "4;11", Cyan: "6;11", Gray: "7;01", Green: "2;11", Purple: "5;11", Red: "1;11", Yellow: "3;11"
    }
};

/**
 *
 * @param input. 
 *      If an object is passed it will print as json 
 * @param kwargs  options map {
 *     -l level: string;   log/warn/error
 *     -i indent: boolean;     print JSON prettify
 *     -c color: @see ColorMap
 * }
 */
var LOG = function (input, kwargs) {
    kwargs = kwargs || {};
    var logLevel = kwargs['l'] || 'log', colorPrefix = '\x1b[3', colorSuffix = 'm';
    if (typeof input === 'object')
        input = JSON.stringify(input, null, kwargs['i'] ? 2 : null);
    if (kwargs['c'])
        input = colorPrefix + kwargs['c'] + colorSuffix + input + Color.RESET;
    console[logLevel](input);
};

var printBacktrace = function () {
    Java.perform(function() {
        var android_util_Log = Java.use('android.util.Log'), java_lang_Exception = Java.use('java.lang.Exception');
        // getting stacktrace by throwing an exception
        LOG(android_util_Log.getStackTraceString(java_lang_Exception.$new()), { c: Color.Gray });
    });
};

function traceClass(targetClass) {
    var hook;
    try {
        hook = Java.use(targetClass);
    } catch (e) {
        console.error("trace class failed", e);
        return;
    }

    var methods = hook.class.getDeclaredMethods();
    hook.$dispose();

    var parsedMethods = [];
    methods.forEach(function (method) {
        var methodStr = method.toString();
        var methodReplace = methodStr.replace(targetClass + ".", "TOKEN").match(/\sTOKEN(.*)\(/)[1];
         parsedMethods.push(methodReplace);
    });

    uniqBy(parsedMethods, JSON.stringify).forEach(function (targetMethod) {
        traceMethod(targetClass + '.' + targetMethod);
    });
}

function traceMethod(targetClassMethod) {
    var delim = targetClassMethod.lastIndexOf('.');
    if (delim === -1)
        return;

    var targetClass = targetClassMethod.slice(0, delim);
    var targetMethod = targetClassMethod.slice(delim + 1, targetClassMethod.length);

    var hook = Java.use(targetClass);
    var overloadCount = hook[targetMethod].overloads.length;

    LOG({ tracing: targetClassMethod, overloaded: overloadCount }, { c: Color.Green });

    for (var i = 0; i < overloadCount; i++) {
        hook[targetMethod].overloads[i].implementation = function () {
            var log = { '#': targetClassMethod, args: [] };

            for (var j = 0; j < arguments.length; j++) {
                var arg = arguments[j];
                // quick&dirty fix for java.io.StringWriter char[].toString() impl because frida prints [object Object]
                if (j === 0 && arguments[j]) {
                    if (arguments[j].toString() === '[object Object]') {
                        var s = [];
                        for (var k = 0, l = arguments[j].length; k < l; k++) {
                            s.push(arguments[j][k]);
                        }
                        arg = s.join('');
                    }
                }
                log.args.push({ i: j, o: arg, s: arg ? arg.toString(): 'null'});
            }

            var retval;
            try {
                retval = this[targetMethod].apply(this, arguments); // might crash (Frida bug?)
                log.returns = { val: retval, str: retval ? retval.toString() : null };
            } catch (e) {
                console.error(e);
            }
            LOG(log, { c: Color.Blue });
            return retval;
        }
    }
}

// remove duplicates from array
function uniqBy(array, key) {
    var seen = {};
    return array.filter(function (item) {
        var k = key(item);
        return seen.hasOwnProperty(k) ? false : (seen[k] = true);
    });
}


var Main = function() {
    Java.perform(function () { // avoid java.lang.ClassNotFoundException
        [
            // "java.io.File",
            'java.net.Socket'
        ].forEach(traceClass);

        Java.use('java.net.Socket').isConnected.overload().implementation = function () {
            LOG('Socket.isConnected.overload', { c: Color.Light.Cyan });
            printBacktrace();
            return true;
        }
    });
};

Java.perform(Main);

Output example TODO


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iOS alert box

var UIAlertController = ObjC.classes.UIAlertController;
var UIAlertAction = ObjC.classes.UIAlertAction;
var UIApplication = ObjC.classes.UIApplication;
var handler = new ObjC.Block({ retType: 'void', argTypes: ['object'], implementation: function () {} });

ObjC.schedule(ObjC.mainQueue, function () {
  var alert = UIAlertController.alertControllerWithTitle_message_preferredStyle_('Frida', 'Hello from Frida', 1);
  var defaultAction = UIAlertAction.actionWithTitle_style_handler_('OK', 0, handler);
  alert.addAction_(defaultAction);
  // Instead of using `ObjC.choose()` and looking for UIViewController instances on the heap, we have direct access through UIApplication:
  UIApplication.sharedApplication().keyWindow().rootViewController().presentViewController_animated_completion_(alert, true, NULL);
})
Output example TODO


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File Access

Log each file open

Interceptor.attach(ObjC.classes.NSFileManager['- fileExistsAtPath:'].implementation, {
    onEnter: function (args) {
        console.log('open' , ObjC.Object(args[2]).toString());
    }
});
Output example TODO


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Observe class

function observeClass(name) {
    var k = ObjC.classes[name];
    k.$ownMethods.forEach(function(m) {
        var impl = k[m].implementation;
        console.log('Observing ' + name + ' ' + m);
        Interceptor.attach(impl, {
            onEnter: function(a) {
                this.log = [];
                this.log.push('(' + a[0] + ',' + Memory.readUtf8String(a[1]) + ') ' + name + ' ' + m);
                if (m.indexOf(':') !== -1) {
                    var params = m.split(':');
                    params[0] = params[0].split(' ')[1];
                    for (var i = 0; i < params.length - 1; i++) {
                        try {
                            this.log.push(params[i] + ': ' + new ObjC.Object(a[2 + i]).toString());
                        } catch (e) {
                            this.log.push(params[i] + ': ' + a[2 + i].toString());
                        }
                    }
                }

                this.log.push(
                    Thread.backtrace(this.context, Backtracer.ACCURATE)
                        .map(DebugSymbol.fromAddress)
                        .join('\n')
                );
            },

            onLeave: function(r) {
                try {
                    this.log.push('RET: ' + new ObjC.Object(r).toString());
                } catch (e) {
                    this.log.push('RET: ' + r.toString());
                }

                console.log(this.log.join('\n') + '\n');
            }
        });
    });
}
Output example

observeClass('Someclass$innerClass');

Observing Someclass$innerClass - func
Observing Someclass$innerClass - empty
(0x174670040,parameterName) Someclass$innerClass - func
0x10048dd6c libfoo!0x3bdd6c
0x1005a5dd0 libfoo!0x4d5dd0
0x1832151c0 libdispatch.dylib!_dispatch_client_callout
0x183215fb4 libdispatch.dylib!dispatch_once_f
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Find iOS application UUID

Get UUID for specific path when attached to an app by reading plist file under each app container.

var PLACEHOLDER = '{UUID}';
function extractUUIDfromPath(path) {
    var bundleIdentifier = String(ObjC.classes.NSBundle.mainBundle().objectForInfoDictionaryKey_('CFBundleIdentifier'));
    var path_prefix = path.substr(0, path.indexOf(PLACEHOLDER));
    var plist_metadata = '/.com.apple.mobile_container_manager.metadata.plist';
    var folders = ObjC.classes.NSFileManager.defaultManager().contentsOfDirectoryAtPath_error_(path_prefix, NULL);
    for (var i = 0, l = folders.count(); i < l; i++) {
        var uuid = folders.objectAtIndex_(i);
        var metadata = path_prefix + uuid + plist_metadata;
        var dict = ObjC.classes.NSMutableDictionary.alloc().initWithContentsOfFile_(metadata);
        var enumerator = dict.keyEnumerator();
        var key;
        while ((key = enumerator.nextObject()) !== null) {
            if (key == 'MCMMetadataIdentifier') {
                var appId = String(dict.objectForKey_(key));
                if (appId.indexOf(bundleIdentifier) != -1) {
                    return path.replace(PLACEHOLDER, uuid);
                }
            }
        }
    }
}
console.log( extractUUIDfromPath('/var/mobile/Containers/Data/Application/' + PLACEHOLDER + '/Documents') );
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Extract cookies

 var cookieJar = [];
 var cookies = ObjC.classes.NSHTTPCookieStorage.sharedHTTPCookieStorage().cookies();
 for (var i = 0, l = cookies.count(); i < l; i++) {
     var cookie = cookies['- objectAtIndex:'](i);
     cookieJar.push(cookie.Name() + '=' + cookie.Value());
 }
 console.log(cookieJar.join("; "));
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Describe class members

Print map of members (with values) for each class instance

ObjC.choose(ObjC.classes[clazz], {
  onMatch: function (obj) {
    console.log('onMatch: ', obj);
    Object.keys(obj.$ivars).forEach(function(v) {
        console.log('\t', v, '=', obj.$ivars[v]);
    });
  },
  onComplete: function () {
    console.log('onComplete', arguments.length);
  }
});
Output example TODO


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Class hierarchy

Object.keys(ObjC.classes) will list all available Objective C classes, but actually this will return all classes loaded in current process, including system frameworks. If we want something like weak_classdump, to list classes from executable it self only, Objective C runtime already provides such function objc_copyClassNamesForImage

var objc_copyClassNamesForImage = new NativeFunction(
    Module.findExportByName(null, 'objc_copyClassNamesForImage'),
    'pointer',
    ['pointer', 'pointer']
);
var free = new NativeFunction(Module.findExportByName(null, 'free'), 'void', ['pointer']);
var classes = new Array(count);
var p = Memory.alloc(Process.pointerSize);

Memory.writeUInt(p, 0);

var path = ObjC.classes.NSBundle.mainBundle().executablePath().UTF8String();
var pPath = Memory.allocUtf8String(path);
var pClasses = objc_copyClassNamesForImage(pPath, p);
var count = Memory.readUInt(p);
for (var i = 0; i < count; i++) {
    var pClassName = Memory.readPointer(pClasses.add(i * Process.pointerSize));
    classes[i] = Memory.readUtf8String(pClassName);
}

free(pClasses);

var tree = {};
classes.forEach(function(name) {
    var clazz = ObjC.classes[name];
    var chain = [name];
    while (clazz = clazz.$superClass) {
        chain.unshift(clazz.$className);
    }

    var node = tree;
    chain.forEach(function(clazz) {
        node[clazz] = node[clazz] || {};
        node = node[clazz];
    });
});

send(tree);
Output example TODO


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TODOs

  • Add GIFs & examples

  • Add links to /scripts

  • Extend universal SSL unpinning for ios andoid 1 android 2

  • References overview: