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  1. After using MITMf for a while on my Kali Linux machine, I'm wondering whether it would be feasible to use it on a Bash Bunny. You'd have to be able to pull things like the gateway and DNS server automatically, but beyond that the only problem I can think of is the complex dependencies for MITMf. Thoughts?
  2. Hello Hak5 members, New to this site and platform, but am pretty excited to be back in the states and to get my hands on the Tetra I purchased. When looking at modules I can't seem to find something similar to the MITMf framework integrated into it. This takes use of filepwn, but I have been having a great experience using Shellter. Where should I go for learning how to integrate a new module into the Pineapple? Here is what I am wanting: 1. Client makes request for .exe file 2. Pineapple forwards to the web server 3. Web server responds 4. Pineapple receives the traffic: If (PARAMS == TRUE): Pass the executable over to Shellter, inject a payload, then forward to the client. else: forward to the client Some of the params you would setup would be maximum file size (to make sure the process doesn't take too long), if the program is already wrapped, etc. Ideally, one would be running some sort HTTPS downgrade attack, or SSL Stripper, so the probability of injection is higher as most sites now use https. Shellter has been awesome for me when it comes to AV evasion, but it may also be perfect to allow user's to pipe the executable to whatever program they want to handle the payload injection and just have the module looking for the created file to popup in a specific location.
  3. I want to install MITMF into my mark5 pineapple. Is this possible without pip and other stuff? I cant install pip and other dependencies because lack of system resources. Thanks.
  4. Looks like a new release will be coming out soon, but even more exciting is the MITMf integration that is on the cards (Unless this is going to be in the next release!). MITMf will replace some of the infusions we have come to love and hate, and replace them with a one stop shop framework. This will hopefully solve some of the issues we were having running multiple infusions impacting the network. Now we will have the best of hardware and software MITM in one sweet pineapple! Some functionality may not make it due to being CPU intensive (FilePwn), regardless, this is going to be a giant leap! MITMf V0.9.5 Framework for Man-In-The-Middle attacks Availible plugins Responder - LLMNR, NBT-NS and MDNS poisoner SSLstrip+ - Partially bypass HSTS Spoof - Redirect traffic using ARP Spoofing, ICMP Redirects or DHCP Spoofing and modify DNS queries Sniffer - Sniffs for various protocol login and auth attempts BeEFAutorun - Autoruns BeEF modules based on clients OS or browser type AppCachePoison - Perform app cache poison attacks SessionHijacking - Performs session hijacking attacks, and stores cookies in a firefox profile BrowserProfiler - Attempts to enumerate all browser plugins of connected clients CacheKill - Kills page caching by modifying headers FilePwn - Backdoor executables being sent over http using bdfactory Inject - Inject arbitrary content into HTML content JavaPwn - Performs drive-by attacks on clients with out-of-date java browser plugins jskeylogger - Injects a javascript keylogger into clients webpages Replace - Replace arbitary content in HTML content SMBAuth - Evoke SMB challenge-response auth attempts Upsidedownternet - Flips images 180 degrees Changelog Addition of the Sniffer plugin which integrates Net-Creds currently supported protocols are: FTP, IRC, POP, IMAP, Telnet, SMTP, SNMP (community strings), NTLMv1/v2 (all supported protocols like HTTP, SMB, LDAP etc..) and Kerberos Integrated Responder to poison LLMNR, NBT-NS and MDNS, and act as a WPAD rogue server. Integrated SSLstrip+ by Leonardo Nve to partially bypass HSTS as demonstrated at BlackHat Asia 2014 Addition of the SessionHijacking plugin, which uses code from FireLamb to store cookies in a Firefox profile Spoof plugin now supports ICMP, ARP and DHCP spoofing along with DNS tampering Spoof plugin can now exploit the 'ShellShock' bug when DHCP spoofing! Usage of third party tools has been completely removed (e.g. ettercap) FilePwn plugin re-written to backdoor executables and zip files on the fly by using the-backdoor-factory and code from BDFProxy Added msfrpc.py for interfacing with Metasploits rpc server Added beefapi.py for interfacing with BeEF's RESTfulAPI Addition of the app-cache poisoning attack by Krzysztof Kotowicz (blogpost explaining the attack here http://blog.kotowicz.net/2010/12/squid-imposter-phishing-websites.html) Links: https://twitter.com/hak5darren/status/585168796739964928 https://twitter.com/sebkinne/status/585550844260700162 https://github.com/byt3bl33d3r/MITMf/
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