FruityWifi is an open source tool to audit wireless networks. It allows the user to deploy advanced attacks by directly using the web interface or by sending messages to it.
Initialy the application was created to be used with the Raspberry-Pi, but it can be installed on any Debian based system.
FruityWifi v2.0 has many upgrades. A new interface, new modules, Realtek chipsets support, Mobile Broadband (3G/4G) support, a new control panel, and more.
FruityWifi is based on modules making it more flexible. These modules can be installed from the control panel to provide FruityWifi with new functionalities.
Within the available modules you can find URLsnarf, DNSspoof, Kismet, mdk3, ngrep, nmap, Squid3 y SSLstrip (code injection functionality), Captive Portal, AutoSSH, Meterpreter, Tcpdump and more.
AutoSSH allows the user to create a reverse ssh connection, restarting it in case that the connection has been closed or dropped. It is useful to keep a permanent connection with FruityWifi.
Meterpreter is an outstanding tool to gather information from a compromised host, manipulate system processes and/or kill them, and more. This module allows FruityWifi to compromise more hosts and use them to access more devices and networks.
Nessus is a vulnerability scanner. With this module it is possible to scan hosts from FruityWifi without using the Nessus interface. We can discover the vulnerabilities present on each of the hosts to understand the attack surface and compromise them.
Among the new features FruityWifi now supports Mobile Broadband (3G/4G). We can use this module to connect a 3G/4G dongle and give internet access to FruityWifi without the need of Wifi or Ethernet.