Freeway | WiFi Penetration Testing & Auditing Tool

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Note

Before using the software, the user must agree to the EULA when prompted

1. Overview

Freeway is a Python scapy-based tool for WiFi penetration that aim to help ethical hackers and pentesters develop their skills and knowledge in auditing and securing home or enterprise networks.

2. Features

  • IEEE 802.11 Packet Monitoring
  • Deauthentication Attack
  • Beacon Flood
  • Packet Fuzzer
  • Network Audit
  • Channel Hopper
  • Evil Twin

Description of the features can be found in Section 6

3. Preparation

It is necessary to have:

  • A network adapter supporting monitor mode and frame injection.
  • An operating system running a Linux distribution.
  • Python 3+ installed.

Optionally, install Scapy and Rich packages for Python if not installing via pip (see Section 4)

4. Setup

Option A: Install via PyPi (RECOMMENDED)

  $ sudo pip install 3way

Option B: Install or run manually

First, clone the repository:

git clone https://github.com/FLOCK4H/Freeway

Navigate to the cloned repository:

cd Freeway

Option 1: Install dependencies, folders, and Freeway. (RECOMMENDED)

This will allow to launch the tool from anywhere

sudo pip install .

Option 2: Run without installation using Python.

Must be called from the /Freeway directory

sudo pip install scapy rich
sudo python Freeway

5. Usage

This tool comes with its own command line interface (CLI) and can be run without specifying any additional arguments.

Click to expand the CLI usage


And with the additional arguments, to skip the CLI partially or completely.

Click to expand the arguments usage



6. Details

  • Packet Monitor - Sniffs the WiFi packets in the air, analyze them and return the result onto the python’s curses display. Catches SSIDs, MACs, Clients, Uptime, Channel, Signal (dBm), Encryption and resolves manufacturer. Catches PMKIDs in hashcat crackable format, and 4-way Handshakes, as well as other EAPOL packets. Logs the captured session to the /caps folder or every captured packet if Save output was selected.
  • Deauthentication Attack (Deauthing) - Disconnects a device from the network by sending a packet containing AP1 address, device address (or broadcast for Mass Deauthing) and the deauthentication frame with a reason of kicking the client(s). In case where a device address is a broadcast address, the AP will in most cases disconnect all clients at once. Freeway creates separate thread for every AP or client found in order to make deauthing maximally efficient.
  • Beacon Flood Attack - Floods the nearby WiFi scanners with fake or malformed APs. It can cause the devices looking for WiFi to behave abnormally (e.g. crash, freeze, drain the battery or run slower) and disrupt the nearby network traffic. User is able to specify his own ssid list, use the default one and generate correct (but random) or malformed beacon packets.
  • Packet Fuzzer - Fuzzing is a technique of network vulnerability assesment by sending a wide array of malformed or semi-random data to network interfaces and observing the responses. Freeway covers: Replay captured packets (RX&TX2), Spam CTS/RTS or Probe requests and Flood an AP with Authentication or Association Frames. Devices that will capture fuzzed packets will behave differently depending on vulnerability level of receiver (!USE WITH CAUTION!).
  • Network Audit - Gathers all possible information about specific network and returns them onto the curses view. Tracks all clients signal and last activity, as well as resolve the manufacturer.
  • Channel Hopper - Changes the current channel of the network adapter. Helpful in making specific attacks more successful.
  • Evil Twin - Hosts a legitimate Access Point with Captive Portal, this β€˜legitimate’ AP asks user for login/ bank credentials, or to download malware. First, there’s a normal AP created, most times with an ESSID and MAC of existing network. Then, we host our captive portal (e.g., login website), so a normal web server, that reroutes users to our index.html trying to associate with the network we spoof.

1Access Points

2Transceive and receive at the same time

7. Uninstall

In case where Freeway doesn’t meet the expectations and was installed via pip, the removal process is as easy:

sudo pip uninstall 3way

The rename to 3way is done on purpose to β€˜reserve’ the name for the future official pip release as Freeway is taken.

TODO

:white_check_mark: Evil Twin attack

:white_check_mark: Version & update checker

:white_check_mark: PyPi Release

Changelog

19.05

  1. Fixed rare RuntimeError in deauth.py caused by iterating on dynamicly changing size dictionary
  2. Further improvements of beacon packet formatting in beacon_spam.py

27.05

  1. Added updater.py
  2. Added evil_twin.py
  3. Added /templates folder
  4. Added Evil Twin to actions list
  5. Updated README.md
  6. PyPi Release

3.05

  1. Added git_downloader.py
  2. Updated beacon_spam
  3. Updated evil_twin

Known Issues

  1. Android filters out fake beacon frames (works for Android 5, doesn’t on Android 11+, versions below Android 11 and above Android 5 were not tested.)
  2. EvilTwin needs a second adapter connected to the internet (Not really an issue), to be able to reroute traffic

Legal Note

Important

Any malicious use of such features should be considered a crime,
always assert permission to perform the penetration testing.

License

The distribution of Freeway is regulated by the standard MIT license, users can feel free to use, share and contribute to the repository or report bugs.

GitHub:

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