bettercap – Swiss Army knife for 802.11, BLE, IPv4 and IPv6 networks

bettercap is a powerful, easily extensible and portable framework which aims to offer to security researchers, red teamers and reverse engineers an easy to use, all-in-one solution.

It offers features needed for performing reconnaissance and attacking WiFi networks, Bluetooth Low Energy devices, wireless HID devices and IPv4/IPv6 networks.

This is free and open source software.

Features include:

  • WiFi networks scanning, deauthentication attack, clientless PMKID association attack and automatic WPA/WPA2 client handshakes capture.
  • Bluetooth Low Energy devices scanning, characteristics enumeration, reading and writing.
    2.4Ghz wireless devices scanning and MouseJacking attacks with over-the-air HID frames injection (with DuckyScript support).
  • Passive and active IP network hosts probing and recon.
  • ARP, DNS, DHCPv6 and NDP spoofers for MITM attacks on IPv4 and IPv6 based networks.
  • Proxies at packet level, TCP level and HTTP/HTTPS application level fully scriptable with easy to implement javascript plugins.
  • A powerful network sniffer for credentials harvesting which can also be used as a network protocol fuzzer.
  • A very fast port scanner.
  • A powerful REST API with support for asynchronous events notification on websocket to orchestrate your attacks easily.
  • An easy to use web user interface.

Website: www.bettercap.org
Support: GitHub Code Repository
Developer: Simone Margaritelli, Kent Gruber, buffermet, Gianluca Braga, Giuseppe Trotta
License: GNU General Public License v3.0

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