Routopsy – A Toolkit Built To Attack Often Overlooked Networking Protocols

Routopsy is a toolkit built to attack often overlooked networking protocols. Routopsy currently supports attacks against Dynamic Routing Protocols (DRP) and First-Hop Redundancy Protocols (FHRP). Most of the attacks currently implemented make use of a weaponised ‘virtual router’ as opposed to implementing protocols from scratch. The tooling is not limited to the virtual routers, andRead More

IoTMap – Research Project On Heterogeneous IoT Protocols Modelling

IoTMap is a tool that models IoT networks using one or multiple protocols simultaneously. This is work in progress, as a part of a PhD thesis on Internet Of Things security. This repository is regularly updated as new results are obtained. This project supports 3 protocol as this time : BLE, ZigBee and OS4I. MoreRead More

Mistica – An Open Source Swiss Army Knife For Arbitrary Communication Over Application Protocols

Mística is a tool that allows to embed data into application layer protocol fields, with the goal of establishing a bi-directional channel for arbitrary communications. Currently, encapsulation into HTTP, DNS and ICMP protocols has been implemented, but more protocols are expected to be introduced in the near future.Mística has a modular design, built around aRead More