WHID Elite: GSM-enabled Multi-Purpose Offensive Device
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WHID Elite is a GSM-enabled Open-Source Multi-Purpose Offensive Device that allows a threat actor to remotely inject keystrokes, bypass air-gapped systems, conduct mousejacking attacks, do acoustic surveillance, RF replay attacks and much more. In practice, is THE Wet Dream of any Security Consultant out there!
Some of the main features of WHIDelite are:
- Remote control over GSM/2G Networks
- Remote HID Injection
- Bypass Air-Gapped Environments
- Support for Mousejacking Attacks
- Radio Hacking related Attacks
- Embedded USB HUB to easily weaponize USB Gadgets
- GPS Location of WHIDElite
- Remote Audio Surveillance
Hardware Design Author: Luca Bongiorni – //twitter.com/lucabongiorni
For more information about it checkout //elite.whid.ninja and do follow the news feed at //twitter.com/WHID_Injector
Disclaimer: This research tool has been designed to be used ONLY by experienced personnel against targets in-scope during a Security Engagement or to raise security awareness during trainings. Neither the manufacturer, nor the Author are responsible for any damage occurred by its misuse.
Mandatory Hardware Needed:
A SIM Card able to work with a GSM/2G operator.
>= 500mAh LiPo battery (e.g. //tinyurl.com/ycvf2r4x ) Beside WHID Elite itself, the only further hardware needed for testing WHID Elite is a LiPo battery of at least 500mAh (PERSONALLY I RECOMMEND >600mAh. BETTER >1000mAh).
This requirement is dictated by the GSM module SIM800, which in some conditions it requires more Ampere than a standard 500mAh USB port can provide.
It is NOT recommended to run WHID-Elite WITHOUT LiPo!!!
To connect the LiPo battery, I do recommend to use JST-PH 1.25 male/female connectors. Thus you will be able to easily detach it when not in use. (e.g. //tinyurl.com/y9kmq27b )
[NOTE] In case you live in a country where the 2G/GSM networks are not available anymore… you will need to create your own GSM network. Which means you will need to run either OpenBTS or OpenBSC with a dedicated HW (e.g. LimeSDR, USRP, BladeRF, NanoBTS, etc.). You will just need to be able to send and receive SMS. No data traffic (i.e. GPRS/EDGE) needed at this stage. Said that, you can always use the standalone sketches to test indiviual features (e.g. Mousejacking, Jamming, Transmitting ASK/OOK sequences, etc.)
[FOR WORLD] In case you have no National Operator that sells GSM SIMs, You can always try to check if your country is supported by //www.thingsmobile.com Check Coverage here //www.thingsmobile.com/business/coverage
[FOR US] You can always check if your area is covered by TING, which still provides 2G network within USA//ting.com/shop/gsmSIM Check Coverage here //ting.com/coverage#
See more details at //github.com/whid-injector/whid-31337/blob/master/README.md
Content of the packet:
1 WHID Elite
1 2G PCB Antenna