Packages and Binaries:

cupid-hostapd

cupid-hostapd provide a binary of the same name that has been patched to exploit the heartbleed vulnerability over EAP TLS tunneled protocols (EAP-PEAP, EAP-TLS, EAP-TTLS) in use in wireless networks.

With cupid-hostapd you can setup a fake wireless network to exploit the vulnerability of terminals that try to connect to it.

Please see presentation slides for a simple introduction to cupid: http://www.slideshare.net/lgrangeia

Installed size: 780 KB
How to install: sudo apt install cupid-hostapd

Dependencies:
  • initscripts
  • libc6
  • libnl-3-200
  • libnl-genl-3-200
  • libssl1.0.2
  • lsb-base
cupid-hostapd

IEEE 802.11 AP, IEEE 802.1X/WPA/WPA2/EAP/RADIUS Authenticator

[email protected]:~# cupid-hostapd --help
cupid-hostapd: invalid option -- '-'
hostapd v2.1
User space daemon for IEEE 802.11 AP management,
IEEE 802.1X/WPA/WPA2/EAP/RADIUS Authenticator
Copyright (c) 2002-2014, Jouni Malinen <[email protected]> and contributors

usage: hostapd [-hdBKtv] [-P <PID file>] [-e <entropy file>] \
         [-g <global ctrl_iface>] [-G <group>] \
         <configuration file(s)>

options:
   -h   show this usage
   -d   show more debug messages (-dd for even more)
   -B   run daemon in the background
   -e   entropy file
   -g   global control interface path
   -G   group for control interfaces
   -P   PID file
   -K   include key data in debug messages
   -t   include timestamps in some debug messages
   -v   show hostapd version

cupid-hostapd_cli

Hostapd command-line interface

[email protected]:~# cupid-hostapd_cli -h
hostapd_cli v2.1
Copyright (c) 2004-2014, Jouni Malinen <[email protected]> and contributors

usage: hostapd_cli [-p<path>] [-i<ifname>] [-hvB] [-a<path>] \
                   [-G<ping interval>] [command..]

Options:
   -h           help (show this usage text)
   -v           shown version information
   -p<path>     path to find control sockets (default: /var/run/hostapd)
   -a<file>     run in daemon mode executing the action file based on events
                from hostapd
   -B           run a daemon in the background
   -i<ifname>   Interface to listen on (default: first interface found in the
                socket path)

Commands:
   mib                  get MIB variables (dot1x, dot11, radius)
   sta <addr>           get MIB variables for one station
   all_sta              get MIB variables for all stations
   new_sta <addr>       add a new station
   deauthenticate <addr>  deauthenticate a station
   disassociate <addr>  disassociate a station
   get_config           show current configuration
   help                 show this usage help
   interface [ifname]   show interfaces/select interface
   level <debug level>  change debug level
   license              show full hostapd_cli license
   quit                 exit hostapd_cli

cupid-wpasupplicant

cupid-wpasupplicant provides a binary of the same name that has been patched to exploit the heartbleed vulnerability over EAP TLS tunneled protocols (EAP-PEAP, EAP-TLS, EAP-TTLS) in use in wireless networks.

With cupid-wpasupplicant you can try to exploit the vulnerability on wireless access points.

Please see presentation slides for a simple introduction to cupid: http://www.slideshare.net/lgrangeia

Installed size: 2.21 MB
How to install: sudo apt install cupid-wpasupplicant

Dependencies:
  • adduser
  • initscripts
  • libc6
  • libdbus-1-3
  • libnl-3-200
  • libnl-genl-3-200
  • libpcsclite1
  • libreadline8
  • libssl1.0.2
  • lsb-base
cupid-wpa_cli

WPA command line client

[email protected]:~# cupid-wpa_cli -h
wpa_cli [-p<path to ctrl sockets>] [-i<ifname>] [-hvB] [-a<action file>] \
        [-P<pid file>] [-g<global ctrl>] [-G<ping interval>]  [command..]
  -h = help (show this usage text)
  -v = shown version information
  -a = run in daemon mode executing the action file based on events from
       wpa_supplicant
  -B = run a daemon in the background
  default path: /var/run/wpa_supplicant
  default interface: first interface found in socket path
commands:
  status [verbose] = get current WPA/EAPOL/EAP status
  ifname = get current interface name
  ping = pings wpa_supplicant
  relog = re-open log-file (allow rolling logs)
  note <text> = add a note to wpa_supplicant debug log
  mib = get MIB variables (dot1x, dot11)
  help [command] = show usage help
  interface [ifname] = show interfaces/select interface
  level <debug level> = change debug level
  license = show full wpa_cli license
  quit = exit wpa_cli
  set = set variables (shows list of variables when run without arguments)
  get <name> = get information
  logon = IEEE 802.1X EAPOL state machine logon
  logoff = IEEE 802.1X EAPOL state machine logoff
  pmksa = show PMKSA cache
  reassociate = force reassociation
  preauthenticate <BSSID> = force preauthentication
  identity <network id> <identity> = configure identity for an SSID
  password <network id> <password> = configure password for an SSID
  new_password <network id> <password> = change password for an SSID
  pin <network id> <pin> = configure pin for an SSID
  otp <network id> <password> = configure one-time-password for an SSID
  passphrase <network id> <passphrase> = configure private key passphrase
    for an SSID
  sim <network id> <pin> = report SIM operation result
  bssid <network id> <BSSID> = set preferred BSSID for an SSID
  blacklist <BSSID> = add a BSSID to the blacklist
  blacklist clear = clear the blacklist
  blacklist = display the blacklist
  log_level <level> [<timestamp>] = update the log level/timestamp
  log_level = display the current log level and log options
  list_networks = list configured networks
  select_network <network id> = select a network (disable others)
  enable_network <network id> = enable a network
  disable_network <network id> = disable a network
  add_network = add a network
  remove_network <network id> = remove a network
  set_network <network id> <variable> <value> = set network variables (shows
    list of variables when run without arguments)
  get_network <network id> <variable> = get network variables
  list_creds = list configured credentials
  add_cred = add a credential
  remove_cred <cred id> = remove a credential
  set_cred <cred id> <variable> <value> = set credential variables
  save_config = save the current configuration
  disconnect = disconnect and wait for reassociate/reconnect command before
    connecting
  reconnect = like reassociate, but only takes effect if already disconnected
  scan = request new BSS scan
  scan_results = get latest scan results
  bss <<idx> | <bssid>> = get detailed scan result info
  get_capability <eap/pairwise/group/key_mgmt/proto/auth_alg/channels/freq/modes> = get capabilies
  reconfigure = force wpa_supplicant to re-read its configuration file
  terminate = terminate wpa_supplicant
  interface_add <ifname> <confname> <driver> <ctrl_interface> <driver_param>
    <bridge_name> = adds new interface, all parameters but <ifname>
    are optional
  interface_remove <ifname> = removes the interface
  interface_list = list available interfaces
  ap_scan <value> = set ap_scan parameter
  scan_interval <value> = set scan_interval parameter (in seconds)
  bss_expire_age <value> = set BSS expiration age parameter
  bss_expire_count <value> = set BSS expiration scan count parameter
  bss_flush <value> = set BSS flush age (0 by default)
  stkstart <addr> = request STK negotiation with <addr>
  ft_ds <addr> = request over-the-DS FT with <addr>
  wps_pbc [BSSID] = start Wi-Fi Protected Setup: Push Button Configuration
  wps_pin <BSSID> [PIN] = start WPS PIN method (returns PIN, if not hardcoded)
  wps_check_pin <PIN> = verify PIN checksum
  wps_cancel Cancels the pending WPS operation
  wps_nfc [BSSID] = start Wi-Fi Protected Setup: NFC
  wps_nfc_config_token <WPS|NDEF> = build configuration token
  wps_nfc_token <WPS|NDEF> = create password token
  wps_nfc_tag_read <hexdump of payload> = report read NFC tag with WPS data
  nfc_get_handover_req <NDEF> <WPS> = create NFC handover request
  nfc_get_handover_sel <NDEF> <WPS> = create NFC handover select
  nfc_rx_handover_req <hexdump of payload> = report received NFC handover request
  nfc_rx_handover_sel <hexdump of payload> = report received NFC handover select
  nfc_report_handover <role> <type> <hexdump of req> <hexdump of sel> = report completed NFC handover
  wps_reg <BSSID> <AP PIN> = start WPS Registrar to configure an AP
  wps_ap_pin [params..] = enable/disable AP PIN
  wps_er_start [IP address] = start Wi-Fi Protected Setup External Registrar
  wps_er_stop = stop Wi-Fi Protected Setup External Registrar
  wps_er_pin <UUID> <PIN> = add an Enrollee PIN to External Registrar
  wps_er_pbc <UUID> = accept an Enrollee PBC using External Registrar
  wps_er_learn <UUID> <PIN> = learn AP configuration
  wps_er_set_config <UUID> <network id> = set AP configuration for enrolling
  wps_er_config <UUID> <PIN> <SSID> <auth> <encr> <key> = configure AP
  wps_er_nfc_config_token <WPS/NDEF> <UUID> = build NFC configuration token
  ibss_rsn <addr> = request RSN authentication with <addr> in IBSS
  sta <addr> = get information about an associated station (AP)
  all_sta = get information about all associated stations (AP)
  deauthenticate <addr> = deauthenticate a station
  disassociate <addr> = disassociate a station
  chan_switch <cs_count> <freq> [sec_channel_offset=] [center_freq1=] [center_freq2=] [bandwidth=] [blocktx] [ht|vht] = CSA parameters
  suspend = notification of suspend/hibernate
  resume = notification of resume/thaw
  drop_sa = drop SA without deauth/disassoc (test command)
  roam <addr> = roam to the specified BSS
  p2p_find [timeout] [type=*] = find P2P Devices for up-to timeout seconds
  p2p_stop_find = stop P2P Devices search
  p2p_connect <addr> <"pbc"|PIN> [ht40] = connect to a P2P Device
  p2p_listen [timeout] = listen for P2P Devices for up-to timeout seconds
  p2p_group_remove <ifname> = remove P2P group interface (terminate group if GO)
  p2p_group_add [ht40] = add a new P2P group (local end as GO)
  p2p_prov_disc <addr> <method> = request provisioning discovery
  p2p_get_passphrase = get the passphrase for a group (GO only)
  p2p_serv_disc_req <addr> <TLVs> = schedule service discovery request
  p2p_serv_disc_cancel_req <id> = cancel pending service discovery request
  p2p_serv_disc_resp <freq> <addr> <dialog token> <TLVs> = service discovery response
  p2p_service_update = indicate change in local services
  p2p_serv_disc_external <external> = set external processing of service discovery
  p2p_service_flush = remove all stored service entries
  p2p_service_add <bonjour|upnp> <query|version> <response|service> = add a local service
  p2p_service_del <bonjour|upnp> <query|version> [|service] = remove a local service
  p2p_reject <addr> = reject connection attempts from a specific peer
  p2p_invite <cmd> [peer=addr] = invite peer
  p2p_peers [discovered] = list known (optionally, only fully discovered) P2P peers
  p2p_peer <address> = show information about known P2P peer
  p2p_set <field> <value> = set a P2P parameter
  p2p_flush = flush P2P state
  p2p_cancel = cancel P2P group formation
  p2p_unauthorize <address> = unauthorize a peer
  p2p_presence_req [<duration> <interval>] [<duration> <interval>] = request GO presence
  p2p_ext_listen [<period> <interval>] = set extended listen timing
  p2p_remove_client <address|iface=address> = remove a peer from all groups
  wfd_subelem_set <subelem> [contents] = set Wi-Fi Display subelement
  wfd_subelem_get <subelem> = get Wi-Fi Display subelement
  fetch_anqp = fetch ANQP information for all APs
  stop_fetch_anqp = stop fetch_anqp operation
  interworking_select [auto] = perform Interworking network selection
  interworking_connect <BSSID> = connect using Interworking credentials
  anqp_get <addr> <info id>[,<info id>]... = request ANQP information
  gas_request <addr> <AdvProtoID> [QueryReq] = GAS request
  gas_response_get <addr> <dialog token> [start,len] = Fetch last GAS response
  hs20_anqp_get <addr> <subtype>[,<subtype>]... = request HS 2.0 ANQP information
  nai_home_realm_list <addr> <home realm> = get HS20 nai home realm list
  sta_autoconnect <0/1> = disable/enable automatic reconnection
  tdls_discover <addr> = request TDLS discovery with <addr>
  tdls_setup <addr> = request TDLS setup with <addr>
  tdls_teardown <addr> = tear down TDLS with <addr>
  signal_poll = get signal parameters
  pktcnt_poll = get TX/RX packet counters
  reauthenticate = trigger IEEE 802.1X/EAPOL reauthentication
  autoscan [params] = Set or unset (if none) autoscan parameters
  wnm_sleep <enter/exit> [interval=#] = enter/exit WNM-Sleep mode
  wnm_bss_query <query reason> = Send BSS Transition Management Query
  raw <params..> = Sent unprocessed command
  flush = flush wpa_supplicant state
  radio_work = radio_work <show/add/done>

cupid-wpa_passphrase

Generate a WPA PSK from an ASCII passphrase for a SSID

[email protected]:~# man cupid-wpa_passphrase
WPA_PASSPHRASE(8)                                            WPA_PASSPHRASE(8)

NAME
       wpa_passphrase - Generate a WPA PSK from an ASCII passphrase for a SSID

SYNOPSIS
       wpa_passphrase [ ssid ] [ passphrase ]

OVERVIEW
       wpa_passphrase  pre-computes  PSK  entries  for  network  configuration
       blocks of a wpa_supplicant.conf file. An ASCII passphrase and SSID  are
       used to generate a 256-bit PSK.

OPTIONS
       ssid   The SSID whose passphrase should be derived.

       passphrase
              The  passphrase  to  use.  If  not included on the command line,
              passphrase will be read from standard input.

SEE ALSO
       wpa_supplicant.conf(5) wpa_supplicant(8)

LEGAL
       wpa_supplicant is copyright (c) 2003-2014, Jouni Malinen <[email protected]>  and
       contributors.  All Rights Reserved.

       This program is licensed under the BSD license (the one with advertise-
       ment clause removed).

                               30 September 2020             WPA_PASSPHRASE(8)

cupid-wpa_supplicant

Wi-Fi Protected Access client and IEEE 802.1X supplicant

[email protected]:~# cupid-wpa_supplicant -h
wpa_supplicant v2.1
Copyright (c) 2003-2014, Jouni Malinen <[email protected]> and contributors

This software may be distributed under the terms of the BSD license.
See README for more details.

This product includes software developed by the OpenSSL Project
for use in the OpenSSL Toolkit (http://www.openssl.org/)

usage:
  wpa_supplicant [-BddhKLqqstuvW] [-P<pid file>] [-g<global ctrl>] \
        [-G<group>] \
        -i<ifname> -c<config file> [-C<ctrl>] [-D<driver>] [-p<driver_param>] \
        [-b<br_ifname>] [-e<entropy file>] [-f<debug file>] \
        [-o<override driver>] [-O<override ctrl>] \
        [-N -i<ifname> -c<conf> [-C<ctrl>] [-D<driver>] \
        [-p<driver_param>] [-b<br_ifname>] [-I<config file>] ...]

drivers:
  nl80211 = Linux nl80211/cfg80211
  wext = Linux wireless extensions (generic)
  wired = Wired Ethernet driver
  none = no driver (RADIUS server/WPS ER)
options:
  -b = optional bridge interface name
  -B = run daemon in the background
  -c = Configuration file
  -C = ctrl_interface parameter (only used if -c is not)
  -i = interface name
  -I = additional configuration file
  -d = increase debugging verbosity (-dd even more)
  -D = driver name (can be multiple drivers: nl80211,wext)
  -e = entropy file
  -f = log output to debug file instead of stdout
  -g = global ctrl_interface
  -G = global ctrl_interface group
  -K = include keys (passwords, etc.) in debug output
  -s = log output to syslog instead of stdout
  -T = record to Linux tracing in addition to logging
       (records all messages regardless of debug verbosity)
  -t = include timestamp in debug messages
  -h = show this help text
  -L = show license (BSD)
  -o = override driver parameter for new interfaces
  -O = override ctrl_interface parameter for new interfaces
  -p = driver parameters
  -P = PID file
  -q = decrease debugging verbosity (-qq even less)
  -u = enable DBus control interface
  -v = show version
  -W = wait for a control interface monitor before starting
  -N = start describing new interface
example:
  wpa_supplicant -Dnl80211 -iwlan0 -c/etc/wpa_supplicant.conf

Updated on: 2022-Jul-14