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P4wnP1 – Raspberry Pi USB Attack Platform

P4wnP1 is a highly customizable USB attack platform, based on a low cost Raspberry Pi Zero or Raspberry Pi Zero W (required for HID backdoor).

Introduction

  • the Windows LockPicker (unlock Windows boxes with weak passwords, fully automated by attaching P4wnP1)
  • the HID covert channel backdoor (Get remote shell access on air gapped Windows targets tunneled only through HID devices, relayed to a WiFi hotspot with SSH access with a Pi Zero W. The target doesn’t see a network adapter, serial or any other communication device.)
  • the HID covert channel frontdoor (Get access to a python shell on P4wnP1 from a restricted Windows host, tunneled through a raw HID device with low footprint. The target doesn’t see a network adapter, serial or any other communication device.)
  • refined USB, modular USB setup

Requirements

  • Raspberry Pi Zero / Pi Zero W (other Pis don’t support USB gadget because they’re equipped with a Hub, so don’t ask)
  • Raspbian Jessie Lite pre installed (kernel is updated by the P4wnP1 installer, as the current kernel has errors in the USB gadget modules, resulting in a crash)
  • Internet connection to run the install.sh script
  • the project is still work in progress, so features and new payloads are added in frequently (make sure to have an updated copy of P4wnP1 repo)

P4wnP1 Features

  • WiFi Hotspot for SSH access (Pi Zero W only)
  • the USB device features work in every possible combination with Windows Plug and Play support (class drivers)
  • Support for device types
    • HID covert channel communication device (see sections ‘HID covert channel frontdoor’ and ‘HID covert channel backdoor’)
    • HID Keyboard
    • USB Mass storage (currently only in demo setup with 128 Megabyte drive)
    • RNDIS (Windows Networking)
    • CDC ECM (MacOS / Linux Networking)
  • Raspberry Pi LED sate feedback with a simple bash command (led_blink)
  • customizeable bash based payload scripts (see payloads/ subfolder for examples example)
  • includes Responder and a precompiled John the Ripper Jumbo version
  • Auto attack: P4wnP1 automatically boots to standard shell if an OTG adapter is attached, the current payload only runs if P4wnP1 is connected as USB device to a target (without USB OTG adapter)

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