Rupture - A framework for BREACH and other compression-based crypto attacks

Thursday, August 18, 2016


Rupture is a framework for easily conducting BREACH and other compression-based attacks.
For more information, please visit Rupture's home page: RuptureIt


Authors
Rupture is developed by:
This research is being conducted at the Cryptography & Security lab at the University of Athens and the National Technical University of Athens.

Installation
You can install the whole framework as follows:
  • Install rupture.
rupture/ $ ./install.sh all
or you can also install each module separately, as below.

Javascript
Rupture uses Javascript for communication between the client code and the realtime server. Client code is compiled using babel and server code is run on Node.js .

Injection
  • Install injection.
rupture$ ./install.sh injection

Client
  • Install client.
rupture$ ./install.sh client

Python
Rupture uses Python for the Command & Control server. Communication between js realtime server and Python backend is performed with a Django API endpoint.

Backend
  • Install backend.
rupture/ $ ./install.sh backend

Sniffer
  • Install sniffer.
rupture/ $ ./install.sh sniffer

Execution

Backend
  • Edit following configuration scripts:
    • rupture/backend/target_config.yml
    • rupture/backend/victim_config.yml
  • Setup backend.
rupture $ ./rupture setup
  • Deploy backend.
rupture $ ./rupture backend

Realtime
  • Deploy realtime.
rupture $ ./rupture realtime

Sniffer
  • Deploy sniffer.
rupture $ ./rupture sniffer

Attack
  • You can also deploy backend, realtime and sniffer modules all together:
rupture/ $ sudo ./rupture attack
Note: Sniffer deployment - either standalone or all together with 'attack' - may need elevated privileges, since it requires access to network interface.

Client
  • Client code is in following directory:
    • rupture/client/client_
    where is the victim's id in the backend database.
  • Open the following test HTML page in browser:
    • rupture/client/client_/test.html
    or inject client code in HTTP responses:
rupture/client/client_<id> $ ./inject.sh




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