nRF24 Playset - Software tools for Nordic Semiconductor nRF24-based Devices like Wireless Keyboards, Mice, and Presenters



Monday, April 3, 2017

The nRF24 Playset is a collection of software tools for wireless input devices like keyboards, mice, and presenters based on Nordic Semiconductor nRF24 transceivers, e.g. nRF24LE1 and nRF24LU1+.
All software tools support USB dongles with the nrf-research-firmware by the Bastille Threat.

Requirements

Tools

cherry_attack.py
Proof-of-concept software tool to demonstrate the replay and keystroke injection vulnerabilities of the wireless keyboard Cherry B.Unlimited AES


keystroke_injector.py
Proof-of-concept software tool to demonstrate the keystroke injection vulnerability of some AES encrypted wireless keyboards
Usage:
# python2 keystroke_injector.py --help
        _____  ______ ___  _  _     _____  _                      _  
       |  __ \|  ____|__ \| || |   |  __ \| |                    | |     
  _ __ | |__) | |__     ) | || |_  | |__) | | __ _ _   _ ___  ___| |_       
 | '_ \|  _  /|  __|   / /|__   _| |  ___/| |/ _` | | | / __|/ _ \ __|    
 | | | | | \ \| |     / /_   | |   | |    | | (_| | |_| \__ \  __/ |_   
 |_| |_|_|  \_\_|    |____|  |_|   |_|    |_|\__,_|\__, |___/\___|\__|
                                                    __/ |             
                                                   |___/              
Keystroke Injector v0.7 by Matthias Deeg - SySS GmbH (c) 2016
usage: keystroke_injector.py [-h] [-a ADDRESS] [-c N [N ...]] -d DEVICE

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  -a ADDRESS, --address ADDRESS
                        Address of nRF24 device
  -c N [N ...], --channels N [N ...]
                        ShockBurst RF channel
  -d DEVICE, --device DEVICE
                        Target device (supported: cherry, perixx)

logitech_attack.py
Proof-of-concept software tool similar to cherry_attack.py to demonstrate the replay and keystroke injection vulnerabilities of the AES encrypted wireless desktop set Logitech MK520

logitech_presenter.py
Proof-of-concept software tool to demonstrate the keystroke injection vulnerability of nRF24-based Logitech wireless presenters
Usage:
# python2 logitech_presenter.py --help
        _____  ______ ___  _  _     _____  _                      _  
       |  __ \|  ____|__ \| || |   |  __ \| |                    | |     
  _ __ | |__) | |__     ) | || |_  | |__) | | __ _ _   _ ___  ___| |_       
 | '_ \|  _  /|  __|   / /|__   _| |  ___/| |/ _` | | | / __|/ _ \ __|    
 | | | | | \ \| |     / /_   | |   | |    | | (_| | |_| \__ \  __/ |_   
 |_| |_|_|  \_\_|    |____|  |_|   |_|    |_|\__,_|\__, |___/\___|\__|
                                                    __/ |             
                                                   |___/              
Logitech Wireless Presenter Attack Tool v1.0 by Matthias Deeg - SySS GmbH (c) 2016
usage: logitech_presenter.py [-h] [-a ADDRESS] [-c N [N ...]]

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  -a ADDRESS, --address ADDRESS
                        Address of nRF24 device
  -c N [N ...], --channels N [N ...]
                        ShockBurst RF channel

logitech_presenter_gui.py
GUI-based version of the proof-of-concept software tool logitech_presenter.py

radioactivemouse.py
Proof-of-Concept software tool to demonstrate mouse spoofing attacks exploiting unencrypted and unauthenticated wireless mouse communication
Usage:
# python2 radioactivemouse.py --help
        _____  ______ ___  _  _     _____  _                      _  
       |  __ \|  ____|__ \| || |   |  __ \| |                    | |     
  _ __ | |__) | |__     ) | || |_  | |__) | | __ _ _   _ ___  ___| |_       
 | '_ \|  _  /|  __|   / /|__   _| |  ___/| |/ _` | | | / __|/ _ \ __|    
 | | | | | \ \| |     / /_   | |   | |    | | (_| | |_| \__ \  __/ |_   
 |_| |_|_|  \_\_|    |____|  |_|   |_|    |_|\__,_|\__, |___/\___|\__|
                                                    __/ |             
                                                   |___/              
Radioactive Mouse v0.8 by Matthias Deeg - SySS GmbH (c) 2016
usage: radioactivemouse.py [-h] -a ADDRESS -c CHANNEL -d DEVICE -x ATTACK

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  -a ADDRESS, --address ADDRESS
                        Address of nRF24 device
  -c CHANNEL, --channel CHANNEL
                        ShockBurst RF channel
  -d DEVICE, --device DEVICE
                        Target device (supported: microsoft, cherry)
  -x ATTACK, --attack ATTACK
                        Attack vector (available: win7_german)
A demo video illustrating a mouse spoofing attack is available on YouTube: Radioactive Mouse States the Obvious





simple_replay.py
Proof-of-Concept software tool to demonstrate replay vulnerabilities of different wireless desktop sets using nRF24 ShockBurst radio communication
Usage:
# python2 simple_replay.py --help
        _____  ______ ___  _  _     _____  _                      _  
       |  __ \|  ____|__ \| || |   |  __ \| |                    | |     
  _ __ | |__) | |__     ) | || |_  | |__) | | __ _ _   _ ___  ___| |_       
 | '_ \|  _  /|  __|   / /|__   _| |  ___/| |/ _` | | | / __|/ _ \ __|    
 | | | | | \ \| |     / /_   | |   | |    | | (_| | |_| \__ \  __/ |_   
 |_| |_|_|  \_\_|    |____|  |_|   |_|    |_|\__,_|\__, |___/\___|\__|
                                                    __/ |             
                                                   |___/              
Simple Replay Tool v0.2 by Matthias Deeg - SySS GmbH (c) 2016
usage: simple_replay.py [-h] [-a ADDRESS] [-c N [N ...]]

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  -a ADDRESS, --address ADDRESS
                        Address of nRF24 device
  -c N [N ...], --channels N [N ...]
                        ShockBurst RF channel

Disclaimer
Use at your own risk. Do not use without full consent of everyone involved. For educational purposes only.




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