Sunday, November 26, 2017

RFCrack Release - A software Defined Radio Attack Tool

RFCrack uses the following hardware with RFCat libraries:
YardStick One: 
https://goo.gl/wd88sr

I decided to cleanup my RF testing harness and release it as a tool named RFCrack
Mostly because it has been pain to set up use-case scenarios from scratch for every device I am testing. Rather then release a tool no one knows how to use. The below video will be a quick but comprehensive tutorial to get you started If you’ve been following the blogs, this will greatly simplify your testing, in the following ways:
  • RFCrack handles all of your data conversions. 
  • It allows you to capture, replay and save payloads for use anytime 
  • It will handle rolling code bypass attacks on your devices. 
  • You can jam frequencies and fuzz specific values 
  • It will also allow you to scan specific frequencies in discovery mode or incrementally probe them 
  • RFCrack will hopefully have keyless entry & engine bypass support in the near future

This is the first release, everything works as intended but there will be plenty of updates as I continue to do research and find reasons to add features needed for testing. I am still making changes and making it more flexible with modifiable values and restructuring code.  If you have any legitimate use case scenarios or need a specific value to be modifiable, hit me up and I will do my best to update between research, if its a legitimate use case.

You can reach me at:
Twitter: @Ficti0n
http://cclabs.io , http://consolecowboys.com

GitHub Code for RFCrack:

https://github.com/cclabsInc/RFCrack

Full RF Hacking Course in Development:

Not all of the attacks in the tool have been covered in the RF hacking blog series and a few more are in research mode, as such, not yet added to the tool but will probably be covered in a full length online class on Hacking with RF which includes all targets and equipment.  Send an email to info(at)cclabs.io if your interested.



Walkthrough Training Video:




Until Next time: 

Cheers, and enjoy the tool for your personal use testing devices, feedback and bug reports are appreciated.  I have another RF blog coming out shortly based on my friends research into hacking garages/gates and creating keyfobs.  I will post when its ready.