Plugins

Plugins are what drive service emulation and determine the level of interaction possible with a given service. Plugins can either be based on TCP or UDP protocols. Plugins also determine what events and data are logged.

Events

For TCP plugins, all connection (CONNECT) events, data received (RX) events, and data transmitted (TX) events are logged.

For TCP plugins, all data received (RX) events and data transmitted (TX) events are logged. With UDP there are no CONNECT events.

Either TCP or UDP plugins may also log information (INFO) events. These events contain specific data of interest, typically extracted from an RX event. For example, usernames and passwords maybe captured in an INFO event.

Plugins List

ClickhouseHTTP_tcp

A low interaction TCP ClickHouse HTTP service. This service will provide generic responses to ClickHouse queries.

Example service configuration:

[ClickhouseHTTP]
plugin      = ClickhouseHTTP_tcp
low_port    = tcp:8123
port        = tcp:8123
description = Clickhouse HTTP interface
enabled     = Yes

DNS_udp

A low interaction UDP Domain Name Service (DNS). For each DNS query to this service a random IP address is generated and returned to the client.

Example service configuration:

[DNS.udp]
plugin      = DNS_udp
low_port    = udp:53
port        = udp:53
description = DNS service.
enabled     = Yes

Echo_tcp

A low interaction TCP echo service. Any data sent to this service will be echoed back to the client.

Example service configuration:

[Echo]
plugin      = Echo_tcp
low_port    = tcp:7
port        = tcp:7
description = Echo back data received via tcp.
enabled     = Yes

Echo_udp

A low interaction UDP echo service. Any data sent to this service will be echoed back to the client.

Example service configuration:

[Echo.udp]
plugin      = Echo_udp
low_port    = udp:7
port        = udp:7
description = Echo back data received via udp.
enabled     = Yes

Elasticsearch_tcp

A low interaction TCP Elasticsearch service. This service will handle requests to /, /_nodes and /_search, and will provide fake responses to the client.

Example service configuration:

[Elasticsearch]
plugin      = Elasticsearch_tcp
low_port    = tcp:9200
port        = tcp:9200
description = Send basic elasticsearch replies.
enabled     = Yes

FTP_udp

A low interaction TCP FTP service. This service will handle FTP login attempts but always return invalid login.

Example service configuration:

[FTP]
plugin      = FTP_tcp
low_port    = tcp:21
port        = tcp:21
description = FTP service.
enabled     = Yes

GAS_tcp

A low interaction TCP gas tank service. This service emulations gas station fuel tanks. It will return randomly generated gas tank metrics back to the client.

Example service configuration:

[Gas]
plugin      = Gas_tcp
low_port    = tcp:10001
port        = tcp:10001
description = Gas pump protocol.
enabled     = Yes

HashCountRandom_tcp

A low interaction TCP service. This service will return an MD5 hash and integer to the client. For each client connection, the counter will increment by 1 on each RX event.

Example service configuration:

[HashCountRandom]
plugin      = HashCountRandom_tcp
low_port    = tcp:4096
port        = tcp:4096
description = Send random data prefixed with a hash of a counter via tcp.
enabled     = Yes

HTTP_tcp

A low interaction TCP HTTP service. This service will provide a generic HTTP page to client requests. For certain known targeted applications like phpMyAdmin, wordpress, weblogic, tomcat, and jboss, static responses specific to those applications are returned to the client.

Example service configuration:

[HTTP]
plugin      = HTTP_tcp
low_port    = tcp:80
port        = tcp:80
description = HTTP service.
enabled     = Yes
# absolute path to custom config (optional)
config      = 

iKettle_tcp

A low interaction TCP smart kettle service. This service will respond to requests containing HELLOKETTLE with HELLOAPP.

Example service configuration:

LDAP_tcp

A low interaction TCP LDAP service. This service will provide generic responses to LDAP queries.

Example service configuration:

[LDAP]
plugin      = LDAP_tcp
low_port    = tcp:389
port        = tcp:389
description = LDAP server
enabled     = Yes

Memcached_tcp

A low interaction TCP Memcached service. This service will provide generic responses to Memcached queries.

Example service configuration:

[Memecached]
plugin      = Memcached_tcp
low_port    = tcp:11211
port        = tcp:11211
description = Send basic memcached replies.
enabled     = Yes

Modbus_tcp

A low interaction TCP Modbus service. This service will provide generic responses to Modbus queries.

Example service configuration:

[Modbus]
plugin      = Modbus_tcp
low_port    = tcp:502
port        = tcp:502
description = Modbus service.
enabled     = Yes

MOTD_tcp

A low interaction TCP Message Of The Day (MOTD) service. This service will respond with a generic message.

Example service configuration:

[MOTD]
plugin      = MOTD_tcp
low_port    = tcp:8
port        = tcp:8
description = Send a message via tcp and close connection.
enabled     = Yes

MOTD_udp

A low interaction UDP Message Of The Day (MOTD) service. This service will respond with a generic message.

Example service configuration:

[MOTD.udp]
plugin      = MOTD_udp
low_port    = udp:8
port        = udp:8
description = Send a message via udp.
enabled     = Yes

MQTT_tcp

A low interaction TCP MQTT service. This service will provide generic responses to MQTT queries.

Example service configuration:

[MQTT]
plugin      = MQTT_tcp
low_port    = tcp:1883
port        = tcp:1883
description = MQTT
enabled     = Yes

MySQL_tcp

A low interaction TCP MySQL service. This service will handle login handshakes, but there is no succesful login/query interaction.

Example service configuration:

[MySQL]
plugin      = MySQL_tcp
low_port    = tcp:3306
port        = tcp:3306
description = MySQL server
enabled     = Yes

NTP_udp

A low interaction TCP NTP service. This service will provide generic responses to NTP queries.

Example service configuration:

ProConOs_tcp

A low interaction TCP ProConOs service. This service will provide generic responses to ProConOs queries.

Example service configuration:

Random_tcp

A low interaction TCP service that responds with random data.

Example service configuration:

[Random]
plugin      = Random_tcp
low_port    = tcp:2048
port        = tcp:2048
description = Send random data via tcp.
enabled     = Yes

RDP_tcp

A low interaction TCP Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) service. This service will emulate a Windows login screen and attempts to login as Administrator.

Example service configuration:

[RDP]
plugin      = RDP_tcp
low_port    = tcp:3389
port        = tcp:3389
description = Windows RDP service.
enabled     = Yes

Redis_tcp

A low interaction TCP Redis service. This service will provide generic responses to Redis queries.

Example service configuration:

[Redis]
plugin      = Redis_tcp
low_port    = tcp:6379
port        = tcp:6379
description = Basic Redis
enabled     = Yes

SIP_udp

A low interaction UDP SIP service. This service will provide generic responses to SIP queries.

Example service configuration:

[SIP]
plugin      = SIP_udp
low_port    = udp:5060
port        = udp:5060
description = Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) for voice and video calls.
enabled     = Yes

SMTP_tcp

A low interaction UDP SMTP service. This service will provide generic responses to SMTP queries.

Example service configuration:

[SMTP]
plugin      = SMTP_tcp
low_port    = tcp:25
port        = tcp:25
description = SMTP service.
enabled     = Yes

SNMP_udp

A low interaction UDP SNMP service. This service will provide generic responses to SNMP queries.

Example service configuration:

SSH_tcp

A low interaction TCP SSH service. This service will handle login handshakes, but there is no succesful login/command interaction.

Example service configuration:

[SSH]
plugin      = SSH_tcp
low_port    = tcp:22
port        = tcp:22
description = SSH service.
enabled     = Yes

Telnet_tcp

A medium interaction TCP Telnet service. This service will provide generic guessable logins and emulate basic commands post login.

Example service configuration:

[Telnet]
plugin      = Telnet_tcp
low_port    = tcp:23
port        = tcp:23
description = Telnet service.
enabled     = Yes

TFTP_udp

A medium interaction TCP TFTP service. This service will provide generic responses to TFTP queries.

Example service configuration:

[TFTP]
plugin      = TFTP_udp
low_port    = udp:69
port        = udp:69
description = TFTP service.
enabled     = Yes

VNC_tcp

A low interaction TCP VNC service. This service will handle login handshakes, but there is no succesful login interaction.

Example service configuration:

[VNC]
plugin      = VNC_tcp
low_port    = tcp:5900
port        = tcp:5900
description = Low interaction VNC service
enabled     = Yes