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[FD] FaceDancer 21 - New Universal Case for PenTests
FaceDancer 21 - New Universal Case for PenTests
STL Files Download: https://www.vulnerability-lab.com/resources/documents/FaceDancer2-STL-Files.rar
Vulnerability Magazine: https://vulnerability-db.com/?q=articles/2016/09/26/facedancer-2-platin-new-universal-case-pentests
Vulnerability Laboratory ID (VL-ID):
Technical Details & Description:
The FaceDancer allows a computer (or "host") to masquerade as a USB "device" to communicate with other Hosts. One USB ports connects to the
victim (or host) the other connects to a development machine. Python can then be used to send USB commands in real time.This allows passive
monitoring and injecting it into the USB bus.
Think of this as doing the same thing the Bus Pirate does for SPI and i2c, except that it’s doing it on the USB protocol itself. This way you
can feel your way through all of the road-bumps of developing a new device (or testing an exploit) without the need to continually compile
and flash your hardware.
Our Vulnerability Lab Team has developed a pluggable case for FaceDancer with cutomized STL files configuration downloadable and can be modified
with desired configuration. The USB protocol requires that anything with USB declare itself as either a "device" or "host". "Hosts" are computers
and other "big" things. "Devices" are iPod, iPads, USB thumb drives and other "small" accessory-like things. (If you are familiar with USB OTG
cables, then you probably understand a bit about this already. If you ever want a USB "host" to pretend to be a USB "device", you need special
hardware. The FaceDancer 2 is that specific called hardware to use for thus typ of interaction on security tests. Vulnerability Laboratory core
research team has added more functionality to Facedancer with a new secure case to easly manage the device during an active pentest.
Credits & Authors:
Vulnerability Laboratory [Research Team] - Tim Folger (DE)
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