Zerocker / DnsTunnel

DNS tunneling implemented in Python

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DNS-Tunneling Project

A simulation model of DNS tunneling in a local network and an analyzer program for tunnel traffic.

Warning: This project is not suitable for actual DNS tunneling in the Internet!

Features

  • Server with support for multiple client connections over both TCP and UDP
  • Three sending modes for client: text messages, random bytes or text file.
  • AES data encryption option for client.
  • Sniffer can save its results to a .pcap file for further analysis.

Supported DNS RR types

  • A, AAAA for encoding in IPv4 or IPv6 addesses
  • CNAME, MX, NS for encoding in domain names
  • NULL, TXT for raw data

Note: According to Wikipedia, NULL RR is considered obsolete by RFC 1035!

Installing dependencies

Make sure that Python is installed since version 3.6. Use pip installation and your virtual enviroment (venv) to install dependencies from requirements.txt

pip install -r requirements.txt

Usage

Client script:

usage: client.py [-h] -c CONN [-t TIMEOUT] [-T] [-F FILE] [-R] [-d DOMAIN]
                 [-q QTYPE] [-s SCRAMBLE [SCRAMBLE ...]] [-a AES_KEY] [-S]

DNS-tunneling project: client script

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  -c CONN, --connect CONN
                        Establishes a connection to the server at the
                        specified address:port
  -t TIMEOUT, --timeout TIMEOUT
                        Specifies the timeout for server UDP response
  -T, --send-text       Sends a text string to the server
  -F FILE, --send-file FILE
                        Sends the file to the server. The file path is
                        required.
  -R, --send-random     Sends a random byte array to the server
  -d DOMAIN, --domain DOMAIN
                        Specifies the domain name
  -q QTYPE, --qtype QTYPE
                        Specifies the type of record for a DNS question
  -s SCRAMBLE [SCRAMBLE ...], --scramble SCRAMBLE [SCRAMBLE ...]
                        Scrambles outgoing traffic passing through the DNS
                        tunnel. You need to specify an offset, e.g. (3, 11)
  -a AES_KEY, --aes AES_KEY
                        Encrypts with AES outgoing traffic passing through the
                        DNS tunnel. You need to specify an encryption key
  -S, --tcp             Forcibly sends DNS messages over TCP connection

Server script:

usage: server.py [-h] [-p PORT] [-d] [-t TIMEOUT]

DNS-tunneling project: server script

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  -p PORT, --port PORT  Specifies the port that the server will listen to
  -d, --debug           Displays debugging information
  -t TIMEOUT, --timeout TIMEOUT
                        Specifies the timeout for incoming connections

Sniffer script:

usage: sniffer.py [-h] -g IP [-d] -f PATH [-m MINUTES]

DNS-tunneling project: sniffer script for detecting the tunnel

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  -g IP, --gateway IP   Specifies the gateway address
  -d, --debug           Displays debugging information
  -f PATH, --filename PATH
                        Specifies path for .pcap file
  -m MINUTES, --minutes MINUTES
                        Size of the time window in minutes for traffic
                        analysis

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