About this project
Jacknsee is an educational network security tool. Its purpose is to teach students in computer science how basic hijacking techniques are used to corrupt a network. Two scenarios have been implemented: Man in the Middle and Denial of Service.
This project has been started in october 2009, the release 'jacknsee 1.1' is now available on sourceforge with a Live CD environment.
We have coded in jacknsee 1.0 the following functionalities:
- Graphical representation of the network
- Network dumping
- Integration with Xen : you can create virtual machines from the gui, configured with the ip and mac address you specified
- Display of the arp cache tables of virtual machines and host
- A packet editor for arp : input in hexadecimal or with a form
- Possibility to send generated packets from the gui
- A first attack scenario explained : man in the middle, using arp cache poisoning
- Translations in English and French
- A command line tool to send raw packets : packetgen-jns
- A command line tool to send arp packest : arpgen-jns
The jacknsee 1.1 version (Giant Crane Lily) provides :
- New scenario : Denial of Service (on a DHCP server)
- Interface improvements
- A tool to forge DHCP packets
- Automated tools to reply to ARP Requests and DHCP Offers
- DHCP server from victim machines
- Some bugfixes
Here's a screencast demo of the first scenario : Man in the middle (using arp cache poisoning).
You can find help on the wiki page to install the software or to get to know how to join the team.
You can download source files and a Live CD of Jacknsee on sourceforge.net.