FruityWiFi is a wireless network auditing tool. The application can be installed in any Debian based system (Jessie) adding the extra packages. Tested in Debian, Kali Linux, Kali Linux ARM (Raspberry Pi), Raspbian (Raspberry Pi), Pwnpi (Raspberry Pi), Bugtraq, NetHunter.
Please use Use Debian 11 Bullseye based systems. The Installer has been updated for resolving issues with old version.
Note: Some modules will not work until they are upgraded to Python3
FruityWiFi is an open source tool to audit wireless networks. It allows the user to deploy advanced attacks by directly using the web interface or by sending messages to it.
Initialy the application was created to be used with the Raspberry-Pi, but it can be installed on any Debian based system.
A more flexible control panel. Now it is possible to use FruityWifi combining multiple networks and setups:
Within the new options on the control panel we can change the AP mode between Hostapd or Airmon-ng allowing to use more chipsets like Realtek.
It is possible customize each one of the network interfaces which allows the user to keep the current setup or change it completely.
FruityWifi is based on modules making it more flexible. These modules can be installed from the control panel to provide FruityWifi with new functionalities.
Within the available modules you can find URLsnarf, DNSspoof, Kismet, mdk3, ngrep, nmap, Squid3 y SSLstrip (code injection functionality), Captive Portal, AutoSSH, Meterpreter, Tcpdump and more.
Note: New modules are being developed continuously and can be installed from the modules page.
Using the installation script all the required dependencies, scripts and setup can be installed.
On Buster based systems use: install-FruityWiFi.sh
Note: The Kali Linux version has not been updated in long time. I will try to work on this as soon as I can. For the moment use the GitHub installer for avoiding issues.
FruityWiFi is now part of Kali Linux repositories.
apt-get install fruitywifi
fruitywifi will install all modules. If you want to install only some modules, you can install
fruitywifi-core first and then each module, for example
Note: The new installer has not been tested on Raspberry yet. I will try to work on this as soon as I can.