GUI for P4wnP1

  • Colorful UI interface for P4wnP1 ALOA
  • Don’t pwn just as a USB client. Use also the USB host capabilities!
  • UPS Lite support
  • Scalability (I tried my best to make it easier to add new menus)

Main menu

I wanted to use also USB host capabilites of the P4wnP1.

So I implemented few scripts like Keystrokes->Duckyscript, Logitech dump with more scripts TODO; to make it more swissarmyknife like.

Device

โœ… Features

  • System info
  • Deploy HID attacks, templates
  • Gamepad
  • Dump logitech dongle (via munifying)
  • Automatically backdoor logitech dongle (if logitacker present)
  • Show images
  • Plug-in rubberducky/keyboard and get duckyscript!
  • Change UI colors

Typing speed
Gamepad

โš™ Setup

Hardware

Layout

๐Ÿ“ Requirements:

๐Ÿ—ก For logitech attacks

๐Ÿ”จ Hardware tips

If you are planning to use the USB adapter you cannot solder it straight to the RPI.

You will need to place it under the UPS lite, because you will not be able to plug it in a laptop.

If you want smaller device you can shorten the pins on the raspberry pi. But I do not recommend it.

Instead solder new set of pins from bottom, with LCD placed on them.

Header fitment

๐Ÿงพ Software

Download latest P4wnP1 aloa image on sdcard.

cd /root/
git clone https://github.com/gloglas/rpi_gui
sudo ./rpi_gui/setup.sh

If errors are not present just reboot your pi and you are set!

๐Ÿ’พ Config gui_conf.json

It can be saved/loaded from options menu.

{
    "COLORS": {
        "BACKGROUND": "#000000",
        "BORDER": "#0e0e6b",
        "GAMEPAD": "#141494",
        "GAMEPAD_FILL": "#EEEEEE",
        "SELECTED_TEXT": "#EEEEEE",
        "SELECTED_TEXT_BACKGROUND": "#141494",
        "TEXT": "#9c9ccc"
    },
    "PATHS": {
        "ANALYZED_HID": "/root/rpi_gui/ducky/",
        "ANALYZED_HID_LOGS": "/root/rpi_gui/log/",
        "BASH_SCRIPTS": "/usr/local/P4wnP1/scripts/",
        "HID": "/usr/local/P4wnP1/HIDScripts/",
        "IMAGEBROWSER_START": "/root/",
        "MUNIFYING": "/root/munifying/"
    },
    "PINS": {
        "KEY1_PIN": 21,
        "KEY2_PIN": 20,
        "KEY3_PIN": 16,
        "KEY_DOWN_PIN": 19,
        "KEY_LEFT_PIN": 5,
        "KEY_PRESS_PIN": 13,
        "KEY_RIGHT_PIN": 26,
        "KEY_UP_PIN": 6
    }
}

๐Ÿ’ป Making your own menu and functions

The menu class has its own structure. I’ll try to explain it to you the best I can.

Menu

Key "a" is a definition for menu.

If you are in "ab" menu and go one menu back, it will go to the "a" menu.

Items and structure

The items in menu in menu are in array.

First value is text displayed to the user.

The second value is:

  • Menu which will be displayed next (specified by [a-z]) – "ab"
  • Function with own stuff – ShowInfo
  • Function with parameter – [Templates, "WIFI"] or [SetColor, 2]

menu = {
    "a": (
        ["System info", ShowInfo],
        ["HID", "ab"],
        ["Logitech attacks", "ac"],
        ["USB tools", "ad"],
        ["Template selector", "aa"],
        ["Other features","ag"],
        ["Options", "ae"],
        ["System", "af"]
    ),
    "aa": (
        ["Full settings", [Templates, "FULL_SETTINGS"]],
        ["WiFi", [Templates, "WIFI"]],
    ..snip..
    "aea": (
        ["Background", [SetColor, 0]],
        ["Text", [SetColor, 2]],
    ..snip..
}

So If you want to add your own you just follow the example.

Function called from menu

Requires:

  • It is recommended to set location (basically just user is not in menu) with – m.which = m.which + "1"
  • Draw empty background – color.DrawMenuBackground()
  • Wait a few milliseconds so the user doesn’t accidentally presses some button – time.sleep(0.4)
  • After leaving the function, set the location accordingly with – m.which = m.which[:-1]

def ShowInfo():
    m.which = m.which + "1"
    color.DrawMenuBackground()
    time.sleep(0.4)
    
    # Your stuff here

    m.which = m.which[:-1]

๐Ÿ‘ Helper functions

Dialogs

Yes or No dialog

YNDialog

def YNDialog(a="Are you sure?", y="Yes", n="No",b=""):

Arguments: First line; text for YES; text for NO; Second line;
Returns: True/False

Dialog

def Dialog(a, wait=True):

Basic Message box

Arguments: Text; Waits for user to click ok;

Scroll trought text (like in menu)

def GetMenuString(inlist,duplicates=False):

Arguments: List of strings with labels to show; bool, if your lists contains duplicates (to show the list properly);
Returns: Selected string from array.

Show text without selection (“slide”)

def GetMenuPic(a):

Arguments: List of lists with labels to show;
Returns: Index of selected slide (-1 for none).

Wait for button press

def getButton():

Returns: Name of the pressed button (defined in json config).

RGB color picker

Color picker

def GetColor(final_color="#000000"):

Arguments: Color you start with;
Returns: #RRGGBBselected color in hex

๐Ÿ“‹ TODO

  • More features for Logitech stuff
  • Dump USB storage
  • Construct HID payloads
  • Terminal

๐Ÿ“š Credits and sources

GitHub

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