Hi everybody, this time I will share with you a fork I made in december 2015 of the Z-Attack tool developed by the company Advens.
This is basically a few ergonomic improvements of the GUI. The full changelog is at the bottom of this page.
See the original presentation by aDvens here.
You can download the project using the traditionnal git clone command:
git clone https://github.com/initbrain/Z-Attack
Z-Wave Packet Interception and Injection Tool GNU GPL v3 license
- The Texas Instrument development KIT (with UART bridge)
- The RfCat USB Radio Dongle
- The YARD Stick One USB Radio Dongle
For any help use "-h".
If you want to use this tool which is based on RFCat you need to install rflib
Using Z-Attack requires that you either use the python script in root mode (sudo works well),
or configure udev to allow non-root users full access to your dongle.
Additional details are on the RFCat project page:
Debian install dependencies:
pip install pydot apt-get install python-tk python-imaging-tk python-usb graphviz
On Ubuntu, if you are experiencing this error:
Couldn't import dot_parser, loading of dot files will not be possible
Just install the python-pydot package from the Ubuntu Software repository
sudo apt-get install python-pydot python-tk python-imaging-tk python-usb graphviz
Code cleaned, PEP8 (partially) Information added to the readme file Information added to the graph generator CSV logging disabled by default GUI improvement: Logo cropped, compressed and moved to the About window The HomeID listbox now fit the window and have a scrollbar Order of the text (reception) reversed and auto scrolling if the user don't use the scrollbar Send frame (advanced mode) window reorganization, brodcast src/dst and scrollbars added