WinPirate : Automated Sticky Keys Hack From A Bootable USB

Automated sticky keys hack. Post exploitation it grabs browser passwords, history, and network passwords. Here’s the plan. We create a way to automate doing the sticky keys windows hack from a bootable USB which we can call as WinPirate. Then, we automate getting as many saved passwords as possible, drop a listener, and delete all traces that we were there.

All without being detected by antivirus. We should add a mimikittenz option if the computer was found running and unlocked, otherwise we can just run it later remotely.

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How to Use WinPirate

Requirements : a linux bootable USB, this repo on the USB (not in the OS, just put it in the root directory)

Note : requires PyWin32

If the computer is locked:

  • shutdown windows (make sure not hibernating by holding shift while pressing shut down)
  • hit F12 and select USB
  • sudo -i
  • fdisk -l (note: if you’re on Kali Linux, run parted -l)
  • mkdir /media/windows
  • mount /dev/WHATEVERTHEWINDOWSPARTITIONWASCALLED /media/windows -t ntfs
  • run
  • restart and boot to Windows
  • hit Shift 5 times fast, a command prompt will appear
  • cd to the USB and run WinPirate.bat

If the computer isn’t locked:

cd to the USB and run Run.bat (this will run WinPirate.bat silently in the background, it should be done in < 10 seconds

Current Issues

  1. The chrome passwords grabber that I made is still a .py For it to work, I need to convert it to exe so it doesn’t require python to be installed on the system.
    You can run it with python -csv and it will decrypt the Chrome saved passwords database and export it as a CSV
  2. The sticky keys automation doesn’t speed the process up as much as I previously thought, as evident by the lengthy “How to Use” section
  3. I haven’t been able to write any tools that grab passwords for IE or Firefox