A keystroke logger to exploit XSS vulnerabilities in a site - for my personal Educational purposes o...
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A simple keystroke logger that listens and sends all keystrokes for a user on a Cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerable page to a remote dashboard page via websockets.
The XSS Keylogger project is based on a client side script which is to be embedded in a a vulnerable page that listens to keystrokes on a page, and broadcasts it to an actively running Node server.
The client side script connects using a persistent websocket connection to the Node server. The Node server then in turn relays the information received to a remote monitoring dashboard which could optionally be running.
This project was created for XSS educational purposes and to raise awareness on how such a vulnerability can be exploited.
Important: This solution should not be used for any malicious or illegal purposes.
npm, the Node package manager, using the Homebrew package manager (or using any other means of getting
npminstalled. Once installed, run
npm installto resolve and install project related dependencies.
brew install npm npm install
node index.jsto start up the Node server. The server will run on port
:3000by default. The snooping client script will be available to access on the following URL:
To demonstrate this utility locally, point your browser to the following two URLs:
http://localhost:3000/innocent.html- a sample web page that has been exploited with the XSS keystroke logger client script. Any text typed on the input fields of this page will immediately be made broadcasted and made visible to a sample remote spy dashboard.
http://localhost:3000/monitor.html- a spy dashboard that logs all remote keystrokes from exploited clients.
// Show a popup remotely alert("You've been Sn00ped!");
// Change background of client page to pink document.body.style.background = 'pink';
A blog post write-up detailing how the keylogger can be embedded in a live XSS vulnerable site is coming soon.