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pokemon-go-mitm-node – GitHub

Pokemon Go MITM Proxy – Intercepts the traffic between your Pokemon Go App and their servers, decodes the protocol and gives you a handy tool to enrich your own game experience by altering the data on the fly.
Take a look at the examples to get started. Feel happily invited to contribute more!
How to use it?
Setting up the server
Get nodejs
Get protobuf >= 3
Linux: libprotobuf must be present (apt-get install libprotobuf-dev)
OSX: Use homebrew to install protobuf with brew install pkg-config and brew install –devel protobuf
Windows: hard to compile – follow advices
Clone the code to experiment with the examples! (otherwise use it as a npm package)
git clone && cd pokemon-go-mitm-node
npm install
Setup the CoffeeScript interpreter (optional if using npm scripts)
npm install -g coffee-script
Setting up your device
Prepare your phone to accept the MITM certificate
Android
on a rooted phone: install the Xposed module pokemon-go-xposed
otherwise: install a pre-patched version
iPhone
you have to be jailbroken to use ilendemli’s nice certificate pinning patch
Using Xposed on Android
If you are using pokemon-go-xposed, set the custom endpoint to your machines IP (default port it 8082). All done!
Using iOS or Android without Xposed
Generate a CA MITM certificate
Run npm start (or coffee) to generate a CA certificate
Download the generated certificate from the started server via host:8082/ (or copy the file)
Add the certificate to the “trusted certificates” of your mobile (for “VPN and apps” on Android)
Setup your mobile’s connection to use your machine as a proxy (default proxy port is 8081)
Done!
Troubleshooting
Android N requires a different certificate format, make sure you download host:8082/ to your mobile
To let an iPhone or iPad trust the certificate, you might have to save and email host:8082/ to yourself to open it in the Mail app
On very few systems (Raspberry Pi) the CA certificate has to be generated manually:
openssl genrsa -out 2048
openssl rsa -in -pubout >
openssl req -x509 -new -nodes -key -days 1024 -out -subj “/C=US/ST=Utah/L=Provo/O=PokemonCA/”
If you are unable to log in after installing the certificate on Android, you may have to reboot for apps to see the new CA (#208)
How to code it?
PokemonGoMITM = require ‘pokemon-go-mitm’
server = new PokemonGoMITM port: 8081
# Replace all PokeStops with kittys!
dResponseHandler “FortDetails”, (data) ->
= “Pokemon GO MitM PoC”
scription = “meow! ”
age_urls = [“]
data
What’s the status?
Thanks to the awesom work done around POGOProtos, all requests and responses can be intercepted and altered on the fly by now!
AddFortModifier
AttackGym
CatchPokemon
CheckAwardedBadges
CheckCodenameAvailable
ClaimCodename
CollectDailyBonus
CollectDailyDefenderBonus
DiskEncounter
DownloadItemTemplates
DownloadRemoteConfigVersion
DownloadSettings
Echo
Encounter
EncounterTutorialComplete
EquipBadge
EvolvePokemon
FortDeployPokemon
FortDetails
FortRecallPokemon
FortSearch
GetAssetDigest
GetDownloadUrls
GetGymDetails
GetHatchedEggs
GetIncensePokemon
GetInventory
GetMapObjects
GetPlayer
GetPlayerProfile
GetSuggestedCodenames
IncenseEncounter
LevelUpRewards
NicknamePokemon
PlayerUpdate
RecycleInventoryItem
ReleasePokemon
SetAvatar
SetContactSettings
SetFavoritePokemon
SetPlayerTeam
StartGymBattle
UpgradePokemon
UseIncense
UseItemCapture
UseItemEggIncubator
UseItemGym
UseItemPotion
UseItemRevive
UseItemXpBoost
Enjoy! And heaps of thanks to everyone who contributed here and on slack!
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Pokemon GO (c) direct MitM | Xposed Module Repository

No-server MitM right for your Pokemon GO (c)
This package works with network communication of PoGo directly, processing data send and received without any additional modules, proxies and so on.
Current stable version can:
Visualise IVs for pokemon in your posession.
Show remaining time of a lure module.
Export pokemon and candy data to file.
Spreadsheet for calculations, with instructions inside, can be found here Goodle DocsMake sure that both module and PoGo have Storage Permissions. App uses them to store settings, PoGo – to read them. If you experience crashes of UI, or PoGo app at start, first check permissions. If it still crashes, please provide feedback via Issues on Github (support link) output format is “Grade Perfection% Attack Defense Stamina Level”. Grade is A for 100 to 91 perfection, B for 90 to 81 and so on. With grade, you can sort pokemons A-Z to have best first, then good, then worse etc.
All hacks implemented now don’t modify data sent to Niantic servers, only examine it. They modify data going back, to add gist to it.
This hack don’t do additional request, so it does not overload Niantic servser. No ‘data scraping’.
I had not heard/read about bans for this or similar modules. If I ever know of such, I will inform users wherever I can and pause distribution.
Module is field-tested and working with version 0. 39. 1.
pokemon-go-mitm - npm

pokemon-go-mitm – npm

pokemon-go-mitm2. 1. 0 • Public • Published 5 years ago Readme Explore BETA10 Dependencies1 Dependents11 Versions
Pokemon Go MITM Proxy – Intercepts the traffic between your Pokemon Go App and their servers, decodes the protocol and gives you a handy tool to enrich your own game experience by altering the data on the fly.
Take a look at the examples to get started. Feel happily invited to contribute more!
How to use it?
Setting up the server
Get nodejs
Get protobuf >= 3
Linux: libprotobuf must be present (apt-get install libprotobuf-dev)
OSX: Use homebrew to install protobuf with brew install pkg-config and brew install –devel protobuf
Windows: hard to compile – follow advices
Clone the code to experiment with the examples! (otherwise use it as a npm package)
git clone && cd pokemon-go-mitm-node
npm install
Setup the CoffeeScript interpreter (optional if using npm scripts)
npm install -g coffee-script
Setting up your device
Prepare your phone to accept the MITM certificate
Android
on a rooted phone: install the Xposed module pokemon-go-xposed
otherwise: install a pre-patched version
iPhone
you have to be jailbroken to use ilendemli’s nice certificate pinning patch
Using Xposed on Android
If you are using pokemon-go-xposed, set the custom endpoint to your machines IP (default port it 8082). All done!
Using iOS or Android without Xposed
Generate a CA MITM certificate
Run npm start (or coffee) to generate a CA certificate
Download the generated certificate from the started server via host:8082/ (or copy the file)
Add the certificate to the “trusted certificates” of your mobile (for “VPN and apps” on Android)
Setup your mobile’s connection to use your machine as a proxy (default proxy port is 8081)
Done!
Troubleshooting
Android N requires a different certificate format, make sure you download host:8082/ to your mobile
To let an iPhone or iPad trust the certificate, you might have to save and email host:8082/ to yourself to open it in the Mail app
On very few systems (Raspberry Pi) the CA certificate has to be generated manually:
openssl genrsa -out 2048
openssl rsa -in -pubout >
openssl req -x509 -new -nodes -key -days 1024 -out -subj “/C=US/ST=Utah/L=Provo/O=PokemonCA/”
If you are unable to log in after installing the certificate on Android, you may have to reboot for apps to see the new CA (#208)
How to code it?
PokemonGoMITM = require ‘. /lib/pokemon-go-mitm’server = new PokemonGoMITM port: dResponseHandler “FortDetails”, (data) -> = “Pokemon GO MitM PoC” scription = “meow! ” age_urls = [“] data
What’s the status?
Thanks to the awesom work done around POGOProtos, all requests and responses can be intercepted and altered on the fly by now!
AddFortModifier
AttackGym
CatchPokemon
CheckAwardedBadges
CheckCodenameAvailable
ClaimCodename
CollectDailyBonus
CollectDailyDefenderBonus
DiskEncounter
DownloadItemTemplates
DownloadRemoteConfigVersion
DownloadSettings
Echo
Encounter
EncounterTutorialComplete
EquipBadge
EvolvePokemon
FortDeployPokemon
FortDetails
FortRecallPokemon
FortSearch
GetAssetDigest
GetDownloadUrls
GetGymDetails
GetHatchedEggs
GetIncensePokemon
GetInventory
GetMapObjects
GetPlayer
GetPlayerProfile
GetSuggestedCodenames
IncenseEncounter
LevelUpRewards
NicknamePokemon
PlayerUpdate
RecycleInventoryItem
ReleasePokemon
SetAvatar
SetContactSettings
SetFavoritePokemon
SetPlayerTeam
StartGymBattle
UpgradePokemon
UseIncense
UseItemCapture
UseItemEggIncubator
UseItemGym
UseItemPotion
UseItemRevive
UseItemXpBoost
Enjoy! And heaps of thanks to everyone who contributed here and on slack!

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