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  1. So after having a laptop stolen, and finding really no help to recover it, I had to come up with an idea of my own, or maybe it exists, and I don't know. I want to exploit my own laptop by soldering a USB to the motherboard. This USB, once the computer is turned on and logged into, and detects a network, will do one, or all of three things: 1) Will drop a specific remote access file matching one that is pre-saved in a cloud server, allowing the original owner to remotely access their stolen computer. This file will be dropped every single time on startup, and if the file already exists, will write over the existing one, instead of dropping a new one. 2) Email the owner the IP address of the computer when internet is detected. 3) Email the owner GPS coordinates if available. This would be extremely discreet, and, except the motherboard in which it's soldered to, even if the hard drive was swapped out, or the BIOS or OS was wiped and reinstalled, the drive itself would be present, and persistent, allowing the device to be recovered, remotely wiped, etc. at any given time. An added Idea I was given, was to have this soldered USB contain personal information, and proof of purchase, so the rightful owner can't be contested. Would anyone want to help make this possible? I feel I'm in the right place for this, and I also feel that this would be a product that a LOT of people would really want.
  2. Reverse Shell Mac for Bash Bunny Author: 0dyss3us (KeenanV) Version: 1.0 Description Opens a persistent reverse shell on victim's mac and connects it back to host attacker over TCP. Targets MacOS (OSX may work but has not been tested) Connection can be closed and reconnected at any time Deploys in roughly 30 sec (working on making it faster) Works well with NetCat as the listener Requirements Have a working Bash Bunny :) and a victim with MacOS STATUS LED STATUS Purple Setup Amber (Single Blink) Installing connect.sh script Amber (Double Blink) Creating cron job White (Fast Blink) Cleaning up Green Finished Installation and Execution Plug in Bash Bunny in arming mode Move files from MacPersistentReverseShell to either switch folder Edit the connect.sh file and replace the placeholder IP with attacker's IP and the port with whichever port you like to use (I use 1337 ?) Save the connect.sh file Unplug Bash Bunny and switch it to the position the payload is loaded on Plug the Bash Bunny into your victim's Mac and wait until the final light turns green (about 30 sec) Unplug the Bash Bunny and go to attacker's machine Listen on the port you chose in the connect.sh file on whichever program you'd like (I use NetCat) If using NetCat, run the command nc -nlvp 1337 (replace the port with the port in connect.sh) Wait for connection (Should take no longer than 1 minute as the cron job runs every minute) Once a bash shell prompt appears...YOU'RE DONE!! ? and you can disconnect and reconnect at any time as long as the user is logged in Download Click here to download.
  3. Windows Persistent Reverse Shell for Bash Bunny Author: 0dyss3us (KeenanV) Version: 1.0 Description Opens a persistent reverse shell through NetCat on victim's Windows machine and connects it back to host attacker. Targets Windows 10 (working on support for older versions) Connection can be closed and reconnected at any time Deploys in roughly 15-20 sec Works with NetCat Requirements Have a working Bash Bunny :) STATUS LED STATUS Purple Setup Amber (Single Blink) Installing and running scripts Green Finished Installation and Execution Plug in Bash Bunny in arming mode Move files from WindowsPersistentReverseShell to either switch folder Edit the persistence.vbs file and replace ATTACKER_IP with attacker's IP and PORT with whichever port you like to use (I use 1337 ?) Save the persistence.vbs file Unplug Bash Bunny and switch it to the position the payload is loaded on Plug the Bash Bunny into your victim's Windows machine and wait until the final light turns green (about 15-20 sec) Unplug the Bash Bunny and go to attacker's machine Listen on the port you chose in the persistence.vbs file on NetCat Run the command nc -nlvp 1337 (replace the port with the port in persistence.vbs) If using Windows as the attacker machine, you must install Ncat from: http://nmap.org/dist/ncat-portable-5.59BETA1.zip and use the command ncat instead of nc from the directory that you installed ncat.exe. Wait for connection (Should take no longer than 1 minute as the powershell command runs every minute) Once a Windows cmd prompt appears...YOU'RE DONE!! ? and you can disconnect and reconnect at any time as long as the user is logged in Download Click here to download
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