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  1. Hi there, I'm new to this forum and so I thought I'd introduce myself with a nice tutorial! :) I've created a ducky script and coded an executable which will achieve the title of this topic. This will make use of the twin duck firmware so this is a prerequisite before starting unless you can apply the same thing to ducky-decode or similar. Another prerequisite is .NET framework 4.5 but PC's with Win 8+ will have this by default and loads of applications use this so the likelihood of a PC pre Win 8 not having it is fairly low (I might make a native payload later). What the exec
  2. Recently installed Kali to my RPi3, and also to a USB drive for use on my Ubuntu16/Win10 laptop. Today I tried to make the Kali USB drive 'persistent,' and I thought maybe some people even more newbie than me might be interested in hearing what i had to do to make it work. Following the instructions blindly doesn't always work: (1) Creating the USB drive, no problem: https://docs.kali.org/downloading/kali-linux-live-usb-install However i had to do it using Win32 Disk Imager, because when i used the 'dd' method (from Ubuntu16 in a VirtualBox) it ran all night and still hadn't finished
  3. Hey fellas i came across this reverse shell made by (James Cook @b00stfr3ak44) i was just curous how can i change this to a Persistence reverse shell , its currenty a .rb file. you execute it in terminal , but i would like to know how to change it. #!/usr/bin/env ruby # Thanks to @mattifestation exploit-monday.com and Dave Kennedy. # Written by James Cook @b00stfr3ak44 require 'base64' require 'readline' def print_error(text) print "\e[31m[-]\e[0m #{text}" end def print_success(text) print "\e[32m[+]\e[0m #{text}" end def print_info(text) print "\e[34m[*]\e[0m #{text}" end de
  4. Hello, Here's a new payload that I came up with. It targets Windows 7 w/UAC enabled. Here's what happens when you run it... Opens an admin command prompt Creates an admin user (default creds: hacker | mysecretpassword) Disables the windows firewall Enables remote desktop Enables remote assistance Hides the newly created admin account from the Windows Welcome Screen Creates a VBScript to run a hidden instance of Netcat Creates a batch file to launch Netcat (this is needed to mask an open netcat session from the desktop) Downloads netcat from the attackers web server (to transfer netcat to th
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