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  1. 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.
  2. Hello , I am new to this forum but I think you guys can help me. I am having trouble with metasploit over the intenet . I have a backdoor with lhost: external ip and lport: 4444 My listener is just multi/handler with lhost: local ip and lport: 4444 I portforwarded the port 4444 on my router to my local ip . To make my backdoor I use veil. Hop you can help me !!!
  3. I was pretty stoked that I could get a session on a Widows 10 box. I was using a cs meterpreter reverse https I created with veil-evasion. I would get a session then it would die after about 20-30 seconds. Anybody mess around with Windows 10 much and know what could be causing this? I was thinking it's something that isn't installed and maybe Windows 10 doesn't like run once programs. Not totally sure though. Any thoughts? Nevermind DLL injection gets caught by sandbox.
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