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Dropping a powershell payload for C2


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That is probably a bunny or ducky thing, and not a couldc2 thing, so you are in the wrong section here.

What do you exactly mean with "connect to c2"? Just go to the web interface or...?

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No, it is in the right place. I can drop windows shells until the cows come home from the bash bunny. I am asking if there is a way to get a C2 session on a windows target in the same way? So bash bunny drops the payload and the resulting payload runs, connects to C2 in the same way a lan turtle. Then you have all your shells in one place.

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