Twittor is a stealthy Python based backdoor using Twitter (Direct Messages) as a command and control server. This project has been inspired by Gcat which does the same but using a Gmail account. Setup For this to work you need: A Twitter account (Use a dedicated account! Do not use your personal one!) Register an […]
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Gcat is a stealthy Python backdoor that uses Gmail as a command and control server. It’s fairly basic right now, but it’s an interesting proof of concept and if the community got behind it and contributed some new features it could be a pretty powerful piece of kit. Feature wise it doesn’t have that much, […]
Michael Daw has collected some WEB backdoors to exploit vulnerable file upload facilities and others. It’s a pretty useful library for a variety of situations, especially for those doing web application security audits and web app security. Understanding how these backdoors work can also help security administrators implement firewalling and security policies to mitigate obvious […]
This is the first part (of many others to come) consisting of basic a introduction to different viruses, some terminology and other aspects required before starting to understand or write viruses. Definition A virus is (taken from Windows XP’s Help And Support Center): A program that attempts to spread from computer to computer and either […]
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