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You need a better microphone :)

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Security Tools / Re: edit metasploit exploit module
« on: June 15, 2014, 02:37:32 pm »
exploitception?
We need to exploit further! derp.

@OP: editing a module depends on the module itself. Stay away from API and edit the module functions?

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Members introduction / Re: Salvete
« on: June 14, 2014, 01:31:47 pm »
It could be the future of the internet, which means a whole slew of new ways to hack ;)

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Creative Arts / Re: Untitled WIP 6.13.14
« on: June 14, 2014, 07:43:56 am »
Y u no use EZ hosting?
Zippyshare allows for immediate playback, that's the idea.

@OP: not sure what to say... it sounds good :P

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Yeah, but WHY would one need it? was my question.

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Projects and Discussion / Re: Project Shebang
« on: June 13, 2014, 09:11:10 pm »
I'd like to see how you will identify yourself in the world with just a MAC...
Python as a POC, yeah that sounds good. Tho I recommend to switch to C on normal basis.

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Yeah that's a real pity you can't save progress :/

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I don't quite understand how is this useful...?

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To get passed the bouncer you need to wear a unix beard :D
man this game is awesome :D mystical ssh tunnel lol.

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This is cool, I might use it for my own server :)
Though it would probably be a good idea to remove blocked logins after a week or two, otherwise it would accumulate too much maybe?

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Members introduction / Re: I'm Programming
« on: June 13, 2014, 07:22:08 am »
Heh... @OP: guess you by now understood that Hackforums isn't liked here. People coming from there are usually idiots that gets banned on their first post. Feel free to prove us wrong, and I would like to know more about the services you are offering and how good are you at coding (post some of your projects?), however don't post spammy and otherwise stupid and riddled with ads posts.

About your intro... well as an introduction is fucking sucks man. I encourage you to make a better one, otherwise you just look like an idiot.

Welcome OP :)

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Projects and Discussion / Re: Project Shebang
« on: June 13, 2014, 07:17:52 am »
I have Teensy2.0, it's kinda cheap and cool. Don't bother with the SDcard shield tho, it's useless.
py2exe for a reverse shell sounds like an overkill bro. There are plenty of example code to do it in C/++. Much better that way, and as I said before, there's always Netcat.

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Projects and Discussion / Re: Project Shebang
« on: June 12, 2014, 09:31:55 pm »
This is what he's looking for: https://evilzone.org/projects-and-discussion/teensy-dropper-project-details-and-progress/
Autorun is dead, forget about it. HID is the future.

Python reverse shell sounds ridiculous. A regular user won't have python installed and on linux it can just be blocked. I'd go for netcat or at least a MSF generated reverse shell...

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Found this really cool MUD game, to become a free software developer :D

http://www.avausadventure.com/

GNU OR DIE lol'd.

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Oh wow, this is cool. +1. I would like to see the end result :)

Btw I didn't announce in my original thread but in the end I decided to stick with a payload that downloads my stealer instead of running it from an SD card. It seemed that the SD card lib was VERY unstable and would fail sometimes when trying to run that stealer and would fail most of the time when writing large quantities of data onto the card.
And I didn't use proper solder and acid when soldering that bitch-ass SD card shield, now I can't get it off because the solder doesn't melt anymore :P

And I didn't find a proper cross-platform/cross-windows way to initiate a downloading process using command line, using VBScript might be more successful :)

I'm looking forward to updates :)

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