⚠️ Be careful: Use this malicious software at YOUR OWN RISKS!
A Rust malware controlled by a Go web interface, API and socket server. See Objectives for more details.
- Bring a new malware to the recent Rust malware development scene to use Rust’s youth as a way to show undetectability fairly easily.
- Abusing Go’s networking versatility and ease of use for both managing client sockets and the webserver to build a complete architecture.
- Having multiple clients centralized to the same socket server and interface.
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Find the necessary binaries in the corresponding Release. Launch the server binary locally and make sure external connections may reach it. Get on
localhost:80 and watch your own Command and Control Center appear. As for infection, simply get a foothold into the victim and execute the client binary (relying on the target OS, obviously). When it is all done, refresh the webpage and your first client will indeed appear! Use the top bar to send commands to every socket and the smaller ones to choose from individually.
Hopefully, version 2.0.0 should come with its load of features!
- Implementing persistence
- Memorizing the current directory for the next command
- Beating Cynet
- MacOS support
- Allowing automated modules in a Metasploit/Meterpreter style
- Selecting the directory from a drop-down
- Filtering by OS
- Spreading through the clients