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Thread: Backdooring with Metasploit

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    Any idea why this occurs? It only does it if I telnet, not if I use netcat to connect.
    Telnet is echo'ing back response. You can turn it off locally.

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    That's interesting... how to do it?

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    Great, I was able to turn it off locally like you said. So I booted up my XP box to see if the registry file was just a Vista thing and it didn't work on XP either, so something is wrong. I've tried it with both telnet, nc and through meterpreter handler and none of them are working.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kazalku View Post
    That's interesting... how to do it?
    It's been a while, but I think it is "unset echo"

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    Well after some trial and error I figured out what issue with the registry, it seems that I forgot to allow the program through the firewall first before I tried to insert the registry key, go figure.

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    If your are familiar with meterpreter you can try this phreedom.org/software/metsvc/

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    I just LOVE that packetstorm paper on modifying files... never though of that solution, always though you need to either pack the file or recompile the source...

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