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    Lightbulb Hiding a meterpreter in a MSN installer using Iexpress.

    This is a quick tutorial about how to create an encoded meterpreter and then hide it into an installer using a Microsoft utility called "iexpress".

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    Default Re: Hiding a meterpreter in a MSN installer using Iexpress.

    Good tutorial! The introduction is great!

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    Nice great Tutorial....

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    Default Re: Hiding a meterpreter in a MSN installer using Iexpress.

    Very cool tutorial, Thanks for sahring Sickness!

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    Default Re: Hiding a meterpreter in a MSN installer using Iexpress.

    Well glad you like it guys
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    Default Re: Hiding a meterpreter in a MSN installer using Iexpress.

    In regards to the LHOST, if I need to use the installer on various machines it would require me to not only find out the IP of the target again but also remake a new payload+installer?

    Or is there a method on using a generic LHOST so as to have a universal installer.

    I am still in the process of learning Metasploid and the Unleashed module is quite good but long, so I am not quite there yet.

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    Default Re: Hiding a meterpreter in a MSN installer using Iexpress.

    No, In this situation the LHOST is the attackers IP. The MSN installer could be executed on any machine because all it does is connect back to the attackers machine with a reverse shell.

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    Default Re: Hiding a meterpreter in a MSN installer using Iexpress.

    Thank You my friend

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    Default Re: Hiding a meterpreter in a MSN installer using Iexpress.

    Thank you!!! A killing good tut!

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    I'm glad you guys like the tutorial
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