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    Question SET - Java Applet attack blocked by Avast

    Hi,
    I was testing out the Java Applet attack on the SET pentest program, but when I click run on the java applet that opens up when accessing the page, my AV (AVAST free version), blocked the executable.
    Has anyone had this issue? is there a way to bypass the AV?

    FYI: i'm running BT4R2 on a virtual environment. the machine being "attacked" is a windows 7 home premium running Avast free version 5.0.677.
    The attack options on the Java Applet attack were Windows Reverse_TCP Meterpreter with Backdoor executable.

    Thanks,

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    Default Re: SET - Java Applet attack blocked by Avast

    Well it's normal that after some time the AVs get updates, I would suggest you read more about methods to bypass AVs there are a lot of materials.
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    Default Re: SET - Java Applet attack blocked by Avast

    use an encoder (metasploit) or packer. Metasploit Unleashed By Offensive Security

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    Default Re: SET - Java Applet attack blocked by Avast

    Try a different encoding method for it. I know Im running Avast and picked up the same issue when trying to copy a payload across.

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