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    Default Best way to back door windows with BT2 ?

    I know how to back door windows with windows (RAT (bifrost,PI,sub7,sharK), open port 3389 (if you have a passwd or GUEST account is open)).

    But how to back door win XP with BT2 (Sorry, but this is newbie area.)?
    Or if you can give me some good link, on how to do this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by renn3r View Post
    I know how to back door windows with windows (RAT (bifrost,PI,sub7,sharK), open port 3389 (if you have a passwd or GUEST account is open)).

    But how to back door win XP with BT2 (Sorry, but this is newbie area.)?
    Or if you can give me some good link, on how to do this.
    Could you possibly ask a more open-ended question?

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    Asked and answered HERE

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    Hire is how to do it :

    Netcat is a tcp/ip utility, you can chose it to do port scans, OS identification, etc. However its most commonly used to install a backdoor onto a system. So if you use the RPC DCOM on one of your window boxes, and it works, you want to leave a door open for yourself so that the next time you come back you dont have to run the exploit again. OR perhaps the exploit gets patched. Once you have exploited a program and have access to the box, fire up tftp, install netcat and set it to listen on a port of your choice. Now you have a re-entry point back into the system.

    This was posted by EternalRampage.

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