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Posted on 06-07-06 21:52
Hello,

I have managed to come across a trojan client and server written in Java (a language which I know).

Just a few questions on how to get it going (I am using my home network):

1. When specifing the remote host to connect to, will it be the internal network IP address of its external internet IP address?

2. Is it likely that port 80 will work and is port 2000 usually associated with trojans?

3. I need the activate the remote server - a batch file, or any better suggestions?

4. I guess the main difficulty with trojans is getting the actual file(s) on the remote computer -> email attachments, any other ideas?

Im only a newbie so dont flame, any useful advice would be appreciated.
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Posted on 06-07-06 22:06
dyzlexik wrote:
1. When specifing the remote host to connect to, will it be the internal network IP address of its external internet IP address?

2. Is it likely that port 80 will work and is port 2000 usually associated with trojans?

3. I need the activate the remote server - a batch file, or any better suggestions?


1) Nope, you will have to make the server part of the trojan listen on a specific port so that if the victim has NAT, it will work correctly.

2)Port 80 is blocked by default in XP SP2, so try something in the 50000 range.

3)Make the trojan call a seperate program that adds the trojan server into the startup registry (better to put it there as it is harder to find the the StartUp folder).

Hope that helps you.




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Posted on 06-07-06 22:39
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where did you get the code?


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Posted on 06-07-06 22:57
I got it from a site that is now closed down, but you can have the code if you want it.

Got it working by the way.

What kind of command in a batch file would get a screen shot of the remote machine?

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