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GoBot2 - Second Version of The GoBot Botnet, But more advanced.

  •    Go

After seeing another users Go based botnet i wanted to do more work on my GoBot, But i ended up building something a bit more. There is issues with this but it more of a advanced PoC.... I am not a good coder but i was able to make this buy doing some basic reading online. There was more i wanted to do with this project but i stopped, I am getting out of making Malware and virus's... I am going to move on to more legitimet things. Though i will be posting some of my old projects on my Github, and most of witch are malevolent i am putting them here to make it simpler for the 'good guys' to fight them and there kin. The C&C is a program, You can compile it for Windows, Linux, Mac systems. Its a self-running web-server that handles all connections on the selected port in the settings. it will serve the HTLM C&C to a connector if you allow it and it saves data about account, bots and commands as a SQL database and bots files (screenshots, keylogs, ect) as file under the bots own "Profile" You can control the botnet from the program(more secure) or control it from the HTML C&C. The C&C's program is extremely stable, Go based servers are know for handling millions or requests at once without fail, just make sure you have a good connection. The C&C has a build in hard-coded login (kinda like a Backdoor) you can use if you 'forgot' the account login. the C&C can have any number of accounts. With it being a self-contained program this removes the issue of SQLi attacks on the C&C so its more SECURE. The C&C can also run inside a Tor Hidden service if configured right and the client (bot) can connect to it using a onion.to or onion.cab forwarder if needed. Tor can also be used by the bot via a SOCKS proxy... Simple to do, Google it.

anevicon - :fire: A high-performant UDP-based load generator, written in Rust

  •    Rust

An open-source, high-performant traffic generator, designed to be as convenient and reliable as it is possible. It generates numerous UDP packets which lets you test your server against the abnormaly high activity. Linux-accelerated. Anevicon communicates with a Linux kernel by a few specific system calls to reduce the CPU load significantly. However, it makes the program platform-dependent.