.: CyberSpy 8.4 :.
Released 19 years, 4 months ago. Jul 2002By Ghirai
- From: Visual Basic
- Coded by: Ghirai
- Version: CyberSpy 8.4
- Released date: Jul 2002, 19 years, 4 months ago.
- Family: CyberSpy
- Category: Remote Access
Server: dropped file: C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\MSWINCFG32.EXE size: 73 KB port: 14194 TCP startup: HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run "Mswincfg" HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run "Mswincfg" HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\RunServices "Mswincfg" c:\windows\system.ini, [boot] "shell"
Introduction: -CyberSpy is a trojan (if you don't know what that is, you've got the wrong software package), and you can use any terminal (telnet, puTTY, whatever.) to connect to the server. Configuring a server: -Run CSEditor.exe. Click 'Load Server' and select the server. (you can do this also by passing the server's path as a command line argument). -One the server is loaded, configure it to fit your needs (every field is described in the editor's help section; click the '?' icon in the title bar) -Click 'Save server' or 'Save new server' to update the settings. -Now get your victim run the server (how? use your imagination). You can and should rename the server. Connecting to a victim: -First of all, if you want to keep track of the victims, use one or both notification methods (ICQ and Email). -Once you know the IP/Host name of the victim, fire up a terminal (i suggest puTTY), and connect to the victim's IP/Host name on the port you specified when you edited the server (default port is 14194, you should change that). Commands: -I'm not listing all the commands/description here. When you're connected, just type 'help' to get a list of commands. Type 'help a_command' to get a description of a_command. Compatibility: -CyberSpy is compatible with all 32bit Windows OS (9*, Me, NT, 2K, XP), and has been tested on 98, Me, NT, 2K and XP. Program Info: The Server is ~72BK, the editor ~61KB, and both are compressed. The server source: ~4600 lines ~470 variables ~80 constants ~90 API declarations ~90 procedures ~60 functions ~20 types The editor source: ~2500 lines ~300 variables ~50 constants ~20 types ~70 procedures ~20 functions ~30 API declarations -i thought you'd like to know... Last Words: -The server's file size is around 72KB (depends on the settings), and i can say that it's very stable, and you don't have to fear that you enter wrong parameters/commands; it won't crash! Are there going to be any next versions? Yes, with lots of improvements... IMPORTANT: Do NOT compress/encrypt or otherwise tamper with the server! Greets: The_Fearless_Programming_Team [ Faceless Wonder, Gobo, mf4, Read101, triforce, Wisma-Atria ] and Doc of Megasecurity. Contact: --/EMAIL REDACTED BY SUB7CREW.ORG FOR YOUR SAFETY\-- Have fun, Ghirai.
URL's and mails were automatically redacted (filtered) for reader's safety. However the filter is not perfect and can't find all harmful elements. If you find something dangerous including file link, website, mail address, profanity... contact me immediately at firstname.lastname@example.org, thank you in advance.