.: DCMD :.
Released 17 years, 3 months ago. Oct 2004By drocon
- Coded by: drocon
- Version: DCMD
- Released date: Oct 2004, 17 years, 3 months ago.
- Coded in: Assembly
- Family: Dcmd
- Category: Remote Access
DCMD: size: 987 bytes port: 23 TCP startup: none
Compilation: In order to compile dcmd, NASM (Netwide Assembler) must be installed on your computer. NASM is free, open-sourced, and can be found at --/URL REDACTED BY SUB7CREW.ORG FOR YOUR SAFETY\--. It's also recommended that you install NASM on your C:\nasm directory (unless your local drive was something other than that). To compile, simply run "make.bat". dcmd will spawn a shell on port 23 by default, but you can change this value by altering the value for "PORT" (defined at the beginning of the file). Also, for maximum compatiability, you might want to define "NO_ORDINAL", by removing the ";" (semicolon) from the define. The downside of this is that the exe will be bumped up to 1004 bytes (for people who care, WSASocketA() is imported by name instead of by ordinal, and therefore it will take up more space). Usually, this won't be an issue (i hope...) Usage: If you're going to use my code, at least drop me some credits, and if i do catch somebody just recompiling this and calling it their own, they will be publically humiliated, and owned by 0days :P that's about all. drocon
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