.: KoreTek 1.4 :.
Released 19 years, 9 months ago. Apr 2002By NaHeMiA
- Coded by: NaHeMiA
- Version: KoreTek 1.4
- Released date: Apr 2002, 19 years, 9 months ago.
- Family: KoreTek 1.4
- Category: Remote Access
(This is a BETA version. There may be bugs but I have worked most all of them out. If you find any please email me. I haven't yet released this to the net, just a small group of people.) 1. Basic info a) koretek.dll - the dll that the bots use to authorize people. This file goes in the bot dir. b) kore.dll - the dll that your mirc client uses to encrypt your password and log in. This file goes in your mIRC dir. c) Config.exe - the program to configure koretek.dll with your own password and to generate the scripts that your botnet and mirc will use to log in. * d) IMPORTANT!! - To make this work you _MUST_ be sure that /dll is not disabled. You can unset this in the mIRC options by going to General>Lock and unchecking the box that says '/dll.' 2. Setting up It's pretty easy to get this set up. Just follow these steps: 1. Run config.exe 2. Choose youre koretek.dll file and for the password enter 'new' (Note: This will only work once. Keeping a copy of the original koretek.dll is strongly suggested) 3. Change the password (IMPORTANT FOR SECURITY!) 4. Set up the scripts: a) Level to login - level required to login. b) Master level - level given if valid login c) Login Trigger - command to login d) Login alias - alias for automatically logging you into the bots Note: This will generate two scripts called client- side.mrc and server-side.mrc. Just like the names imply, client-side is the script you need to load in your mirc. (/load -rs client- side.mrc) server-side.mrc needs to be loaded in the botnet. (/load -rs server-side.mrc) If you want to script the code yourself feel free to do so.. This was made to be easy for the newbiez and lazy fucks. ;)~ Also, I encourage you to edit the script (especially the server-side one) after you have them generated to customize them to your bot. These are made as guidelines and they will replace your old login methods. 5. copy the kore.dll and koretek.dll a) copy the kore.dll to YOUR mirc dir. b) copy the koretek.dll into the botnet dir. 3. Encryption info It's really late so I'm not going to write a lot now, but my encryption uses what I like to call polymorphing algorithm. It is very complex encryption that even I couldn't break. And I coded the fuckin thing. Brute forcing this encryption would also be VERY hard because I've put in some methods of defense against that. As far as I can see, this is a very secure method and would be VERY difficult to crack. If you can't tell, the mirc script sends your host to the dll which encrypts it and sends it to the bots which use their dll (koretek.dll) to check the encrypted host. This way no password will be the same. Unless somebody can spoof your exact host, or you are a dumbass and give them the password to your KoreTek file, they won't be able to crack your shit even if they watch you login every day. :) NaHeMiA
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