Install Pip Modules in Stealth Mode:
try: #checking module, if installed or not import requests except: #if module not installed,it will be automatically installed in hidden mode def main(): import os, subprocess update_pip = 'pip install requests' subprocess.call(update_pip, shell=True, stdout=subprocess.DEVNULL, stderr=subprocess.DEVNULL) main()
Hide installing process text in Command Prompt:
stdout=subprocess.DEVNULL, stderr=subprocess.DEVNULL = hide installing process
Advanced Python Backdoor Script #1:
This is a Backdoor, created with Python 3.
Types of Commands:
Downloading or Uploading files to Victim
Launching / Deleting / Reading the all file’s
Send Message to Victim.
Take Snapshot from the Webcam or Display Screenshot.
Get UserID + Processes running of Victim.
Removing or Adding to Startup of your Malware.
Get user information: Chrome Browser Saved Passwords, System Specs, Public-IP.
Permanently Disable or Enable Task Manager
Lock / Restart / Shutdown the System of Victim Computer.
Trolling the user by playing music + showing Terrific messages.
Advanced Python Backdoor Script #2:
You will need:
- Python 3.6+ (Make sure to add python to PATH during installation)
- A Windows computer
- Install the required modules by running
python -m pip install -r requirements.txt
Currently this program has several features such as:
- Multi-client support
- Cross-platform server
- AES-128 Encryption
- Built-in keylogger
- Ability to send commands to all clients
- Ability to capture screenshots
- Ability to upload/download files
- Ability to send messages
- Ability to run at startup
- Ability to browse files
- Ability to dump user info
- Ability to open remote cmd
- Ability to open remote python interpreter
- Ability to disable task manager
- Ability to shutdown/restart/lock pc
- Ability to melt file on startup
- Checking for multiple instances
- VM/sandboxie check
- And more…
src/setup.pyand follow the instructions on screen to build the client to .exe.
- Check the
distfolder for the .exe.
- Disable your firewall on the server or configure your firewall to allow port 3000.
- Run the
server.pyto start the server and accept connections.If you plan on using the program outside of your network, you must port forward port 3000.