1. Adds a user account. 2. Adds this local user to local administrator group. 3. If the target computer is equipped with a compatible Wi-Fi card : Avoids security measures on the internal network with the creation of a wireless "Hosted Network". 4. Shares "C:" directory. 5. Adds a rule to the firewall. 6. Sets a value to "LocalAccountTokenFilterPolicy" to access the "C:" with a local account. 7. Hides user account.
There are many forms of remote access which may be used by different actors for various purposes. A red team may use remote access techniques that provide persistent access to an exploited target for the purposes of reconnaissance and lateral movement across the network. A systems administrator may use remote access to perform day to day operations on a network accessible computer. An array of techniques exist to obtain and maintain remote access across a network, including using a command and control server such as Cloud C². Common remote access techniques include reverse shells and may employ obfuscation techniques to mask the connection. See all remote access payloads.
This payload is for the Bash Bunny. Simultaneously mimic multiple trusted devices to trick targets into divulging sensitive information without triggering defenses. The Bash Bunny is truly the world's most advanced USB attack platform.