If you know how to write HTTP servers from scratch, you can create customized logic for social engineering, command-and-control (C2) transports, or APIs and frontends for your own tools, among other things. Luckily, Go has a brilliant standard package—net/http—for building HTTP servers; it’s really all you need to effectively write not only simple servers, but also complex, full-featured web applications.

In addition to the standard package, you can leverage third-party packages to speed up development and remove some of the tedious processes, such as pattern matching. These packages will assist you with ...

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