4WRITING CONNECT-BACK, BINDING, AND METASPLOIT PAYLOADS

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As a penetration tester or a security engineer, it’s really useful to be able to write and customize payloads on the fly. Often, corporate environments will differ drastically from one to the next, and “off-the-shelf” payloads by frameworks such as Metasploit are simply blocked by intrusion detection/prevention systems, network access controls, or other variables of the network. However, Windows machines on corporate networks almost always have the .NET framework installed, which makes C# a great language to write payloads in. The core libraries available to C# also have excellent networking ...

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