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APCLdr - Payload Loader With Evasion Features

By: Zion3R
23 March 2023 at 11:30

Payload Loader With Evasion Features.


  • no crt functions imported
  • indirect syscalls using HellHall
  • api hashing using CRC32 hashing algorithm
  • payload encryption using rc4 - payload is saved in .rsrc
  • Payload injection using APC calls - alertable thread
  • Payload execution using APC - alertable thread
  • Execution delation using MsgWaitForMultipleObjects - edit this
  • the total size is 8kb + the payload size
  • compatible with LLVM (clang-cl) Option


  • Use Builder to update the PayloadFile.pf file, that'll be the encrypted payload to be saved in the .rsrc section of the loader
  • Compile as x64 Release


  • Change Linker>SubSystem from /SUBSYSTEM:WINDOWS to /SUBSYSTEM:CONSOLE
  • Set the loader in debug mode (uncomment this)
  • build as release as well

Thanks For:

Tested with cobalt strike && Havoc on windows 10

Mimicry - Security Tool For Active Deception In Exploitation And Post-Exploitation

By: Zion3R
24 March 2023 at 11:30

Mimicry is a security tool developed by Chaitin Technology for active deception in exploitation and post-exploitation.

Active deception can live migrate the attacker to the honeypot without awareness. We can achieve a higher security level at a lower cost with Active deception.

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Quick Start

1. Make sure docker, docker-compose is installed correctly on the machine

docker info
docker-compose version

2. Install honeypot service

docker-compose build
docker-compose up -d

3. Deploy deception tool on other machines

update config.yaml,replace ${honeypot_public_ip} to the public IP of honeypot service

4. Perform Webshell deceiving

./mimicry-tools webshell -c config.yaml -t php -p webshell_path

Advance Usage

Tool Description
Web-Deception Fake vulnerabilities in web applications
Webshell-Deception live migrate webshell to the honeypot
Shell-Deception live migrate ReverseShell/BindShell to the honeypot

Contact Us

  1. You can make bug feedback and feature suggestions directly through GitHub Issues.
  2. You can join the discussion group on Discord .

QRExfiltrate - Tool That Allows You To Convert Any Binary File Into A QRcode Movie. The Data Can Then Be Reassembled Visually Allowing Exfiltration Of Data In Air Gapped Systems

By: Zion3R
25 March 2023 at 11:30

This tool is a command line utility that allows you to convert any binary file into a QRcode GIF. The data can then be reassembled visually allowing exfiltration of data in air gapped systems. It was designed as a proof of concept to demonstrate weaknesses in DLP software; that is, the assumption that data will leave the system via email, USB sticks or other media.

The tool works by taking a binary file and converting it into a series of QR codes images. These images are then combined into a GIF file that can be easily reassembled using any standard QR code reader. This allows data to be exfiltrated without detection from most DLP systems.

How to Use

To use QRExfiltrate, open a command line and navigate to the directory containing the QRExfiltrate scripts.

Once you have done this, you can run the following command to convert your binary file into a QRcode GIF:

./encode.sh ./draft-taddei-ech4ent-introduction-00.txt output.gif


encode.sh <inputfile>

Where <inputfile> is the path to the binary file you wish to convert, and <outputfile>, if no output is specified output.gif used is the path to the desired output GIF file.

Once the command completes, you will have a GIF file containing the data from your binary file.

You can then transfer this GIF file as you wish and reassemble the data using any standard QR code reader.


QRExfiltrate requires the following prerequisites:

  • qrencode
  • ffmpeg


QRExfiltrate is limited by the size of the source data, qrencoding per frame has been capped to 64 bytes to ensure the resulting image has a uniform size and shape. Additionally the conversion to QR code results in a lot of storage overhead, on average the resulting gif is 50x larger than the original. Finally, QRExfiltrate is limited by the capabilities of the QR code reader. If the reader is not able to detect the QR codes from the GIF, the data will not be able to be reassembled.

The decoder script has been intentionally omitted


QRExfiltrate is a powerful tool that can be used to bypass DLP systems and exfiltrate data in air gapped networks. However, it is important to note that QRExfiltrate should be used with caution and only in situations where the risk of detection is low.

Yesterday β€” 26 March 2023Tools

Waf-Bypass - Check Your WAF Before An Attacker Does

By: Zion3R
26 March 2023 at 11:30

WAF bypass Tool is an open source tool to analyze the security of any WAF for False Positives and False Negatives using predefined and customizable payloads. Check your WAF before an attacker does. WAF Bypass Tool is developed by Nemesida WAF team with the participation of community.

How to run

It is forbidden to use for illegal and illegal purposes. Don't break the law. We are not responsible for possible risks associated with the use of this software.

Run from Docker

The latest waf-bypass always available via the Docker Hub. It can be easily pulled via the following command:

# docker pull nemesida/waf-bypass
# docker run nemesida/waf-bypass --host='example.com'

Run source code from GitHub

# git clone https://github.com/nemesida-waf/waf_bypass.git /opt/waf-bypass/
# python3 -m pip install -r /opt/waf-bypass/requirements.txt
# python3 /opt/waf-bypass/main.py --host='example.com'


  • '--proxy' (--proxy='http://proxy.example.com:3128') - option allows to specify where to connect to instead of the host.

  • '--header' (--header 'Authorization: Basic YWRtaW46YWRtaW4=' --header 'X-TOKEN: ABCDEF') - option allows to specify the HTTP header to send with all requests (e.g. for authentication). Multiple use is allowed.

  • '--user-agent' (--user-agent 'MyUserAgent 1/1') - option allows to specify the HTTP User-Agent to send with all requests, except when the User-Agent is set by the payload ("USER-AGENT").

  • '--block-code' (--block-code='403' --block-code='222') - option allows you to specify the HTTP status code to expect when the WAF is blocked. (default is 403). Multiple use is allowed.

  • '--threads' (--threads=15) - option allows to specify the number of parallel scan threads (default is 10).

  • '--timeout' (--timeout=10) - option allows to specify a request processing timeout in sec. (default is 30).

  • '--json-format' - an option that allows you to display the result of the work in JSON format (useful for integrating the tool with security platforms).

  • '--details' - display the False Positive and False Negative payloads. Not available in JSON format.

  • '--exclude-dir' - exclude the payload's directory (--exclude-dir='SQLi' --exclude-dir='XSS'). Multiple use is allowed.


Depending on the purpose, payloads are located in the appropriate folders:

  • FP - False Positive payloads
  • API - API testing payloads
  • CM - Custom HTTP Method payloads
  • GraphQL - GraphQL testing payloads
  • LDAP - LDAP Injection etc. payloads
  • LFI - Local File Include payloads
  • MFD - multipart/form-data payloads
  • NoSQLi - NoSQL injection payloads
  • OR - Open Redirect payloads
  • RCE - Remote Code Execution payloads
  • RFI - Remote File Inclusion payloads
  • SQLi - SQL injection payloads
  • SSI - Server-Side Includes payloads
  • SSRF - Server-side request forgery payloads
  • SSTI - Server-Side Template Injection payloads
  • UWA - Unwanted Access payloads
  • XSS - Cross-Site Scripting payloads

Write your own payloads

When compiling a payload, the following zones, method and options are used:

  • URL - request's path
  • ARGS - request's query
  • BODY - request's body
  • COOKIE - request's cookie
  • USER-AGENT - request's user-agent
  • REFERER - request's referer
  • HEADER - request's header
  • METHOD - request's method
  • BOUNDARY - specifies the contents of the request's boundary. Applicable only to payloads in the MFD directory.
  • ENCODE - specifies the type of payload encoding (Base64, HTML-ENTITY, UTF-16) in addition to the encoding for the payload. Multiple values are indicated with a space (e.g. Base64 UTF-16). Applicable only to for ARGS, BODY, COOKIE and HEADER zone. Not applicable to payloads in API and MFD directories. Not compatible with option JSON.
  • JSON - specifies that the request's body should be in JSON format
  • BLOCKED - specifies that the request should be blocked (FN testing) or not (FP)

Except for some cases described below, the zones are independent of each other and are tested separately (those if 2 zones are specified - the script will send 2 requests - alternately checking one and the second zone).

For the zones you can use %RND% suffix, which allows you to generate an arbitrary string of 6 letters and numbers. (e.g.: param%RND=my_payload or param=%RND% OR A%RND%B)

You can create your own payloads, to do this, create your own folder on the '/payload/' folder, or place the payload in an existing one (e.g.: '/payload/XSS'). Allowed data format is JSON.

API directory

API testing payloads located in this directory are automatically appended with a header 'Content-Type: application/json'.

MFD directory

For MFD (multipart/form-data) payloads located in this directory, you must specify the BODY (required) and BOUNDARY (optional). If BOUNDARY is not set, it will be generated automatically (in this case, only the payload must be specified for the BODY, without additional data ('... Content-Disposition: form-data; ...').

If a BOUNDARY is specified, then the content of the BODY must be formatted in accordance with the RFC, but this allows for multiple payloads in BODY a separated by BOUNDARY.

Other zones are allowed in this directory (e.g.: URL, ARGS etc.). Regardless of the zone, header 'Content-Type: multipart/form-data; boundary=...' will be added to all requests.