To convert certificate that is in .pfx to base64 format in PowerShell, you can use .NET namespace available in PowerShell to convert. I had a scenario where I was required to use base64 encoding to upload certificate to Azure to secure communication to backend instance. Since Microsoft Azure provides rich API to work with. I was able to make a patch request and push certificate to Azure. In ... Following Scenario: Your targets computer is unlocked and you're alone, but you didn't prepare a payload or a backdoor file. Is there any way to connect the targets computer to mine using the command prompt?
Aug 19, 2013 · Hey, I created a script that will create a reverse meterpreter connection all in memory using powershell. This is the same attack that SET uses with the teensy board, so I thought I would bring it over to the ducky. Sep 21, 2019 · Base64 1.0.6. Functions to convert text to base64 and reverse. Minimum PowerShell version. 2.0. Installation Options. Install Module Azure Automation Manual Download ... Converting Base64 to Images (solved) Welcome › Forums › General PowerShell Q&A › Converting Base64 to Images (solved) This topic has 0 replies, 1 voice, and was last updated 3 years ago by Gary .
Jun 13, 2018 · This is the second part in my series on Finding and Decoding Malicious PowerShell Scripts. My first blog post walked through how to find malicious PowerShell scripts in the System event log, and the various steps to decode them. In this post, I wanted to discuss another location where malicious PowerShell scripts might be hiding - the Registry. Aug 27, 2012 · PowerShell Script: Encrypting / Decrypting A String – Function Encrypt-String By: Brenton BlawatThe encryption and decryption of strings is essential when creating an enterprise product that has clear text passwords.
Aug 19, 2013 · Hey, I created a script that will create a reverse meterpreter connection all in memory using powershell. This is the same attack that SET uses with the teensy board, so I thought I would bring it over to the ducky. May 14, 2015 · Welcome to the Day 4 of Week of PowerShell Shells. The Shell which we are going to discuss today is much different from the ones we have dicussed previously. Today, we will discuss a shell which utilizes WMI (Read more about WMI here).
Jun 13, 2018 · This is the second part in my series on Finding and Decoding Malicious PowerShell Scripts. My first blog post walked through how to find malicious PowerShell scripts in the System event log, and the various steps to decode them. In this post, I wanted to discuss another location where malicious PowerShell scripts might be hiding - the Registry. Lately, I’ve been seeing a new type of PowerShell-based attack that has an interesting twist on the standard Base64 Encoded PowerShell attack. In this attack, it adds an additional level of obfuscation by Base64 Encoding a PowerShell script in a Gzip file: Here is the complete command line for the malware payload.
The 3 Second Reverse Shell with a USB Rubber Ducky. In this tutorial we’ll be setting up a Reverse Shell payload on the USB Rubber Ducky that’ll execute in just 3 seconds. A reverse shell is a type of shell where the victim computer calls back to an attacker’s computer. The attacking computer typically listens on a specific port. This is similar to the type of code that Meterpreter uses to set up a reverse shell. The above PowerShell code was pretty easy to decode, however, it's usually more involved. Next up is another example - this time its just "regular" base64. Note again the %COMSPEC% variable and reference to powershell.exe:
Reverse shell installed using auto-play feature Skilled intruder with private physical access can defeat all installed security mechanisms and install reverse shells Insider installing reverse shells Social Engineering someone into installing the reverse shell program Users executing e-mail attachments that install the reverse shell program Sep 19, 2015 · Use base64 for Images in WPF-based PowerShell Forms Posted on September 19, 2015 by Chrissy LeMaire — 5 Comments ↓ I’m currently building a notification module to let me know when VMware vCenter alerts go off in my home lab. Use domains if possible For powershell the convertion in B64 must be done in unicode (see below)