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Laika - Cross-platform RAT, written in Modern C


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Laika is a simple cross-platform Remote Access Toolkit stack for educational purposes. It allows encrypted communication across a custom binary protocol. The bot client supports both Windows & Linux environments, while the shell & CNC server specifically target Linux environments. Laika is meant to be small and discreet, Laika believes in hiding in plain sight.

Some notable features thus far:

    Lightweight, the bot alone is 183kb (MinSizeRel) and uses very little resources minimizing Laika's footprint.
    Authentication & packet encryption using LibSodium and a predetermined public CNC key. (generated with bin/genKey)
    Server and Shell configuration through .ini files.
    Ability to open shells remotely on the victim's machine.
    Persistence across reboot: (toggled with -DLAIKA_PERSISTENCE=On)
        Persistence via Cron on Linux-based systems.
        Persistence via Windows Registry.
    Uses obfuscation techniques also seen in the wild (string obfuscation, tiny VMs executing sensitive operations, etc.)
    Simple configuration using CMake:
        Setting keypairs (-DLAIKA_PUBKEY=? -DLAIKA_PRIVKEY=?, etc.)
        Obfuscation modes

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