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        • By calfv
          hello, i got a little knowledge of android rat. are there any exploits or any ways to hack by just sending them a link with including exploit in it? or can i buy them, if anyone sells them? it should work like rat and also if i use android rat apk. after installation it shows permanantly on notifcation. anyway can i disable it to not to show up in notification bar, after installation?please reply below,if you got something. Thank you.
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          TheDoctor says:
          This is an Android application, which runs a background service on boot to receive commands. Sounds simple, is simple.
          Features
          Background service, which is able to receive commands Service is running on boot C&C via E-Mail (And here we got the first point, which should get discussed… See below  Hidden Content
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          Give reaction to this post to see the hidden content. Remote Administration via Windows application (Should run under Linux with Mono too… Maybe someone here want to test it?) Commands
          At the moment I only included two POC commands to show how commands in generell can be added. Of course these ones are pretty boring, but you can easily extend the RAT with your one ones! And I’ll add more useful commands in the next days/weeks.
          Show a Toast Open a webpage Why do you use E-Mail for C&C?
          Mmh… I didn’t want to use Reverse TCP and have recently read about E-Mail C&C, which I wanted to try out. At the moment I’ve got no problems with this decision, but you should add FTP support, when you want to send files or big data back to your Server.
          XOR-encryption? Are you fuckin’ serious, man?
          Of course that’s not meant for real protection 
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          At the moment anyone can hijack the connection and send commands to our Client, who knows the Server’s Mail address (Password’s not needed; keyword is spoofing), the Client’s Mail address andthe XOR key! I don’t think you want anyone to send weird messages to your Girlfriend, after you infected her with the RAT, so I’ll fix this soon 
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          Here comes the newbie friendly guide on how to build an APK out of the source code, setup the required Mail addresses and use the Control Server for sending commands! I use Win10 64-Bit with Visual Studio 2015. Other OSs and IDEs couldwork, but are not supported! Ok, now after I’ve created a bad mood for the Linux and Mac users here, we can go further on 
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          Select now the Project file:

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          Now you only have to open the Globals file from the project Argus - RAT. Not Argus - RAT ~ Server!
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          Here’s the only place you have to edit. If you don’t know what you’re doing, don’t touch other files! It’s not needed.
           
          Ok, as you see you’ll need two Mail addresses, which you have to create on your own. As an example I use 
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          Give reaction to this post to see the hidden content. . Of course you can use Gmail too, but they always ask me for validation via phone call… Anyway, the important part is that you may have to allow POP & IMAP access to your account in the Mail settings of your provider! 
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          Give reaction to this post to see the hidden content. . Ok, after you’re done fill in your details in Globals.cs:
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          Sure that you’re ready? Then we come to the building process… First, change the mode to “Release”:

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          Yes, not that great stuff… As I said above, I’ve only added two POC commands, but I’ll explain later how you can add your very own functions! For now just click Add Client.

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          Server’s Mail address: The address you’ll use for the Server.
          Server’s Mail password: 
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          Commands.cs And you should add your own entry in the Form. That’s up to you, how you want to do it, so I don’t explain this step.
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          The only thing I have to explain is the String body = "Toast:" + text;. The "Toast:" is used to identify the command when it arrives at your client. Just change Toast with the name you’ve chosen fo your function and the arguments behind with the ones you need. If you got any questions feel free to ask me 
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          In the MainService.cs you just have to add an else if to the handleCommand() function. Example:
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          value is everything behind the colon.
          And now the setup is finished and you can start writing your own function! Open Commands.cs and add your Code. For example:
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          Vanilla Rat is a remote administration tool coded in C# for Windows. It is stable, simplistic, and designed for ease of use. Vanilla Rat uses the Telepathy TCP networking library, Costura.Fody DLL embedding library, and dnlib module reading and writing library.
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          Caesar is an HTTP-based RAT that allows you to remotely control devices directly from your browser.
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