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Python Botnet #1
Hello everyone I am trying to creat e a botnet and was wondering if you would sugest I make the CLI with Python, I know the basic skills and was wondering If this would be a language you would suggest. Any help would be appreciate Thank you very much

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RE: Python Botnet #2
Depends on the target I guess... what are you exactly trying to do (and please don't answer with "a botnet" lol), I mean more detail to your little project/lab

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RE: Python Botnet #3
what features are you looking to implement?

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RE: Python Botnet #4
Well I wrote it including Python because I know Python. I would like to spread a small piece of code to a large amount of computers. Most are on a Domain and Most are protected by A.V.

I would like to use the botnet for what everyone uses botnets for.

any suggestions??

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RE: Python Botnet #5
I'm not sure what your botnet is supposed to do, but anyways, this is an easy overview to create one:

what you need: irc channel / private channel

create an irc client
create some basic instruction commands like !off / !on / !xx / !yy
You might want to create some kind of automatic upgrader so you can upgrade your bots when/if needed. (highly recommended)
now this ircclient can get the intructions via IRC and execute whatever it needs to do on the local system.

~ difficult step ~
spread your software and connect it to autostartup programs (so it will connect to your irc channel everytime the computer is turned on)
depending on what you wan/needt to do you might have to aquire admin rights..
~~

then you can connect via any irc program and acces all your bots and control them. eg.
<master>: !testrecourses
<bot1>: received init command, loading resources.
<bot2>: received init command, loading resources.
<bot3>: received init command, resources failed! no admin rights.
<bot2>: received init command, loading resources.
<bot4>: received init command, loading resources.
<bot5>: received init command, loading resources.

<master>: !do create_account http;//website,com/register/
<bot1>: +OK. created user geogef:134zz67:lalala@guerrilamail.com
<bot2>: ERR. webpage not found.
<bot2>: +OK. created user ogggwf:g4f404:lalala@guerrilamail.com

etc etc..

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RE: Python Botnet #6
I'm not sure what your botnet is supposed to do, but anyways, this is an easy overview to create one:

what you need: irc channel / private channel

create an irc client
create some basic instruction commands like !off / !on / !xx / !yy
You might want to create some kind of automatic upgrader so you can upgrade your bots when/if needed. (highly recommended)
now this ircclient can get the intructions via IRC and execute whatever it needs to do on the local system.

~ difficult step ~
spread your software and connect it to autostartup programs (so it will connect to your irc channel everytime the computer is turned on)
depending on what you wan/needt to do you might have to aquire admin rights..
~~

then you can connect via any irc program and acces all your bots and control them. eg.
<master>: !testrecourses
<bot1>: received init command, loading resources.
<bot2>: received init command, loading resources.
<bot3>: received init command, resources failed! no admin rights.
<bot2>: received init command, loading resources.
<bot4>: received init command, loading resources.
<bot5>: received init command, loading resources.

<master>: !do create_account http;//website,com/register/
<bot1>: +OK. created user geogef:134zz67:lalala@guerrilamail.com
<bot2>: ERR. webpage not found.
<bot2>: +OK. created user ogggwf:g4f404:lalala@guerrilamail.com

etc etc..

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RE: Python Botnet #7
thanks for that overview. I need to look alot more into botnets. I really appreciate you giving me that information, any other suggestions or information that you could inform me of i would appreciate that.

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RE: Python Botnet #8
thanks for that overview. I need to look alot more into botnets. I really appreciate you giving me that information, any other suggestions or information that you could inform me of i would appreciate that.

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RE: Python Botnet #9
http://www.honeynet.org/book/export/html/50

This website has a pretty interesting read on botnets. They cover it mainly from the other side on how to trace/prevent/capture botnets. I think if you're thinking about creating one this is a mustread on security essentials to protect yourself.
they cover:
- the uses of botnets,
- what kind of botnets there are, (different programs/protocols),
- how to track one
- observing one (with some mention of taking over other botnets)
- some further research and common botnet commands.

Most Botnet programs and their forks are listed and explained. If you have 30-40 minutes I'd definitly check it out.

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RE: Python Botnet #10
http://www.honeynet.org/book/export/html/50

This website has a pretty interesting read on botnets. They cover it mainly from the other side on how to trace/prevent/capture botnets. I think if you're thinking about creating one this is a mustread on security essentials to protect yourself.
they cover:
- the uses of botnets,
- what kind of botnets there are, (different programs/protocols),
- how to track one
- observing one (with some mention of taking over other botnets)
- some further research and common botnet commands.

Most Botnet programs and their forks are listed and explained. If you have 30-40 minutes I'd definitly check it out.

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