ThreadBoat – Program Uses Thread Execution Hijacking To Inject Native Shell-code Into A Standard Win32 Application
Program uses Thread Hijacking to Inject Native Shellcode into a Standard Win32 Application.
I developed this small project to continue my experiences of different code injection methods and to allow RedTeam security professionals to utilize this method as a unique way to perform software penetration testing. With Thread hijacking, it allows the hijacker.exe program to susepend a thread within the target.exe program allowing us to write shellcode to that target thread, and later be executed (via; WriteProcessMemory(), SetThreadContext(), ResumeThread(), CreateThread()).
Example GIF (Credits To Endgame)
std::cout << "Token Privileges Adjustedn";
if (DWORD m_procId = incp.FindWin32ProcessId((PCHAR)m_win32ProcessName))
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- Windows Vista+
- Visual C++
This code was simply written to demonstrate an overlooked method to inject shellcode or a DLL into a Win32 program. This code is not to be used for malicous purposes. The author, Josh Schiavone, is not liable for misuse of this software. May God bless you all.