Tetanus – Mythic C2 Agent Targeting Linux And Windows Hosts Written In Rust

Tetanus is a Windows and Linux C2 agent written in rust. Installation To install Tetanus, you will need Mythic set up on a machine. In the Mythic root directory, use mythic-cli to install the agent. payload start tetanus”> sudo ./mythic-cli install github https://github.com/MythicAgents/tetanussudo ./mythic-cli payload start tetanus Tetanus supports the http C2 profile: sudo ./mythic-cliRead More

Rathole – A Lightweight, Stable And High-Performance Reverse Proxy For NAT Traversal, Written In Rust. An Alternative To Frp And Ngrok

A secure, stable and high-performance reverse proxy for NAT traversal, written in Rust rathole, like frp and ngrok, can help to expose the service on the device behind the NAT to the Internet, via a server with a public IP. Features High Performance Much higher throughput can be achieved than frp, and more stable whenRead More

OffensiveRust – Rust Weaponization For Red Team Engagements

My experiments in weaponizing Rust for implant development and general offensive operations. Why Rust? It is faster than languages like C/C++ It is multi-purpose language, bearing excellent communities It has an amazing inbuilt dependency build management called Cargo It is LLVM based which makes it a very good candidate for bypassing static AV detection SuperRead More

Link – A Command And Control Framework Written In Rust

link is a command and control framework written in rust. Currently in beta. Introduction link provides MacOS, Linux and Windows implants which may lack the necessary evasive tradecraft provided by other more mature command and control frameworks. Tested on Linux only. Features Hopefully this list expands for humans to actually want to use this: HTTPSRead More

LibAFL – Advanced Fuzzing Library – Slot Your Fuzzer Together In Rust! Scales Across Cores And Machines. For Windows, Android, MacOS, Linux, No_Std, …

Advanced Fuzzing Library – Slot your own fuzzers together and extend their features using Rust. LibAFL is written and maintained by Andrea Fioraldi [email protected] and Dominik Maier [email protected] Why LibAFL? LibAFL gives you many of the benefits of an off-the-shelf fuzzer, while being completely customizable. Some highlight features currently include: fast: We do everything weRead More

Stegbrute – Fast Steganography Bruteforce Tool Written In Rust Useful For CTF’s

stegbrute is a fast steganography brute force tool written in Rust using also threads to achieve a faster execution Dependencies Stegbrute cannot run without steghide!, to install steghide run : apt-get install -y steghide if you are not in a debian distribution you can download it from steghide website Installation stegbrute can be installed inRead More

Feroxbuster – A Fast, Simple, Recursive Content Discovery Tool Written In Rust

What the heck is a ferox anyway? Ferox is short for Ferric Oxide. Ferric Oxide, simply put, is rust. The name rustbuster was taken, so I decided on a variation. What’s it do tho? feroxbuster is a tool designed to perform Forced Browsing. Forced browsing is an attack where the aim is to enumerate andRead More