Covenant the .NET based C2 on Kali Linux There are many Command and Control Frameworks for Pentesters and Red Teamers to use. Covenant is a nice .NET based C2 environment that works great on Kali Linux. In this article we will cover installing and the very basic usage of Covenant. When using Covenant, you first create “listeners”. These listen for incoming connections from “launchers”. Next, you create “launchers”, or basically, the exploit payloads. When the launchers are run on a target system, they connect back to Covenant as “Grunts”. Lastly, you control the Grunts by interacting with them and running “Tasks”. Covenant uses SharpSploit for the Tasks. SharpSploit is basically a .NET exploitation library written in C#, that is similar to the PowerSploit project. Use 64 bit Kali only, the install errors out on 32 bit Kali Installing Covenant Tool Author: Ryan Cobb Tool Website: https://github.com/cobbr/Covenant Install and usage of....
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