An Undetectable Payload Generation. This tool is for educational purposes only, usage of Kaiten for attacking targets without prior mutual consent is illegal. Developers assume no liability and are not responsible for any misuse or damage caused by this program. What is it and why was it made? We intentionally made it for our penetration testing jobs and for learning purposes. Our Kaiten c2 now moved onto a better source. And antivirus is dumb. Source: https://www.shadowlabs.cc/kaiten Requirements MingW (64 & 32) GCC OSSLSIGNCODE Features Undetectable Payload Generation Stealth FUD Payload Self Signing Certificate Random Junk code Affected Devices and Operating Systems Windows Android (soon) Mac/Linux Diagrams (also it's cool hehe) More: https://github.com/shadowlabscc/Kaiten
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