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Fwd: winAUTOPWN v3.2 Released
Dec 04 2012 04:33PM
QUAKER DOOMER (quakerdoomer inbox lv)
This is to announce release of winAUTOPWN version 3.3
winAUTOPWN is an auto (hacking) shell gaining tool. It can also be used to test IDS, IPS and other monitoring
sensors/softwares.Autohack your targets - even if you have consumed and holding a bottle of 'ABSOLUT' in one
hand and absolute ease (winAUTOPWN) in the other.
The improved GUI extension - WINAUTOPWN ACTIVE SYSTEMS TRANSGRESSOR GUI [ C4 - WAST ] is a
Systems and Network Exploitation Framework built on the famous winAUTOPWN as a backend.
C4 - WAST gives users the freedom to select individual exploits and use them.
This version includes exploits updated till (including) Nov 2012 and a few older ones as well.
This version also has a few internal changes and bug fixes.
A complete list of all Exploits in winAUTOPWN is available inside MISC\CHANGELOG.TXT
A complete list of User Interface changes is available in MISC\UI_CHANGES.TXT
BSDAUTOPWN has been compiled, like always for various flavours. BSDAUTOPWN is now at version 2.2
The file bsd_install.sh can set chmod on all applicable BSD compiled binaries.
WINAUTOPWN requires PERL,PHP,PYTHON,RUBY and its dependencies alongwith a few others too for smooth
working of exploits included in it.
A complete Document explaining : How to use winAUTOPWN/bsdAUTOPWN, How to add your own exploits using
WELF (winAUTOPWN Exploit Loading Framework), other advanced command-line options and everything else
related to WINDOWS AUTOPWN is available at the Downloads Section.
It is also available online at:
WINDOWS AUTOPWN - [ C4 - WAST ]
Crafted by : Azim Poonawala (QUAKERDOOMER)
winAUTOPWN and bsdAUTOPWN are available at http://winautopwn.co.nr
Alternative location: http://www.c-4.in/winautopwn
Author's website : http://solidmecca.co.nr
Blog : http://my.opera.com/quakerdoomer
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