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Blackhat Toolkit?

Discussion in 'Visual Basic 6' started by goawayplease, Jan 20, 2010.

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Wanna build a community blackhat tool kit?

Poll closed Jan 30, 2010.
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  3. Eh, maybe. I'm lazy

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  1. goawayplease

    goawayplease Regular Member

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    Hello all!

    I just wanted to gauge the interest on a community code project.

    I'm thinking some kind of blackhat toolkit, developed in VB6 with modules created by the users and uploaded here.

    Imagine if you will a framework for things like view spoofing, trackback/comment spam, pinging, account creation, link scraping where each tool is a module that can be downloaded and plugged in.

    Maybe uploaded as a VB Form and Bas file, so people could compile their own tools.

    It would serve two purposes; put some tools out there for everybody, and help newer blackhats learn a thing or two about dev.

    Thoughts?
     
  2. websicosys

    websicosys Newbie

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    I'd be interested in something like this, as well as developing for something like this, however I do not think that VB6 is the right language for this. I think it may be easier to use a VB.Net/C# setup.

    VB6 is relatively outdated, and there are so many different ways to do the same thing in VB6. My vote is for a unified .Net plugin system.
     
  3. dynander

    dynander Regular Member

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    It's a good idea, but as @websicosys I vote for C#

    We can design a plugin architecture by using interfaces and IoC.

    I would love to help
     
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  4. websicosys

    websicosys Newbie

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    Yeah, one of the great things about the .Net framework is we can setup one app that will execute plugins via System.Reflection, that way all the other coders can create plugins with any .Net language (C++,C#,VB,IronPython, etc..)
     
  5. richjerkoff

    richjerkoff Junior Member

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    I used to do a lot of VB6 coding but I let it slide when I started on the internet marketing stuff. I would love to learn how to use it for doing blackhat stuff and bots, but in NET.
     
  6. divinci

    divinci Junior Member

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    Vote for C#...

    What about a invitation only SVN anyone? I have a pretty good SOCKS library I wouldnt mind sharing... and a CWebBroswer class that is pretty nifty xx
     
  7. seosniper

    seosniper Newbie

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    Ye, think this is a great idea, i wouldn't mind getting in on the act.
     
  8. divinci

    divinci Junior Member

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    Well I have thought of two useful interfaces!

    namespace SeoApi
    {
    using System;
    using Business;
    public interface Node
    {
    Guid Guid { get; }
    Professional Owner { get; }
    }
    }

    namespace SeoApi.Business
    {
    using System;
    using System.Net;
    public interface Professional
    {
    IPHostEntry CommunicationPoint { get; set; }
    }
    }
     
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  9. pebisnistangguh

    pebisnistangguh Newbie

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    VB6 would be great do u have a blog about it?
     
  10. Scritty

    Scritty Elite Member Premium Member

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    VB 2008 is a great tool for writing bots, or adding functionality to other tools. I mean it's incredibly simple.

    Anyone with any knowledge of programming could be making decent tools inside a week.

    Learning a programming app is one of the best investments in time you can make. YOu stop being so reliant on 3rd party tools, you can implement your own ideas.

    These days many (VB included) have browsers built in, and a quick scan of the net will find you tons of usable code to help you (so you don't waste time re-inventing the wheel)

    Seriously - if you did a bit of programming at school or wherever, then 30-40 hours investment in a decent language - learning how to manipulate code and web pages or whatever - will prove invaluable.

    Scritty
     
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