Thread Injection Kit. A notorious little attempt to create Windows CreateRemoteThread() equivalent on unix (*nix) platform.
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Jugaad Readme _____________ Project: Jugaad - Thread Injection Kit Version: 1.0 Author: Aseem Jakhar Organization: null - The open security community Websites: http://null.co.in http://nullcon.net Copyright (c) 2011-2021 Aseem Jakhar <aseemjakhar_at_gmail.com>. All rights reserved. A. Introduction _______________ Jugaad is an attempt to create CreateRemoteThread() equivalent for *nix platform. The current version supports only Linux operating system. For details on what is the methodology behind jugaad and how things work under the hood visit http://null.co.in/section/projects for a detailed paper. B. Howto ________ To use jugaad in a program all you need to do is compile the source. It creates libjugaad.a library which you can link in your programs. You need to include jugaad.h in your code. The function that provides this functionality is create_remote_thread() and is perhaps the only function required to be used.The header file jugaad.h also explains the create_remote_thread() function and it's parameters in detail. C. Compiling ____________ 1. In the jugaad directory run a. make lib This will create 'libjugaad.a' in the same directory. b. make This will also create two extra binaries 'testjugaad' and 'testproc'. testjugaad is a sample program that uses libjugaad. testproc is a very simple program that can be used as the victim process when testing the functionality. 2. The Makefile defaults to creating debug version of the library which has way too many printfs'. If you want to compile libjugaad for production, make sure you remove the CFLAGS '-DDEBUG' and '-g' in the Makefile. D. Next release _______________ 1. Add support for 64 bit systems. 2. Add support for other *nix platforms. 3. Add support for stealthy library injection. 4. Add support for remote process snooping. E. Contribution _______________ Feel free to send me an email (on aseemjakhar_at_gmail.com): 1. If you would like to contribute to jugaad project. 2. If you would like to contribute to the null community in any way.