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This change introduces basic tunnels (a la "ssh -L") to dnscat2! As usual, full details can be found in my blog post about it for gory details. :)
Feedback is extremely important to me! Please let me know what you think!
Where can I get it?
Here are some links:
- Sourcecode on github (HEAD sourcecode)
- Downloads (you'll find signed Linux 32-bit, Linux 64-bit, Win32, and source code versions of the client, plus an archive of the server-keep in mind that that signature file is hosted on the same server as the files, so if you're worried, please verify :) )
- User documentation
- Other documentation
- Issue tracker (you can also email me issues, just put my first name (ron) in front of my domain name (skullsecurity.net))
How can I help?
I'd love to hear from anybody who successfully or unsuccessfully tried to get things going. Anything from what you liked, what you didn't like, what was intuitive, what was unintuitive, where the documentation was awesome, where the documentation sucked, what you like about my face, what you hate about my face - anything at all! Seriously, if you get it working, email me - knowing that people are using it is awesome and motivates me to do more. :)
For feedback, my email address is my first name (ron) at my domain (skullsecurity.net). If you find any bugs or have any feature requests, the best place to go is my [https://github.com/iagox86/dnscat2/issues](Issue tracker).