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README.md

Marauder

A .NET agent for Faction

Marauder is an extendable agent for the Faction C2 Framework. It leverages Faction .NET modules to easily add features and functionality when you need them.

Using Marauder

For the most part, Marauder is straight forward implementation of a Faction agent. This means that common commands work as expected.

One thing that is unique to Marauder is its tasks system. Using the tasks command will show you any tasks currently running in your Marauder agent. If you'd like to kill a task, use tasks /kill:[task id]

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