SHARE
AbsoluteZero : Python APT Backdoor

AbsoluteZero is a Python APT backdoor, optimised for Red Team Post Exploitation Tool, it can generate binary payload or pure python source.

The final stub uses polymorphic encryption to give a first obfuscation layer to itself.

Deployment

AbsoluteZero is a complete software written in Python 2.7 and works both on Windows and Linux platforms, in order to make it working you need to have Python 2.7 installed and then using ‘pip’ install the requirements.txt file.

Also Read – CommandoVM : A Fully Customizable Windows-Based Pentesting Virtual Machine Distribution

Remember that to compile binaries for Windows you have to run the entire software a Microsoft platform seen that pyinstaller doesn’t allow cross-platform compiling without using vine.

Make sure that Python installation folder is set on ‘C:/Python27’ to avoid binary compiling troubles.