- Bypasses Security Systems(IPS, WAFs,etc) like Suhosin(uses up to 20 php functions just to get a command executed).
- Drops CGI Shells and communicate with them to bypass Security Systems.
- Uses the SSH Authorized Keys method to bypass Security Systems.
- Uses Shellshock in 2 methods to bypass Security Systems.
- Is completely Post Based and uses a XOR Encryption based on a random
key that gets generated with every new session + private base64
functions to bypass Security Systems.
- Supports Windows and Linux.
- Finds a writeable and readable directory and moves there if it’s a
web directory; DAws will output everything in that found directory.
- Drops a php.ini and a .htaccess file that clears all disablers incase “suphp” was installed.
- Has an advanced File Manager.
- Everything is done automatically so there’s nothing for the user to worry about.
- Open Source.
- and much more (check the source for more information; everything is well commented)
The shell now checks if it can CHMOD a directory(by comparing the values of the directory and the current process’s owners) instead of just skipping one that doens’t meat the requirements when looking for “DAws’s directory”.
You can now “Wipe” a file instead of just Deleting it which makes it mostly impossible to get it recovered. DAws will simply replace the old file bytes with null ones, this isn’t a very good “wiper” but it gets the job done pretty well.
Added File Owner and User’s Group to the File Manager. Having this information is needed and should’ve been here since the beginning because the permissions makes no sense without it and I kept pushing this update because it’s not “that” important since DAws checks everything for you but again, who cares? It’s here now, enjoy lol.
You can now execute Python, Perl and Ruby code on Windows.