Here I show you a useful way to use The Social Engineering Toolkit (SET) v4.0.4 in Backtrack 5 to make a backdoor that is easily packaged with a regular EXE. Avast did not detect a thing, and an online scan ran over 15 AVs on it and only a couple detected a threat. None of these were AVG, Norton, Trend, McAfee, Kaspersky, etc. Using this method will also make it easy to perform “getsystem” with Meterpreter to get NT AUTHORITY. I used the x86 poSershell (Powershell) code and it works on both 32 and 64-bit versions of Windows Vista and 7.
I tried to see if anyone else had any videos on this method and I couldn’t find anything so I thought I’d share it with you. And from my testing, this has to be one of the best ways to create a backdoor for win Vista and 7. Even if Im sandboxed I can do some damage. Here are some links to the extra tools you will need.
ResHack (for yanking icon resources from an exe, this tool does other great stuff too BTW)
Bat_to_exe(for making our exe and packaging everything just right for us)