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I have tried numerous scenarios such as:
1. Middle proxy servers (more than 3 different web proxy software)
2. A single proxy server
3. No proxy server
4. Over the internet and locally (get the same error)
5. Tested with different service packs (WinXP SP1, SP3, Win7)
6. Tested with IE6, unpatched.
7. Tested with different user accounts and group policies.
8. Tested in Symantec and McAfee Endpoint protection (none marked it as a
9. Tested without any AV protection or Firewall-IPS.
When I run the payload (for example the "exe" file in an unprotected PC - no
AV, no IPS) I got the its name on the task manager just for a while and then
HoweverI don't see any instance of iexplorer.exe running.
On Wed, Mar 2, 2011 at 5:35 PM, HD Moore <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On 2/28/2011 6:13 AM, JOhn Mistikopoulos wrote:
> > And then, the listener stops giving any other info.
> > I went to the victim PC and realized that the payload exe had already
> > I couldn't see it on the task manager.
> > Concurrently, I had been running wireshark.
> > The two last packets were:
> > 1. Victim => Listener (RST, ACK)
> > 2. Listener => Victim (FIN, ACK)
> > Finally I don't get any connections.
> > Does anyone know how to fix this?
> Is there any network proxy/filter between the target and yourself? Is
> the target running an endpoint protection product or HIPS? Is the target
> process a user-process (IE) or a system process (assuming IE/user-land)?
> The reverse_https payload is finicky based on the WinInet profile of the
> user running the code.