How a malware can download a remote payload and execute malicious code…in one line?

This post on arno0x0x‘s blog is awesome: an accurate analysis of some ‘one-line commands’ that can be used on a windows system in order to download a malicious payload and execute it. The examples are developed using several script languages, it works in memory with a minimal disk footprint and are “proxy aware”, so can…

Share files from command line with transfer.sh: a simple cheatsheet

Transfer.sh is a website that helps users to share files from the command-line an efficient way. It won’t required any additional software to work except cURL. If your linux distribution doesn’t have cUrl (unlikely!), you can install it with sudo apt install curl The service is free and allows users to upload files up to…