Shellter VI [6.6] -Released-

Latest version of Shellter is now available to download.

As always, please take some time to read about the updates applied.

This release addresses a bug discussed here,  and it also adds some extra minor updates.

I didn’t  have much time to spend on testing, so if something breaks let me know…

If you like this project and you want me to keep supporting it, then please donate. It’s that simple. :0)

Thank you,
kyREcon

Command line ‘––reflective’ Bug

Howdy, …long time no see!

Someone was kind enough to report a bug in the command line parser that is triggered when processing the ‘––reflective <FunctionName>’  switch/<parameter>.
It seems that this bug was introduced around version 5.x, while applying some updates in the command line parser.
What this means for you, is that if you want to use a reflective dll as a payload, then you need to do this from manual mode or auto mode without using the command line, until the fix is applied.
What this means for me, is that I have to release an update whenever possible…,most probably somewhere around mid-to-end of September. ;0)

Cheers,
kyREcon

Shellter Pro -News-

Howdy,

As it  has been mentioned already, Shellter Pro is still something that it has not been abbandoned. In fact, today there was some extra work on it for testing a new feature while it’s being developped.

If you really like Shellter, and you want to see the Pro version coming up, then you should support this project with a small donation.
My aim is to also make Shellter Pro affordable for everyone. This means that the price will be really low, because this is the way it should be.

However, this still requires a lot of  extra personal time to be applied in this project. So, when you are out enjoying your beer, I need to skip that and dedicate my free time on it. This is not my full-time job.

You might think that your small donation won’t make any difference, but if everyone that uses Shellter gave a little, it would be more than enough to keep this going.

Your donations can, and will make a huge difference!

Cheers,
kyREcon