Hello and welcome to our second V-Day! We’re happy to push the Veil-Evasion 2.1.0 release to our master branch. As standard with any of our releases, we’d like to document for you exactly what has changed:
- New Payload – Joshua Pitts’ awesome tool The Backdoor Factory has been integrated into Veil. This tool has way more features to play around with than what we’re defaulted to- be sure to play around with it and check it out.
- Self-Contained Payload Update – Our previous release of the self-contained payloads used an older version of the metserv.dll and would crash if you did not use the correct version. This has since been updated and the latest dlls are now being used within the self-contained payloads.
- Re-added Update Functionality – Somewhere during our development project, we accidentally removed the capability to update Veil-Evasion directly within the tool. This functionality has been added back in (again). :)
- Note: To utilize the update functionality built into Veil to work, you will need to have cloned Veil from github because it requires the git information stored within the Veil directory to update. If you installed via apt, you can always do an apt-get update to get the latest version within the repositories.
- Validation to LHOST and LPORT – To help prevent any confusion on when to add the LHOST and LPORT value, we’ve expanded our validation checks to catch additional exceptions and provide feedback if entering either parameter at the wrong screen.
- Default msfvenom options – Default options for msfvenom, such as PrependMigrate, can now be specified in /etc/veil/settings.py