Wednesday, 17 April 2013

How to get fresh and updated UDP/TCP shells.
So yesterday I released a shell booter and obviously, everyone wants shells now.
In this tutorial, I will be teaching you my method of getting public but fresh shells for free.

First of all, these shells are no where near as strong as private shells.
Either shell out a few bucks (see wut i did thar? ^^) to get your hands on private shells or just use these public shells and deal with the fact that they suck.

There's no trick to this, really. It's just a matter of searching in the right place.

When I'm in need of shells with no buck to spare, I use
That's right, Pastebin.
Try it out yourself. Just head over to and search for "Shells", "TCP Shells" or "UDP Shells" to find out what I'm talking about.
By the way, ALWAYS look for dumps that are recent.
 You're not going to find working shells from lists dumped five years back, use a bit of common sense.

I found a boatload of shells, what now?
Now, you're going to have to sort them out into working and non-working ones.
For this, you can use an app called "ShellChecker".
I did not create this application, I found it on my HDD and it seems to be doing its job well.
I also scanned it with MalwareBytes: Anti-malware and as far as I know, it's clean.

I've got working shells with me, how do I use them?
Most booters, public and private come with shells already embeded in them. Meaning, you cannot add or use newer shells.
This however, is not the case with the shellbooter I have coded for iPentagram. It has the unique ability which enables users to add their own shells.

That's pretty much it.
I understand that public shells are close to worthless, but hey, if beggars can't be choosers.

- Arcane.cfg.

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