Forum Thread: How to Set a Fixed Port for 'Ngrok'

I'm using ngrok for port forwarding for hacking an android device by meterpreter reverse tcp.

But the problem is that the ngrok's port always gets changed after a restart, and the payload becomes useless. I have to create a new payload everytime i start new ngrok session.

Can anyone tell me how to fixed a port in ngrok permanently,so i don't have to create new payload....

And also, if someone know how to make a presistence payload for android please tell me. It will be very helpful.
THANKS.....

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2 Responses

use Serveo instead of ngrok.
Serveo provides facility to request a specific port and also you can request specific subdomain

Thanks WHITE DEVIL i will try it...

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