Arms-Commander ~ Speedy and No-Mistakes Penetration Testing tools.

Arms-Commander ~ Speedy and No-Mistakes Penetration Testing tools.

Arms-Commander is a Malware Suite/Menu designed for “Speedy and No-Mistakes Penetration Testing”, written in Python 2.7.13 and tested on Kali Linux 4.6, originally intended to only perform the Reconnaissance and Enumeration Stages (it’s role is dramatically expanded now). Requires Python 2.7 + Pip + Termcolor Module. All code is entirely free to be used in your own projects. To install, you can either run the “autoInstallLinux.sh” script after “chmod 777” first, OR you can manually create the /root/ArmsCommander directory, copy everything in there, and then type “python /root/ArmsCommander/ArmsCommander.py”

Arms-Commander

Installing Dependencies:
– This will ensure that your version of Python is at least 2.7.13 and that Pip and Termcolor Modules are installed
– Unzip the Arms-Commander.zip file Navigate to directory type “chmod 777 dependencyInstall.sh” type “./dependencyInstall.sh”

DISCLAIMER:
This is tested in Kali Linux ONLY #For Ubuntu and other Debian Derivatives, a lot of commands that AC runs will not work in the first place because it requires System-Level Root #For example, Metasploit requires root permissions or else you would get vague errors (try typing “route -n” as a regular user, and then as Root)

Usage:

Source: https://github.com/tanc7