APRE 1_0 details

  • Description

    from the doc: '^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ APRE v1.0By ~LOM~This Application should only explicitly be used on authorized networks. Its a tool used for easy port routing of applications that dont have LAN Support.Shoutoutz to : EES Teams, Sleaze, Spydar, Astrealz, Slipk, xMs, GSEPP, LOKI, And anyone i might have forgotten :)^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^APRE - Advanced Port Redirection Engine:----------------------------------------APRE is a basic bridge between a client and server. It acts as an inbetweener so you can connect things like Optix Pro to people who have an ip address like . This is how APRE works* The Apre_server is installed remotely along with a server of your choice (OP/Net Devil)* The Apre_server then connects backwards to the apre_client to form a connection 'bridge'* You then connect your client (eg OP client) to the Apre_client which in turns connects to the Apre_server which in turn connects to your serverOrder of Events :APRE Client <--- APRE ServerYour Client ---> APRE Client <--- APRE ServerYour Client ---> APRE Client <--- APRE Server ---> Your Server{Your Client ---> APRE Client <--- APRE Server ---> Your Server} = Repeats for each socket.The arrows specify the direction in which the connection is happening.In the meantime the APRE engine detects multiple sockets trying to establish, and orderly connects them.* You can bundle APRE with a RAT and 'hope' its functional, OR you can upload a Lan/fwb uploader first and then run the apre_server with parameters like the following : Parameter Descriptions For Server---------------------------------*server.exe* = The path to the server= your net ip (not local)= The port on your computer that will be opened to communicate reversely.{remote port} = Optional param (if not inputted, the remote port will be the local port too!){IP Address} = Optional param (if not inputted, will connect to you want to open multiple ports - you can seperate the port with ; for example( *server.exe* <55;4056;321;45> <435;3456;45;34> ) <-- this will correspond port 55 locally to 435 remotely( *server.exe* <55;4056;321;45> ) <-- port 55 will be the params both locally and remotelyIts important you dont leave a trailing ; on the port! the actual syntax isn't error checked therefore its very sensitive.Parameter Descriptions For Client---------------------------------*client.exe* = the path to your client{hide client} '-h'= ports to open locally( *client.exe* )( *client.exe* <55;4056;321;45> )eg*client.exe* {-h} = hide the client*client.exe* = show the client and auto add ports=============================================================================================Usage Standard Port redirection Walk Through With Params :----------------------------------------------------------Step 1.) Open Client.exeStep 2.) Enter port NumberStep 3.) Upload Server.exe to remote computerStep 4.) Run the server with Parameters (as follows)( *server.exe* {remote port} {IP Address} {Inject To App} )key---* = Path to server.exe<> = Needed parameters{} = Optional Parameters (if not default setting is enabled)Step 5.) Look in Client and you should see "Initialisation Successful"Step 6.) Open your chosen client application for remote browsingStep 7.) Enter the details (or net ip if connecting from a foriegn Address) in your clientStep 8.) Enter Local Port as you have chosen in your clientStep 9.) Connect and wait for all sockets to officially establish!!! (could take several seconds)Step 10.) Use application as you would normally.Some applications use more than one port (it might not even be documented).EG. Optix Pro, Sub7, Bionet=============================================================================================~LOM~

  • Alias

    Advanced Port Redirection EngineBackdoor/Lapre.10.Server [Computer Associates]Win32/Lapre.10 trojan [Eset]

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