Are you ready for Exploit Pack?

Exploit Pack uses an advanced software-defined interface that supports rapid reconfiguration to adapt exploit codes to the constantly evolving threat environment. Our technologies allow you to rapidly tests and defend against hostile remote targets. We improve Exploit Pack almost every day and our development team is pretty good about keeping the code stable, but it is not bullet-proof. Thus, using the latest stable code is a safe and easy way to get access to the new features as they’re added.
Have check the documentation? https://juansacco.gitbooks.io/exploitpack/content/

Get an ISO or a VM with Exploit Pack already installed: Exploit Pack comes pre-installed in several Linux distributions, but our all time favorite is BlackArch, get it here: Get Black Arch with Exploit Pack


Quick installation notes:

Windows:
Download and install Java 8 from Oracle: Depending on your platform you have to choose between Windows Java SE Java 8 for 32 bits or Java 8 for 64 bits.

After you have installed Java 8 in your system, get Exploit Pack from the official site, uncompress it and double click on ExplotPack.jar, if that does not work, try from a console using this command: "java -jar ExploitPack.jar"

GNU/Linux:
Under any Linux distribution ( works on Kali, Ubuntu, Debian, etc. )that supports DEB packages like Ubuntu, Debian, Kali, etc. you can run the following commands to install Java 8 from Oracle's repository.

Copy and paste the following in a terminal window:
echo "deb http://ppa.launchpad.net/webupd8team/java/ubuntu trusty main" >> /etc/apt/sources.list
echo "deb-src http://ppa.launchpad.net/webupd8team/java/ubuntu precise main" >> /etc/apt/sources.list
sudo apt-key adv --keyserver keyserver.ubuntu.com --recv-keys EEA14886
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install oracle-java8-installer

After you have installed Java 8, get Exploit Pack trough GIT or download it from the official website. Execute the Jar file or run it from a terminal using the following command: "java -jar ExploitPack.jar".

Mac OSX:
Download and install Java 8 for OSX 32/64 bits from Oracle: OSX Java 8 32/64 bits
After you have Java 8 installed in your Mac, uncompress and double click ExploitPack.jar to run it or from a console execute the following commands: "java -jar ExploitPack.jar"

Known issues:
  • Using Exploit Pack could produce addiction.
  • Prolonged periods of time using this tool could produce network mayhem or even dead.
  • In case of intoxication ( using Exploit Pack under Windows ) please call your doctor immediately.

  • License:

    Exploit Pack is GPLv3 compatible

    We believe in open source, and Exploit Pack is no exception, it is licensed under GPLv3 and a copy of the license is attached in the source code.

    Get/Update Exploit Pack using GIT

    Keep your release up-to-date and synchronize

    After you install git in your desired platform, windows, osx, linux then you can simply run the following commands:

    To get Exploit Pack:
    $ git clone https://github.com/juansacco/exploitpack.git

    To update to the latest release:
    Navigate into Exploit Pack folder and run this command
    $ git pull

    Do you want to get involved?

    Documentation for developers

    Please check our javadocs included under the folder with that name, also check our online guide, pdfs and the information all over the internet about this tool, feel free to make comments, integrate with our community and have fun!

    Report bugs or share your ideas

    Did you found any bug on Exploit Pack or maybe you have a great idea for a new feature? Let us know.
    Check the issues tab on Github and contribute: https://github.com/juansacco/exploitpack/issues