Exploit Pack is an advanced exploitation framework that includes all the zero-days from our lab and gives you access to more than 39.500+ public exploits, post-exploitation modules, utilities and state-of-the-art agents/shells that use the latest techniques to bypass every modern AV and EDR out there.
Exploit Pack's advanced features and bespoke customization options make it an indispensable asset for any security professional seeking to test their organization's digital infrastructure. The software is constantly updated and backed by a team of experienced developers and penetration testers, ensuring that it remains at the cutting-edge of the cybersecurity industry. Take full control of your target and remain under the radar, don't stop at simulation. We help penetration testers and cyber security professionals around the world achieve results no other tools can.
Exploit Pack has been designed by an experienced team of software developers and exploit writers to automate processes with the latest techniques so that security professionals can focus on what's really important:
Adapt your exploit code on the fly, take full control of your target, remain under the radar of the most modern sensors and detection rules. Mitigate and report your attack, then evolve, fix and improve your target.
After a successful exploitation, make use of our state-of-the-art agents, bypass all modern AVs and EDRs and then obtain persistence and exfiltrate data under the radar. Become silent with Exploit Pack.
Never get stuck, your freshly new license includes free technical support and consultation during your next project. Also, join our monthly online training for you and your team. We are here to help you achieve results and improve your pentesting capabilities.
"Penetration testing has a lot of repeating tasks, especially when doing similar assignments for clients. For this reason, tools like Exploit Pack help with automating repeating activities. This framework contains over 39.000 exploits, probably much more than one might ever need." - linuxsecurity.expert