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 LUCY comes with three tools that will access the windows command shell and enable you to execute commands: LUCY comes with three tools that will access the windows command shell and enable you to execute commands:
  
-  * **ConsolePost**:​ Enables you to automatically execute one or multiple commands within the windows ​shell on the target computer and send back the output to LUCY. +  * **ConsolePost**:​ Enables you to automatically execute one or multiple commands within the Windows ​shell on the target computer and send back the output to LUCY. 
  
   * **ConsoleOutlook**:​ Execute commands and send the output back via Outlook (access Outlook hidden via MAPI) to a predefined email address. It also has the ability as a PoC to send back the subject line from last received email in Outlook.   * **ConsoleOutlook**:​ Execute commands and send the output back via Outlook (access Outlook hidden via MAPI) to a predefined email address. It also has the ability as a PoC to send back the subject line from last received email in Outlook.
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-In the commercial edition there are no limitations. Commercial editions allow any command to be executed using this syntax:+In the commercial editionthere are no limitations. Commercial editions allow any command to be executed using this syntax:
  
-cmd.exe /c "YOUR COMMAND GOES HERE" (some commands in Windows are not executable. They are built into the command line. Example of command with executable: whoami. If you need to use a command which is a built in command line, then you should call cmd directly. Example ​for requesting the directory content: “cmd /c dir”).+cmd.exe /c "YOUR COMMAND GOES HERE" (some commands in Windows are not executable. They are built into the command line. Example of command with executable: whoami. If you need to use a command which is a built-in command line, then you should call cmd directly. Example ​of requesting the directory content: “cmd /c dir”).
  
 So, for example, standard cmd.exe commands are accessible like: So, for example, standard cmd.exe commands are accessible like:
commands_that_can_be_executed_in_file_based_malware_simulations.1467095184.txt.gz · Last modified: 2016/06/28 08:26 by lucy