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If i understood everything, i think that you have two scenarios (or more!) Scenario 1 You could create a script that keeps checking for the new (encrypted) keys. Whenever it spots a new one (detected through hashing?), it would download them and set everything up for the build. If made with python, it would be less than 30 lines, maybe even under 20. Obs ...


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In most cases the hacker has whatever scripting language he/she prefers on their own system. They use that scripting language to build their custom attacks to exploit a vulnerability in a remote exposed service. You may be under the impression that the hacker uses python/perl to install their program on a remote host. This indicates that the hacker already ...


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Not every attack requires running Perl/Python scripts on your machine. Exploiting buffer overflows, SQL injection via a network interface and others have no requirement for Perl/Python. Using those languages can make creation and delivery of the payload much easier Yes, an attacker could install their own interpreter. Depending upon the level of compromise ...



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