I created a payload with msfvenom and installed it on Android smartphone, but after a reboot or long time without use, it stops working, because the OS kills the process.

Is there any way to associate it with any permanent service? I saw that in newer versions of Android this is only possible with a notification bar, which for me would not be a problem, after all is for my personal use and is not "hidden" but I need some help regarding the persistence of the backdoor.

  • (yeahhub.com/…) Doesnt this work? – Vipul Nair Jul 25 '19 at 7:16
  • @VipulNair Unfortunately not, after rebooting the script stops executing and the payload dies – Lucas Jul 25 '19 at 15:21

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