I'm a uni student taking a course on cybersecurity and what I am attempting to do is solely for educational purposes and not malicious.
I used the eternalblue exploit to gain access to the victim's computer (a Windows Server 2008 R2 virtual machine). I uploaded a simple helloworld.exe program on their desktop. Now, I am trying to execute helloworld.exe on their computer using the two methods below.
meterpreter > execute -f helloworld.exe meterpreter > execute -f helloworld.exe -i meterpreter > execute -f helloworld.exe -i -H
meterpreter > shell . . . C:\users\username\desktop> start helloworld.exe
None of the above methods will run the helloworld program. I do not see the helloworld.exe running on the victim's computer task manager. But, sometimes the UI0detect.exe shows up and disappears in the task manager. The Interactive Services Detection window sometimes would show up as well.
Note that I am able to execute the helloworld.exe while on the target OS in the command prompt using
start helloworld.exe or in powershell using