Ever wonder how people are compromised
through a Microsoft Word document? Wanting more information on how to launch
these types of attacks successfully? Part 3 dives deep into malicious Word
documents and how to weaponize them for your own needs!
This guide will teach you how to compromise
people through a malicious Microsoft Word document in order to infect them with
your malware, ransomware, etc.
This guide is part three of a multi-part
hacking guide series that is meant for people who wish to learn how to
compromise people through a malicious Word document with the current hacking
techniques used today. This guide is original content and is over 100 pages
with pictures and screenshots.
If you don't know who I am, please refer to
my Dread post:
Since I enjoy writing and have been a
journalist, activist, hacktivist, turned cyber criminal for numbers of years
I've opted into creating high quality guides for the people who can afford
them. I'll share my knowledge for anyone who is able to put some money on the
table to get up to date hacking information. At the time of this writing this
has only been sold to a few but now I'd like to open it up to the many. I can't
sell my book at Waterstones so here we are.
This guide is good for:
- Soon to be Hackers
- Wanting to learn how to send a malicious
- More information on how to compromise
Topics that you will learn:
- The technicalities of a malicious Word
- How to create a malicious Word document
- Anti-Virus evasion
- How to weaponize a Word document
You'll learn from real world examples and
hacker history. All hacking methods are up to date and currently working on the
latest Kali release.
This guide isn’t for everyone and is not
designed to hold your hand all the way through. It does include resources,
articles, and links that you should read, understand, and be able to apply the
knowledge learned in order to be successful and to maximize this guide.
These guides are designed to fill that
"void" as a beginner hacker or future cybercriminal while learning
your new found skills (using a RAT, deploying ransomware, adware, phishing,