PHPSploit Full-Featured C2 Framework
PHPSploit Full-Featured C2 Framework

PHPSploit: Full-Featured C2 Framework

Full-featured C2 framework which silently persists on webserver via polymorphic PHP oneliner

The obfuscated communication is accomplished using HTTP headers under standard client requests and web server’s relative responses, tunneled through a tiny polymorphic backdoor:

PHPSploit Demo
PHPSploit Demo

Quick Start

git clone
cd phpsploit/
pip3 install -r requirements.txt
./phpsploit --interactive --eval "help help"


  • Efficient: More than 20 plugins to automate privilege-escalation tasks
    • Run commands and browse filesystem, bypassing PHP security restrictions
    • Upload/Download files between client and target
    • Edit remote files through local text editor
    • Run SQL console on target system
    • Spawn reverse TCP shells
  • Stealth: The framework is made by paranoids, for paranoids
    • Nearly invisible by log analysis and NIDS signature detection
    • Safe-mode and common PHP security restrictions bypass
    • Communications are hidden in HTTP Headers
    • Loaded payloads are obfuscated to bypass NIDS
    • http/https/socks4/socks5 Proxy support
  • Convenient: A robust interface with many crucial features
    • Detailed help for any option (help command)
    • Cross-platform on both client and server.
    • CLI supports auto-completion & multi-command
    • Session saving/loading feature & persistent history
    • Multi-request support for large payloads (such as uploads)
    • Provides a powerful, highly configurable settings engine
    • Each setting, such as user-agent has a polymorphic mode
    • Customisable environment variables for plugin interaction
    • Provides a complete plugin development API

Supported platforms (as attacker):

  • GNU/Linux
  • Mac OS X

Supported platforms (as target):

  • GNU/Linux
  • BSD-like
  • Mac OS X
  • Windows NT
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phpsploit (this link opens in a new window) by nil0x42 (this link opens in a new window)

Full-featured C2 framework which silently persists on webserver with a single-line PHP backdoor