Intersect Package Description

Intersect 2.5 is the second major release in the project line. This release is much different from the previous,
in that it gives the user complete control over which features the Intersect script includes and lets them easily
import their own features, among other new functionality.

This release focuses mainly on the individual modules(features) and the capability to generate your own customized
Intersect scripts. By using the application, the user is guided through a menu-driven process which allows
them to select which modules they would like to include, import their own custom modules and ultimately create an
Intersect script that is built around the specific modules they choose.

Intersect Homepage | Kali Intersect Repo

  • Author: ohdae
  • License: Other

Tools included in the intersect package

intersect – Intersect Post-exploitation framework

Post Exploitation Framework.

intersect Usage Example

root@kali:~# intersect

             ____  _  _  ____  ____  ____  ___  ____  ___  ____
            (_  _)( \( )(_  _)( ___)(  _ \/ __)( ___)/ __)(_  _)
             _)(_  )  (   )(   )__)  )   /\__ \ )__)( (__   )(  
            (____)(_)\_) (__) (____)(_)\_)(___/(____)\___) (__)
                         post-exploitation framework

Intersect 2.5 - Script Creation Utility
1 => Create Custom Script
2 => List Available Modules
3 => Load Plugin Module
4 => Exit Creation Utility

 =>  1

Intersect 2.0 - Script Generation Utility
---------- Create Custom Script -----------


Use the console below to create your custom
Intersect script. Type the modules you wish
to add, pressing [enter] after each module.
 => creds
 => network

When you have entered all your desired modules
into the queue, start the build process by typing :create.

** To view a full list of all available commands type :help.
The command :quit will return you to the main menu.

 =>  osuser
osuser added to queue.

 =>  network
network added to queue.

 =>  :create

[ Set Options ]
If any of these options don't apply to you, press [enter] to skip.
Enter a name for your Intersect script. The finished script will be placed in the Scripts directory. Do not include Python file extension.
 =>  kali
Script will be saved as /usr/share/intersect/Scripts/

Specify the directory on the target system where the gathered files and information will be saved to.
*Important* This should be a NEW directory. When exiting Intersect, this directory will be deleted if it contains no files.
If you skip this option, the default (/tmp/lift+$randomstring) will be used.
temp directory  =>  /tmp/intersect
enable logging  =>  
bind port  =>  4444
[+] bind port saved.
remote host  =>
[+] remote host saved.
remote port  =>  4444
[+] remote port saved.
proxy port  =>  
xor cipher key  =>  

[+] Your custom Intersect script has been created!
   Location: /usr/share/intersect/Scripts/