I need a fully Indetectable Remote Access Tool (with Source)
It requires the following features :
Connect Behind Routers
Run RAT without port forwarding (on most routers)
Control multiples (5-10) clients simultaneously
•Remote Client Information
Basic client info (IP, Name of the computer, name of the user, OS Version...)
Log off, Shutdown, Restart computer
•Remote server download
Download files and execute them.
Print to Default Printer
Download and Upload Locally, Execute, Delete File, Delete Folder, Make Folder, Rename, File Size
Search for any file or type on remote PC.
Get all keystrokes from remote PC.
FF 2,3 and 3.5+, IE7-8, Chrome, MSN (+Live Messenger), Trillian, IMVU, Pidgin, No-IP, DyDNS, FileZilla, Outlook (no drops or external references)
List all running processes with the ability to close selected.
List all services, Stop-Start Service, Disable-Manual-Autostart Service.
Control Opened Windows (Close, Hide, Minimize, Maximize, Restore, Default, No Active)
Watch Live Remote Desktop with ability to change Image Quality and resolution, Remote Control, Save capture video to file XVID, DIVX and many others)
Watch Live Remote WebCam (Save capture as video to file as XVID, DIVX and others)
List, Create, Edit, Delete registry keys
•Send to All
Download and run file from website to all clients, Upload and run file from your PC to all clients, Run a DDOS (small bot)
•Command Prompt Line
Manage remote cmd as your own.
•Client Geo Location
Save all POST data sent (IE 7-8+, Firefox 3 and 3.5+, Google Chrome)
Antis like Norman, Panda, Anubis, Sunbelt, JoeBox, Sandbox, Sanboxie, WireShark, SysAnalyzer, Threat Expert, Kaspersky, Symantec, Avira.
Bind files using the builder of the servers.
•Fully indetectable by all antivirus/firewall. (Scantime and Runtime) (Each build should be encrypted differently)
•Fully compatible on All Windows OS (NT,2000,XP,Vista,7) 32bits and 64 bits, without require libraries (such as .NET).
We could manage the servers using a HTTP Web panel (simple interface, all features except RDP/RWC), and a Desktop Application.