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  • #33889
    Avatarrjyoung2000
    Participant

    The github site you show for Empire says it is no longer supported. i cloned it anyway, ran the install but when i type ./empire i get an error that dont make any sense. there was a second git for empire-gui but not sure how to install this – looks complex..help!

    #33963
    AvatarZaid Sabih
    Moderator

    Yep that’s right, but it still works, the creators are just not supporting it anymore.
    Did you run the installer first as shown in the course?
    If yes did it give you any errors?
    And can I see a screenshot of the error you’re getting now?

    #33978
    Avatarrjyoung2000
    Participant

    I did run the installer as directed in the class and there were no errors during the install. I don’t see how to add a screenshot here (it was easier using your classes on Udemy!)
    From what I see it looks like something is screwy in the code?
    Here’s what I get when I enter ./empire

    File “./empire”, line 35
    print ‘[*] Fresh start in docker, running reset.sh for you’

    SyntaxError: Missing parentheses in call to ‘print’. Did you mean print(‘[*] Fresh start in docker, running reset.sh for you’)?

    #34055
    AvatarZaid Sabih
    Moderator

    Which version of Kali are you using?
    And you can just upload screenshots using any file upload service like
    https://imgbb.com/

    #34185
    Avatarrjyoung2000
    Participant

    Kali Linux 2020.2

    here is the screenshot – again looks like the code itself got messed up?

    https://ibb.co/qgGnsKH

    #34242
    Vashisht BoodhunVashisht Boodhun
    Moderator

    Can you try using the custom kali image that zaid made to be used in this course?

    #34264
    Avatarrjyoung2000
    Participant

    I installed empire in the kali image and now get an error saying there is no module M2Crypto. I found M2Crypto on GitHub and cloned it into the /opt but still when I run empire I get errors…..it wasn’t clear how to install M2Crypto

    here is the screenshot — https://ibb.co/b5gj8xF

    #34294
    Vashisht BoodhunVashisht Boodhun
    Moderator

    Please update the repo, then install the M2Crypto Python module:

    apt-get update

    pip install M2Crypto

    #34343
    Avatarrjyoung2000
    Participant

    won’t install M2Crypto using pip. got errors during install saying it couldn’t build m2crypto wheel?

    screenshot: https://ibb.co/RY5Ypm9

    #34492
    Vashisht BoodhunVashisht Boodhun
    Moderator

    Make sure that your sources are correct, so do

    leafpad /etc/apt/sources.list

    Remove everything and past the following lines:

    deb http://http.kali.org/kali kali-rolling main contrib non-free
    deb-src http://http.kali.org/kali kali-rolling main non-free contrib

    Save and quit then do

    apt-get update
    apt-get install pip
    apt-get update –fix-missing
    apt autoremove

    Please don’t hesitate to contact if you need anything else.

    #34562
    Avatarrjyoung2000
    Participant

    followed your advice – didn’t do anything. Empire still not working M2Crypto still an issue….

    #34579
    Vashisht BoodhunVashisht Boodhun
    Moderator

    Did you try installing m2crypto again after my last advice?

    #34716
    Avatarrjyoung2000
    Participant

    YEP TRIED SEVERAL TIMES, INSTALL, UNINSTALL, INSTALL IN DIFFERENT KALI IMAGE. STILL EMPIRE DOESNT WORK.

    #34956
    AvatarZaid Sabih
    Moderator

    Sorry you’re struggling with this, please just make sure you have the latest custom Kali 2020, run the installer as shown in the course, and then lets install the following libraries manually:

    1. Download the needed packages from the following links

    http://ftp.us.debian.org/debian/pool/main/m/m2crypto/python-m2crypto_0.31.0-4_i386.deb

    http://ftp.us.debian.org/debian/pool/main/p/python-typing/python-typing_3.6.6-1_all.deb

    2. Navigate to the location where they are downloaded (probably downloads).

    cd Downloads

    3. Install the downloaded packages in the following order

    dpkg -i python-typing_3.6.6-1_all.deb

    dpkg -i python-m2crypto_0.31.0-4_i386.deb

    I just tried this myself and it worked on the custom Kali 2020.

    #35029
    Avatarrjyoung2000
    Participant

    still problems! getting an error running the second file…..

    https://ibb.co/1d5Qrsk

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