Creating malicious QR codes to hack phones and other devices



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    Welcome all.

    In this article, I would like to tell you about the creation of malicious QR codes that you often encounter in everyday life.

    Instruction
    Install QRGen
    First we need to download the repository from github.d42c4b5f-fb83-4228-9479-29bd2eacdc1b-image.png
    After downloading, change the directory with cd.

    cd / QRGen
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    Let's see the README.md file.

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    Now we need to install some of the requirements and libraries that are required for QRGen.

    pip3 install -r requirements.txt

    If this command does not work, there is another alternative. Python3 -m pip install -r requirements.txt

    Creating malicious QRCode from payload
    Now that we have installed QRGen, we will launch it to generate our example of malicious load.

    python3 qrgen.py
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    As you can see, generating a payload is easy.

    python3 qrgen.py -l 5
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    A series of QR codes will be generated, and the last one created will automatically open.

    cd genqr
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    Let's scan our QR code and see.e90c20f8-60e3-46a6-8394-f12e32f79ebb-image.png
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