• Version 1.0.0
  • Download 719
  • File Size 2.06 MB
  • Create Date November 22, 2019

Why Exploit PDF is the best choice in the market

Exploit PDF is a vulnerability that allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code. It works on weaker versions of Adobe Reader DC.

You can easily convert your .exe files to PDF using our Python builder. The builder we provide is FUD and it works quietly. This means that the user only needs to interact with the infected PDF file. As a result, the .exe file will run on the background.

Our Exploit PDF does not use any macros and this feature completely silences our product. In addition, we have coded our Exploit Builder in such a way as to keep the detection ratio as small as possible.

PDF Exploit

Product Description

  • Silent PDF Exploit
  • Embedded and also Download and Executable feature is available
  • Encrypt your file before using the builder Exploit PDF
  • After encryption make sure your file WORKS
  • Our product works for any Email: Gmail/Hotmail/Yahoo/Webmail and also supports all kinds of Browsers …
  • Our product works for any HACKING tool and it is undetectable by all antivirus systems.
  • Our product is hard coded and also anti-reverse engineering.

Exploit PDF VS PDF Security

PDF protection is about protecting user information and property from any kind of attack. Its main purpose is to ensure that information is efficient and available to its intended users.

One major drawback of PDF is the import of related files with the use of Java Script. However, the user can stop such exploits by stopping the execution of the script.

In an effort to reduce exploitation attacks, Adobe Systems made significant changes. Some changes are adding auto-update features and protected modes. In addition, a secure sandbox to display PDF files and prevent external malware calls. In addition, ROP and stolen digital certificates have played a significant role in recent exploits.

In addition, there are actions that can help the user protect themselves. Such actions are updating Adobe Reader or Acrobat to the latest version, enabling auto-updates, disabling JavaScript or simply using other PDF readers. Last but not least, educating users about the risks of attacks from PDF files.

Despite all these efforts, with our experience and our skills we will continue to explore and exploit vulnerable places. Finally, we are proud to claim that our Exploit PDF will remove the barriers and prove itself more worthy in the hands of our satisfied customers.