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Stompy – Timestomp Tool To Flatten MAC Times With A Specific Timestamp

A PowerShell function to perform timestomping on specified files and directories. The function can modify timestamps recursively for all files in a directory.

  • Change timestamps for individual files or directories.
  • Recursively apply timestamps to all files in a directory.
  • Option to use specific credentials for remote paths or privileged files.

I’ve ported Stompy to C#, Python and Go and the relevant versions are linked in this repo with their own readme.

Usage

  • -Path: The path to the file or directory whose timestamps you wish to modify.
  • -NewTimestamp: The new DateTime value you wish to set for the file or directory.
  • -Credentials: (Optional) If you need to specify a different user’s credentials.
  • -Recurse: (Switch) If specified, apply the timestamp recursively to all files in the given directory.

Usage Examples

Specify the -Recurse switch to apply timestamps recursively:

  1. Change the timestamp of an individual file:
Invoke-Stompy -Path "C:\path\to\file.txt" -NewTimestamp "01/01/2023 12:00:00 AM"
  1. Recursively change timestamps for all files in a directory:
Invoke-Stompy -Path "C:\path\to\file.txt" -NewTimestamp "01/01/2023 12:00:00 AM" -Recurse 
  1. Use specific credentials:
Demo:

Source : KitPloit – PenTest Tools!

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