Breaking down Reverse shell commands

In pentesting assessments and CTFs we always need reverse shells to execute commands on target machine once we have exploited a system and have a command injection at some point in our engagement. For that we have an awesome project: or reverse-shell-generator where we have a ton of reverse shell payloads listed. This blog post tries to explain their working. Note: I’ll be breaking down all of them, but not all at once....

May 7, 2023 · 5 min · Aditya Telange
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