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Re: Reverse Shell?



On (11/07/05 09:29), Jacob S wrote:
> Hello list,
> 
> Does anyone know of a way to do a reverse shell over ssh? Let me explain
> what I am trying to do.
> 
> I have a friend that I'm helping upgrade Debian on their desktop. This
> friend is not very computer literate - even in Windows. So they're
> having a problem that I need to troubleshoot, but they're behind a
> firewall so I can't ssh into their computer.
> 
> There are not currently any ports forwarded from the firewall to this
> computer and we do not have any access to the firewall to enable
> something like this, either. What I am hoping is that I can have them
> establish an ssh connection into my firewall with some software that
> would then allow me to get a shell on their computer.
> 
> I've noticed revsh[0] looks like it was designed for this, but I'm
> wondering whether anyone has experience with it or knows of something
> better. The only time I've heard of something like this being done was
> in a rootkit, so I'm hoping to find some trustworthy code that isn't
> likely to have a backdoor in it. (If such a thing is possible. :-)

A little knowledge is a dangerous thing ;) ..... but have you looked at
netcat?

Regards

Clive

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