Security

An introduction to Reverse Shells

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Niels van Nieuwenburg

In my last blog I gave you a small introduction into the term "Reverse Shell". I described it as: "A Reverse Shell is where your target machine creates a connection to your machine, after which you get a shell on the target machine in which you can execute system commands." It is similar to SSH, but without any encryption and the connection is created the other way around (from target to you, instead of you to the target).

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How an interactive shell can make your life easier after getting a Reverse Shell

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Niels van Nieuwenburg

At JCore, we follow a three year program to become senior developers. After following this program successfully, you will be promoted to the JDriven company. In the final year, we have a specialization in a topic of our choice. I chose to specialize myself further into security. I have been studying this topic for some time now, even contributing to the fast track courses as a security teacher. Until now, most of my time I spent on the defending side and now I want to take a look on "the other side". So my specialization is all about attack, also described as joining "The Red Team".

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