Python Reverse Shell Tutorial – 4 – Client to Server Connection

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11 responses to “Python Reverse Shell Tutorial – 4 – Client to Server Connection”

  1. Luke Spademan Avatar

    PUT YOUR PHONE ON SILENT -rant over

  2. Andrei Tricolici Avatar

    I have a problem, when i use 'dir' in client output it shows all folders,files… but in server output where is a part of it, not all, can u help me ?
    Like not all information is sending to me.
    So sometimes, i have to write 'dir' 2 or 3 times to get all folders,files…
    please help !))
    If i try to switch on another DISK: "cd F:" – i do that, but after that i get this problem…

  3. KARTIK JADHAV Avatar

    what if I am using linux OS such as mint .. what should I use instead of dir

  4. Manawydan Avatar

    Bucky, shouldn't line 14 be: if data.decode("utf-8") == 'cd' or data[:3].decode("utf-8") == 'cd ': so that commands like "cda" or "cdx" are ignored? The way you implemented it everything starting with "cd" is treated as change directory. Cheers, mate.

  5. RandomRobinnnn Avatar

    what could i import to this code to make it keep trying to connect to the server. For if the server isn't listening yet?

  6. Cory Stroud Avatar

    Refusing connection winerror 10061

  7. Gerardo Herrera Avatar

    I'm texting you? xD

  8. Vinster Avatar

    1million subs, 400 views.
    RIP thenewboston

  9. munja619 Avatar

    how did u go from a go kart to a hacker

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