One-line shellocode(s)

This article shows some examples of shellcodes in python (shellcode in this case means backdoors): reverse and “direct” tcp backdoor opened through python.

http://www.pentestit.com/source-code-python-line-shellcode/

In my experience, working with SunOS or hardened RHEL/SEL, it is difficult to find a working installation of python/perl/ruby (that’s impossible!!)

This is why i developed those backdoor (wsh and jbd) completely in Java… I always find Java in any environment (any = 95%)

 

Another “old but useful” is bash-reverse-shell-in-2-lines; it works :D

http://www.gnucitizen.org/blog/reverse-shell-with-bash/

 

 

Do anyone know other “quick-and-dirty” ways to open backdoors [apart from nc]?

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