What you would learn in Ethical Hacking: Reverse Shells course?
The reverse shell can be described as a shell whose principal function is to permit hackers to obtain remote access and control of a computer, usually for malicious reasons. This is accomplished by the attacker transferring commands through the reverse shell, which are then executed by the targeted machine. In many instances, a reverse shell can be used to circumvent protections like firewalls and others installed on a system or network. There are many ways to make reverse shells, but many of the most well-known techniques involve tools. In some instances, the attacker might be able to utilize built-in tools like ssh or telnet. The tool of choice will usually depend on what is accessible on the system targeted and what rights the attacker is granted.
After an attacker has created the reverse shell, they can start running instructions on the system as if they were at a keyboard. This gives them enormous flexibility and power in attacking or carrying out different tasks that require the computer.
After finishing this course, you can hack Windows or Linux computers completely and control their computers with reverse shells.
Hack Windows computers
Hack Linux computers
Create Malicious Executables
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