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Re: Checking out backdoor shells
From: Kai <kai () rhynn net>
Date: Sat, 19 May 2012 01:01:01 +0400

 Dear Mr. MustLive#2,

 hello and welcome to the full-disclosure mailing list.

 Faithfully yours

 On Fri, 18 May 2012 15:50:04 -0500, Adam Behnke wrote:
A backdoor shell can be a PHP, ASP, JSP, etc. piece of code which can 
uploaded on a site to gain or retain access and some privileges on a
website. Once uploaded, it allows the attacker to execute commands 
the shell_exec () function, upload/delete/modify/download files from 
the web
server, and many more. For defacers, it allows them to navigate 
easily to
the directory of the public_html or /var/www and modify the index of 



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