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Re: How to get a reverse Shell / VNC from a writable directory on a remote web server.
From: "Maarten Hartsuijker" <subscriptions () hartsuijker com>
Date: Sat, 6 Aug 2005 12:09:11 +0200

HI Astrixs,

This kind of depends. Are you able to upload scripts to this directory? Are the directories in the executable paths of of the webserver? If you are able to upload PhP/AsP to the directory, and the engine is willing to execute from these directories, you could simply upload the required binaries, write a small asp/php page that runs your binary, and request the page from your webbrowser....

Maarten

----- Original Message ----- From: "AsTriXs" <astrixs () gmail com>
To: <pen-test () securityfocus com>
Sent: Friday, August 05, 2005 1:02 PM
Subject: How to get a reverse Shell / VNC from a writable directory on a remote web server.


Hi,

I have found a few writable directories on a remote web server on
which I am doing a Pen-Test.
How do I setup a reversell of a VNC from this stage?
What tools can I use?
Does Metasploit provide an option?
What would be the procedure to achieve the same?

Thanks,

--
[AsTriXs]

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