Reverse SSH Tunnel

Reverse SSH Tunnel + Port Forwarding

What’s goin’ on guys? Today I made a short video talking about Reverse SSH Tunneling and how I connected my local SSH server to my Raspberry Pi 3 using mobile data (AT&T SIM card) as a client. The procedure is very simple (a single ssh command per machine) but there is some details to understand, […]

Python Backdoor – Multiple Clients

What’s good? This time we’re building up on our code to support multiple clients, allowing our server to choose at any given time a client to interact with. No doubt this was the next logical step in the series, with still a few heavy hitters out there — persistence, logging, etc. Let’s get busy on […]

Python Backdoor – AES Encrypted Traffic

What’s up! Today, we’re gonna be picking up where we left off last time in “Programming a Custom Backdoor in Python“, so I hope you have read that before reading this or you will be pretty lost. LOL In a nutshell, we programmed a ~10 line of code reverse shell using Python’s socket and subprocess […]