Saturday, 24 September 2016


Using netcat-

Download a version of Netcat for your system.

There are many versions of Netcat for all Windows OSs. Also, Netcat
was originally developed for the Unix system and is available in many Linux distributions, including BackTrack and Kali Linux.

Netcat needs to run on both a client and the server. 
The server side of the connection in enabled by the -l attribute and is used to create a listener port.

For example, use the following command to enable the Netcat listener on the server:

nc -L -p 123 -t -e cmd.exe

On the Netcat client, run the following command to connect to the Netcat listener on the server:

nc <ip address of the server> <listening port on the server>

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