Week 3 – Netcat

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{loadposition adposition5}Overview

Netcat – is a program which can both read and write to tcp/udp ports and can be used to open communication channels with remote clients across network firewalls. and effectively transfer data or send commands across networks. When Netcat is used on a network host to bind a command prompt to a listening port, it can then be transferred to a connecting host creating a "bind shell" or a "reverse bind shell" thus providing an outsider with a remote command shell.

Week 3 Assignment

Using BackTrack and Netcat create a "bind shell" and a "reverse bind shell" with your assigned XP-Pro lab client. Save screenshots of your successful shells and post them to the Forum.

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Author: Dan

Dan teaches computer networking and security classes at Central Oregon Community College.

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