Bind Shells and Reverse Shells with netcat

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  1. Example says:

    Hello, you forget to put the listener Port (5555) in the command for the target ncat in the reverse shell example.

  2. Ludwig says:

    Can I use a reverse shell if im not on the same network as the victim? Can I use my public IP instead?

  1. December 30, 2019

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