Backdoors are convenient to leave behind once you’ve already found a way into a server, and they can come in handy for a variety of reasons. They’re good for developers who want a quick way into machines they’re working on, or for systems administrators who want similar access. Of course, backdoors are also a hacker’s best friend, and can be added in a variety of ways. One good tool for doing this is Weevely, which uses a snippet of PHP code.

Weevely will create a terminal on the target server and allow for remote code actions via a small footprint PHP agent. It includes more than 30 modules… more


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