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Old 02-06-2008, 05:05 AM   #1
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A more secure alternative to http reverse, matahari


matahari
http://matahari.sourceforge.net/

Is there a more secured alternative than matahari ?
Is that secured ?
 
Old 02-06-2008, 12:08 PM   #2
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What is it exactly that you are trying to accomplish ?

That might be a better route that will 'X application' work best ? best for what ?
 
Old 02-06-2008, 02:22 PM   #3
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What is it exactly that you are trying to accomplish ?

That might be a better route that will 'X application' work best ? best for what ?
actually, this: designed to provide a basic non-interactive shell on remote systems behind firewalls. It is intended for use by system administrators who may need some emergency backdoor to access a firewalled machine. bAll traffic between target and master machine is made through HTTP GET/POST requests and their corresponding responses, traversing firewall as standard outgoing web traffic. Optional IDS-evasion techniques can be used in special scenarios where backdoor should remain totally undetected by firewall administrators.

but with some security somehow. port 80 to 80.
or 8080 to 8080, I dont like it that much the open listening port, and I am wondering how it could work without a third intermediate PC.
between the 2 firewalled machines.

machine1 firewall - pc intermediate - firewall2machine2
 
Old 02-06-2008, 03:25 PM   #4
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For remote access I usually setup a VPN of some sort, then SSH through the VPN.

something like ssl explorer would even work. but I still don't quite get the non-interactive shell thing.

ssl explorer could be your intermediate machine.
 
Old 02-06-2008, 03:48 PM   #5
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For remote access I usually setup a VPN of some sort, then SSH through the VPN.

something like ssl explorer would even work. but I still don't quite get the non-interactive shell thing.

ssl explorer could be your intermediate machine.
look nice, but it is like open ssh listening on port 80 ? no?
i still try to understand the vids ... http://www.sshtools.com/products/ssl...ork_Places.htm

I heard too that some could reverse the ssh on port 80, but not good for robot attacks.

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it's an ssl vpn so it would listen on port 443 (https)
 
  


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