Many pen testers know how to create a reverse backdoor shell with Netcat. But, what do you do if you have a Netcat that doesn't support the —e or —c options to run a shell? And, what if your target doesn't support /dev/tcp? In this article, I'll show you a nifty little work-around using some command-line kung fu with shell redirects.
Netcat is one of the must have digital tools. Learn it. Use it. Be happy.