Wednesday, October 22, 2014
The WebShell is intended to give those who do not have telnet access, a way of
issuing commands in realtime, just like telnet does. Any command that you can type in at
the telnet prompt can be entered in the WebShell.
For example, on a Unix machine, you could use:
ls = list all files
cd = change directory
Once you download the script, simply edit the location of where your cgi-bin
directory is and temporary storage directory, chmod the script to 755 and you're ready to go! If you have
permission, you can chmod the script to 7755 which will run it under your username.
NOTE: This script can be very dangerous if kept on your server unwatched. Once you are finished using
it to install any type of software, you should remove it from your cgi-bin directory.
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- T. White
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