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Posted on 18-12-07 04:39
Here's a small collection of shells. Enjoy.


Included shells:
accept_language.txt
Ajax_PHP Command Shell.txt
Antichat Shell v1.3.txt
Ayyildiz Tim -AYT- Shell v 2.1 Biz.txt
aZRaiLPhp v1.0.txt
backupsql.txt
c99.txt
c99_madnet.txt
c99_PSych0.php
c99_w4cking.txt
Crystal.txt
ctt_sh.txt
cybershell.txt
dC3 Security Crew Shell PRiV.txt
Dive Shell 1.0 - Emperor Hacking Team.txt
DTool Pro.txt
Dx.txt
GFS web-shell ver 3.1.7 - PRiV8.txt
gfs_sh.txt
h4ntu shell [powered by tsoi].txt
iMHaPFtp.txt
ironshell.txt
JspWebshell 1.2.txt
KAdot Universal Shell v0.1.6.txt
lamashell.txt
Liz0ziM Private Safe Mode Command Execuriton Bypass Exploit.txt
load_shell.txt
matamu.txt
Moroccan Spamers Ma-EditioN By GhOsT.txt
myshell.txt
Mysql interface v1.0.txt
MySQL Web Interface Version 0.8.txt
mysql.txt
mysql_tool.txt
NCC-Shell.txt
NetworkFileManagerPHP.txt
NIX REMOTE WEB-SHELL v.0.5 alpha Lite Public Version.txt
nshell.txt
nstview.txt
PH Vayv.txt
PHANTASMA.txt
PHP Shell.txt
php-backdoor.txt
php-include-w-shell.txt
pHpINJ.txt
PHPJackal.txt
PHPRemoteView.txt
Private-i3lue.txt
pws.txt
r57.txt
r57_iFX.txt
r57_kartal.txt
r57_Mohajer22.txt
rootshell.txt
ru24_post_sh.txt
s72 Shell v1.1 Coding.txt
Safe0ver Shell -Safe Mod Bypass By Evilc0der.txt
Safe_Mode Bypass PHP 4.4.2 and PHP 5.1.2.der.txt
SimAttacker - Vrsion 1.0.0 - priv8 4 My friend.txt
simple-backdoor.txt
simple_cmd.txt
SimShell 1.0 - Simorgh Security MGZ.txt
SnIpEr_SA Shell.txt
Uploader.txt
WinX Shell.txt
Worse Linux Shell.txt
zacosmall.txt


http://www.filefa. . .pc/ba314d/


Enjoy B)

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Posted on 18-12-07 05:26
interesting, may be of use someday... .tho i have a custom one i use


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Posted on 18-12-07 05:28
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interesting, may be of use someday... .tho i have a custom one i use



Ya, but there are some different ones in there like ones that are safe-mode compatible etc which is always useful Pfft Well RCE(remote command execution).

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Posted on 18-12-07 05:31
true... always good to have extra resources.. just incase.

not that any of us hack anything for real... that would be bad.


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Posted on 18-12-07 05:34
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true... always good to have extra resources.. just incase.

not that any of us hack anything for real... that would be bad.



Yeah but, to learn how one might use an RFI one could use it on their own server. With it they might discover how to secure their site for RFI outside of the code, for example

allow_url_include = off

^^With that off in php.ini, files over HTTP can't be included.

turning that off in php.ini etc. Back when I was learning I used it on my own server, and got a hands on lesson for securing your site for include exploits Smile

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Posted on 18-12-07 06:41
funny story...

the one i coded. i left it in a dir on my site... luckily a friend found it first. DOH, that was dumb of me. leaving a shell on my site. it was .php cuz i was testing it.


yea.... im a moron


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Posted on 18-12-07 08:00
Teh stealage http://www.southzones.com/forum/showthread.php?t=431



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Posted on 18-12-07 08:11
spy, you always seem to know plagrizm.... are you a teacher? or do you just index the web in your brain?


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Posted on 18-12-07 10:16
only_samurai wrote:
funny story...

the one i coded. i left it in a dir on my site... luckily a friend found it first. DOH, that was dumb of me. leaving a shell on my site. it was .php cuz i was testing it.


yea.... im a moron


awesome story, accidently installing a backdoor in your own site.
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Posted on 18-12-07 10:28
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spy, you always seem to know plagrizm.... are you a teacher? or do you just index the web in your brain?


I am no teacher. I just,


know.



img507.imageshack.us/img507/3580/spynewsig3il1.png
"The chowner of property." - Zeph
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Widespread intellectual and moral docility may be convenient for leaders in the short term,
but it is suicidal for nations in the long term.
- Carl Sagan
[center]�Since the grid is inescapable, what were the earlier lasers about? Does the corridor have a sense of humor?� - Ebert[/ce
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Posted on 18-12-07 14:35
hahahah. spyware, you are almost my hero..


ALMOST DAMNIT WIPE THAT SMUG LOOK OFF YOUR FACE


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Posted on 18-12-07 17:15
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ALMOST DAMNIT WIPE THAT SMUG LOOK OFF YOUR FACE


Teehee, sure, "ZeroCool".



img507.imageshack.us/img507/3580/spynewsig3il1.png
"The chowner of property." - Zeph
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Widespread intellectual and moral docility may be convenient for leaders in the short term,
but it is suicidal for nations in the long term.
- Carl Sagan
[center]�Since the grid is inescapable, what were the earlier lasers about? Does the corridor have a sense of humor?� - Ebert[/ce
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Posted on 19-12-07 22:01
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Teh stealage http://www.southzones.com/forum/showthread.php?t=431




When did I say it was MY collection of shells? In fact, if you look at the shells, it would tell you that I am taking no credit for any of them. I believe there are some that I had modded, for example I switched a lot of the remote command executions to use the system() command instead of passthru(). But, I took credit for nothing except raring them up. So go fuck yourself. Wink I think we need a forum where you can go to be a condescending whiny little prick. You'd fit perfect there.

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Posted on 19-12-07 22:42
Why thank you, now let me say something.

1) You rehosted the shell-collection
2) You didn't state any source

Thanks for sharing though, grrreeeeeeeeat find, really.



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Widespread intellectual and moral docility may be convenient for leaders in the short term,
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- Carl Sagan
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Posted on 19-12-07 23:13
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Why thank you, now let me say something.

1) You rehosted the shell-collection
2) You didn't state any source

Thanks for sharing though, grrreeeeeeeeat find, really.



Giving credit to the original uploader isn't giving credit at all. The original uploader/zipper also didn't code the shells I would imagine. So, I could give credit to the original hoster/seeder or w/e all day long, but anyone can zip up a collection of anything and that doesn't mean they deserve any credit. I put it here so that people can use it, not to hear people whine about how you can get it elsewhere. But if we all trolled the web for code like you do, I wouldn't have to make this post now would I? But so that there can be no bitches, the 'original' uploader is http://www.southzones.com/forum/showthread.php?t=431 kk? B)
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Posted on 19-12-07 23:22
You know, you are right.

Sorry I bitched, you are right about this. Excuse me again for my Nazi-behavior.

And thank you. Smile



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Widespread intellectual and moral docility may be convenient for leaders in the short term,
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Posted on 20-12-07 03:02
Ha. I d/l the shells collection and without thinking scanned it with Antivir. Talk about overwhelming the damn program... it started screaming like crazy.


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Ha. I d/l the shells collection and without thinking scanned it with Antivir. Talk about overwhelming the damn program... it started screaming like crazy.


It's because your antivirus is stupid. There's nothing malicious about those shells.
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Posted on 20-12-07 15:48
The shells are as malicious as a bunch of hammers.



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Widespread intellectual and moral docility may be convenient for leaders in the short term,
but it is suicidal for nations in the long term.
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Posted on 20-12-07 18:32
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Ha. I d/l the shells collection and without thinking scanned it with Antivir. Talk about overwhelming the damn program... it started screaming like crazy.


Haha, yeah lesser's right. I use Nod32 (64bit) and it said everything's hunky-dory...

Now, Norton... Don't even get me started!