i have a short question. Following scenario:
remote-windows-box(listening 3389 and my netcat rshell) <-> firewall(outbound: every, inbound: 80) <-> my-linux-box(inbound:1337) <-> my-windows-box
i have reverse-shell access to this remote windows box< using a reverse netcat (-e cmd.exe). now i am trying to redirect the port 3389 back from the
remote-windows-box to the linux-box through the firewall, where also a netcat listener should redirect the traffic, so that i can connect to it per rdp-client from my-windows-box.
unfortunatly i dont get it working using pipes on the windows systems and so on. so, how can i redirect back the traffic from 3389 of the target box to my linux-box, which will
also redirect the incoming traffic on port 1337, so that i can connect to it per rdp-client.
can someone give me a hint?
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Nmapping Through Firewall With Port Redirection
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