Use Cases September 19, 2016

Remote Access: Webshells

A WebShell is a piece of code or a script running on a server that enables remote administration. While often used for legitimate administration purposes, it is also a favorite tactic used by malicious actors in order to gain remote control of internet-facing web servers. Once interaction with a WebShell is established, an attacker is free to act on any number of objectives such as service disruption, increasing foothold, and data exfiltration.

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