Emulating netcat -e (netcat-traditional or netcat-openbsd) with the gnu-netcat

mkfifo foo ; nc -lk 2600 0<foo | /bin/bash 1>foo
Then just nc servername 2600 and ./script.sh kill the client with ctrl+c. You can reconnect several times. kill the server with exit

By: bugmenot
2012-07-29 00:33:41

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Kaitlyn · 30 weeks and 2 days ago

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