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January 12, 2023
11:00 am

Shell Shocked! The Visual Studio Hack You Should Know

What is a Reverse Shell? A shell where the victim's computer calls back to an attacker's computer, which is then able to execute commands on the victim's computer after receiving the connection. Ultimately... remote controlling the victim's computer through the internet.

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What is a Reverse Shell?

Tune in for ThreatLocker's "Shell Shocked: The Visual Studio Hack You Should Know”, where ThreatLocker's CEO and Co-Founder, Danny Jenkins, and VP of Operations: EMEA, Rob Allen, uncover and share the threat of the Reverse Shell, or “Connect-Back”, hacking method.

Watch this recording to:

  • Learn the fundamentals of what a Reverse Shell hacking is.
  • Witness how hackers can infiltrate your organization's database through Reverse Shells.
  • Discover the tools and techniques you should implement in your organization to prevent this from happening to you.

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