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# this is the rendering order of functions
shell:
label: Shell
description: |
It can be used to break out from restricted environments by spawning an
interactive system shell.
command:
label: Command
description: |
It can be used to break out from restricted environments by running
non-interactive system commands.
reverse-shell:
label: Reverse shell
description: |
It can send back a reverse shell to a listening attacker to open a remote
network access.
non-interactive-reverse-shell:
label: Non-interactive reverse shell
description: |
It can send back a non-interactive reverse shell to a listening attacker to
open a remote network access.
bind-shell:
label: Bind shell
description: |
It can bind a shell to a local port to allow remote network access.
non-interactive-bind-shell:
label: Non-interactive bind shell
description: |
It can bind a non-interactive shell to a local port to allow remote network
access.
file-upload:
label: File upload
description: |
It can exfiltrate files on the network.
file-download:
label: File download
description: |
It can download remote files.
file-write:
label: File write
description: |
It writes data to files, it may be used to do privileged writes or write
files outside a restricted file system.
file-read:
label: File read
description: |
It reads data from files, it may be used to do privileged reads or disclose
files outside a restricted file system.
library-load:
label: Library load
description: |
It loads shared libraries that may be used to run code in the binary
execution context.
suid:
label: SUID
description: |
It runs with the SUID bit set and may be exploited to access the file
system, escalate or maintain access with elevated privileges working as a
SUID backdoor. If it is used to run `sh -p`, omit the `-p` argument on systems
like Debian that allow the default `sh` shell to run with SUID privileges.
sudo:
label: Sudo
description: |
It runs in privileged context and may be used to access the file system,
escalate or maintain access with elevated privileges if enabled on `sudo`.
capabilities:
label: Capabilities
description: |
It can manipulate its process UID and can be used on Linux as a backdoor to maintain
elevated privileges with the `CAP_SETUID` capability set. This also works when executed
by another binary with the capability set.
limited-suid:
label: Limited SUID
description: |
It runs with the SUID bit set and may be exploited to access the file
system, escalate or maintain access with elevated privileges working as a
SUID backdoor. If it is used to run commands it only works on systems
like Debian that allow the default `sh` shell to run with SUID privileges.
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