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Configuring a Reverse Proxy for C2 Forwarding

Concealing Your Attacking Infrastructure

Hello, World! Setting up a reverse proxy in front of your C2 infrastructure backend helps protect the identity of your attacking servers and prevents them from being blacklisted by potential security solutions we might encounter during a pentest. In this blog, I am going to show you how to configure a basic C2 reverse…

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Alexis Rodriguez

Alexis Rodriguez

I am a Pentester who writes about Cybersecurity and anything related to technology.

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