Shell Checker : A Free and Powerful Tool for Shell Testing
If you are a hacker or a pentester, you probably know the importance of having good shells to execute commands on remote servers. Shells are scripts or programs that allow you to interact with a system through a command-line interface, such as bash or cmd. Shells can be uploaded to a server through various methods, such as file upload vulnerabilities, SQL injection, remote file inclusion, etc.
However, not all shells are created equal. Some shells may be detected by antivirus software, some may have limited functionality, some may be corrupted or broken, and some may be backdoored by other hackers. Therefore, it is essential to test your shells before using them in a real attack scenario.
But how can you test your shells quickly and easily? One way is to use Shell Checker , a free and powerful tool that can check your shells for various properties and features. Shell Checker  can help you to:
Verify if your shells are working or not
Determine the type of shell (PHP, ASP, JSP, etc.)
Identify the operating system and web server of the target
Find out the permissions and privileges of the shell user
Test common commands and functions of the shell
Scan your shells for backdoors and malware
In this article, we will show you how to download and use Shell Checker  to test your shells in minutes.
Step 1: Download Shell Checker 
To download Shell Checker , you will need to visit the official website of the tool at https://shell-checker.com/. Once you are there, you will see a simple interface with a button that says \"Download Now\". Click on it to start the download process.
The file size of Shell Checker  is about 3 MB. It is a portable executable file that does not require installation. You can run it on any Windows system without any dependencies or requirements.
Step 2: Run Shell Checker 
Once the download is complete, you can run Shell Checker  by double-clicking on the file. You will see a window that says \"Welcome to Shell Checker \". Click on \"Next\" to continue.
You will then see a window that asks you to enter your license key. If you don't have one, you can click on \"Get Free License\" to obtain one for free. You will need to enter your name and email address, and then click on \"Send\". You will receive an email with your license key shortly.
Copy and paste your license key into the window and click on \"Next\". You will then see a window that says \"Shell Checker  is ready to use\". Click on \"Finish\" to launch the tool.
Step 3: Test Your Shells
To test your shells with Shell Checker , you will need to have a list of shell URLs in a text file. Each URL should be on a separate line, and should include the protocol (http or https) and the full path to the shell script or program. For example:
You can also add parameters or passwords to your shell URLs if needed. For example:
Once you have your list of shell URLs ready, you can load it into Shell Checker  by clicking on the \"Load List\" button at the top left corner of the tool. You will see a window that asks you to select your text file. Browse to the location where you saved your file and click on \"Open\". You will see your shell URLs loaded into the tool.
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