Multi-client, multi-threaded reverse shell handler written in Node.js 🍯
hive in italian) lets you listen for incoming reverse connection, list them, handle and bind the sockets. It's an easy to use tool, useful to handle reverse shells and remote processes.
npm install -g alveare
How it works
Alveare is a tcp server with 2 listening ports. One used by the queen bees and the other by worker bees.
- Default usage, type:
- Connect to it as a queen bee:
telnet localhost 8869and type
- Wait for worker bees to join the hive...
You can spawn a netcat reverse-shell and increase the number of incoming connections (bees).
See alveare usage:
Usage: alveare [options] [command]Commands:help Display helpOptions:-H, --bee-host [value] Worker bees host to bind the listening server to (defaults to "0.0.0.0")-P, --bee-port <n> The port on which the hive will be listening for worker bees (defaults to 2389)-H, --help Output usage information-h, --queen-host [value] Queen bees host to bind the listening server to (defaults to "127.0.0.1")-p, --queen-port <n> The port on which the hive will be listening for queen bees (defaults to 8869)-v, --version Output the version number
Queen bee Commands
.help: display this message.
.list: list connected bees.
.bind <n>: bind to a bee and connect to his established socket.
.unbind: detach the connection from the selected worker bee.
.uptime: show hive uptime.
.credit: display info on the project.
.quit: close your connection.
.exit: tear down the whole beehive.
This reverse shell should only be used in the lawful, remote administration of authorized systems. Accessing a computer network without authorization or permission is illegal.
Rocco Musolino (@roccomuso)