There are a ton of different reverse shell methods you need to know for different environments. Windows, Linux, using PHP, Python, Powershell, encoded in base64, URL-encoded, the list of variations never end. I have been keeping a stack of cheat sheets to organize all the methods. Even with cheat sheets, building the right reverse shells took too much time. That changed when I discovered this great Reverse Shell Generator tool!
This open-source project makes managing and building reverse shells quick and easy! Generating reverse shells for a unique scenario is no longer a chore. You simply browse to the web page and select the setting to fit your needs.
The Reverse Shell Generator tool can be run locally on a web server by downloading the source from the GitHub Page. Alternatively, the tool is publicly available for anyone at revshells.com.