I have a test machine running:
- Windows 7
- Symantec Endpoint Protection.
The firewall only allows access to Symantec Endpoint Protection via 127.0.0.1.
If I have gained a shell to the machine via windows/meterpreter/reverse_tcp.
And I have found a exploit to use against symantec, but the exploit is a remote one and only accepts RHOST and not SESSION.
Is there a way for my to provide a session instead of a remote IP for the exploit to work?