I'm pentesting a server infrastructure, and I already got in as an unprivileged user. I can run commands but some commands don't work, due to the nature of the reverse shell.
Using netstat I can see a server admin webapp running in a port that the firewall is blocking me out.
I want to leverage the fact that I'm running user space commands inside the server to create some way for my browser, running in my desktop, to connect to the admin app running in the blocked port.
In a way it's kind of a reverse shell, but a reverse shell that can then be used by the browser as a sort of socks proxy or something like that.
Is this even possible? What other ways you can think off? My goal is to connect to the blocked port. I can download files into the server into /tmp and execute them from there. The server is running ubuntu 14.04.5 LTS, if that matters.