Handcrafting Linux Shellcode

Crafting your own shellcode requires getting muddy with low level programming. One does not simply write machine code from memory. This blog post is my attempt at providing a template and tutorial of the shellcode creation process for a 32-bit Linux machine. The first step we will take is to write the task we want … Read more Handcrafting Linux Shellcode

ELF Binary Disassembly

Let us take a tour through a disassembly dump of an ELF binary and see if we can reverse engineer it. The following output is a result of: mech@dev:$ gcc -o distut distut.c mech@dev:$ objdump -d distut|grep main push %ebp // 0x55 mov %esp,%ebp // 0x89 0xe5 sub $0x14,%esp // 0x83 0xec 0x14 movl $0x1,0xfffffff8(%ebp) … Read more ELF Binary Disassembly