In this post we will analyse linux/x86/meterpreter/bind_tcp shellcode. If you haven’t read the part I, you can start from there:

Shellcode is basically a list of carefully crafted instructions that can be executed once the code is injected into a running application. Stack and heap-based buffer overflows are the most popular way of doing so.

I would recommend that you should do through the basics of shellcoding and MSFvenom before diving head first in this post. For the basics of shellcoding, I would recommend you go through the below mentioned blogs to catch up quickly.

TL;DR

Since we live in the era of widespread attention and time deficiency, here’s the summarised version of this entire…


In this post we will analyse linux/x86/meterpreter/reverse_tcp shellcode. If you haven’t read the part I, you can start from there:

Shellcode is basically a list of carefully crafted instructions that can be executed once the code is injected into a running application. Stack and heap-based buffer overflows are the most popular way of doing so.

I would recommend that you should do through the basics of shellcoding and MSFvenom before diving head first in this post. For the basics of shellcoding, I would recommend you go through the below mentioned blogs to catch up quickly.

TL;DR

Since we live in the era of widespread attention and time deficiency, here’s the summarised version of this entire…


In this post we will analyse linux/x86/exec shellcode.

Shellcode is basically a list of carefully crafted instructions that can be executed once the code is injected into a running application. Stack and heap-based buffer overflows are the most popular way of doing so.

I would recommend that you should do through the basics of shellcoding and MSFvenom before diving head first in this post. For the basics of shellcoding, I would recommend you go through the below mentioned blogs to catch up quickly.

TL;DR

Since we live in the era of widespread attention and time deficiency, here’s the summarised version of this entire…

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