SLAE Assignment #7 | Custom Cryptor

23. November 2017

The last post for my SLAE certification is about encryption of shellcode. As usual you can find all my files on github.

Nothing special in place.

  1. Pick your favourite shellcode
  2. Use my custom AES encrypter
  3. Insert the encrypted shellcode and secret AES key into the decrypter
  4. Test the decrypted shellcode in our skeleton shellcode.c file
  5. Finish 😉

This blog post has been created for completing the requirements of the SecurityTube Linux Assembly Expert certification:

Student ID: SLAE-1036

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