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My Cracking the Perimeter (CTP) Offensive Security Certified Expert (OSCE) Experience

I can finally confirm that after my ***redacted*** attempt I have passed the OSCE exam from Offensive Security.

This entry will cover some of my experience and review of the… 2,116 more words

Cracking The Perimeter

x64 Shellcodes for FreeBSD / OpenBSD

Introduction

These are mostly the same as codes for x64 Linux with the main difference being system call numbers. I’ve also noticed that BSD tends to be less forgiving with parameters (at least for some functions). 1,162 more words

Assembly

x64 Shellcodes for Linux

Introduction

Just a quick blog about some simple shellcodes for x64 build of Linux you might find useful as a reference if nothing else. ;) 667 more words

Programming

Shellcodes: Executing Windows and Linux Shellcodes

Introduction

Recently, I finished an interactive shell for windows written in C which is also position independent.

The server component runs on UNIX based OS and I was trying to test out delivery of the PIC to windows machine over network which resulted in writing a simple tool for both Linux/windows that executes PIC files. 1,227 more words

Assembly

Writing portable shellcode

Introduction

As previously mentioned shellcodes are really useful in many applications, but we need to learn how to write a successful shellcode. First set is relative addressing. 387 more words

Hacking

Shell Code Prologue

Shellcode

A machine executable piece of code, which is not in operating system‘s executable format.

To add more, it requires knowledge of assembly language. 265 more words

Hacking

Shellcode Extractor

This tool will extract the opcodes from the .text section and display in different hex formats for different syntaxes. Works only with valid PE files. Coded in C++Builder XE5. 7 more words