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Metasploit payloads produce more than 300-byte shellcodes.

But I want my shell-spawning shellcodes to be less than 295 bytes.

Can anyone show me the links to these shellcodes?


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closed as not constructive by tylerl, AviD Sep 2 '12 at 7:32

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Hi Dark, welcome to Information Security. Please see the FAQ, and read How to Ask - this question is very low quality, and does not show enough of your effort nor is it something specifically solvable. – AviD Sep 2 '12 at 7:34

A null free 211 byte bind shellcode is available from Dafydd Stuttard, NGS Software.

I tested it in my labs, and it works well.

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