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Your memory address 0xbffff880 is most likely non-executable, but only read/write. There are a couple of ways you can overcome this. If that is a stack address you can use -z execstack while compiling. This will essentially make the entire stack memory executable. For a more robust solution you can write the shellcode to call mprotect on the address ...


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Even if the question is pretty old, and the attack changed, the source is the same I ve been hit by the new version of this ( and stablehost is the linking keyword here, still here years after the OP asked ), one of the servers I managed ( gentoo hardened, strong grsec config )have been compromised, most probably by shellshock. For those interested, I ...



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