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Category: Utilities » Compiler
With hellkit you write your shellcodes in C, as shown in the 4 examples shipped with that package. You then run 'driver' over it and it's done! You get the output-file hellcode.c which contains the shellcode without null-bytes. Hellkit generates shellcodes with a lenght of up to 65535 (2^16 - 1) bytes.
Programs sometimes contain unsafe file handling code, particularly that involving race conditions. These commonly occur where check is performed on a file object (for existence, file owner, group or mode) and some use of the file is decided upon as a result. This can be insecure if changes occur affecting the file object between the check and the use. This will be a problem if the code contains the assumption that a check remains valid (a programming condition) and the file object concerned can actually be changed by an attacker (an environmental condition). This program scans code for these potentially dangerous conditions.
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