Didier Stevens

Wednesday 6 May 2009

Shellcode 2 VBScript

Filed under: Hacking,My Software — Didier Stevens @ 9:06

I had not posted my Python script to convert shellcode to VBScript, so here it is.

Download:

shellcode2vbscript_v0_1.zip (https)

MD5: AAB0431127C657C9A3EF67E1C73E6711

SHA256: D1CDDAFCB734EC3F35E558DECFF2EDB73DC0C394936814B602B605F09DE4A5E5

8 Comments »

  1. i want to learn hacking & programing.please met with me

    Comment by ebrahim — Wednesday 6 May 2009 @ 13:50

  2. Here is a basic programming introduction book for high school students: How to Think Like a Computer Scientist http://openbookproject.net//thinkCSpy/
    It uses Python as example language.

    Comment by Didier Stevens — Wednesday 6 May 2009 @ 15:13

  3. nice. useful. i assume you’re aware that metasploit can do the same via msfpayload? http://vimeo.com/3358923

    Comment by jcran — Wednesday 6 May 2009 @ 17:37

  4. Thanks! I wasn’t aware of this Metasploit feature at the time of the original posting, I only found out later, I believe it was on carnal0wnage’s blog.

    Comment by Didier Stevens — Wednesday 6 May 2009 @ 17:43

  5. [...] The Excel spreadsheet contains macros that use VirtualAlloc, WriteProcessMemory and CreateThread to “inject” shellcode (stored inside macros) into the Excel process itself. Details here and source code here. [...]

    Pingback by Excel with cmd.dll & regedit.dll « Didier Stevens — Monday 8 February 2010 @ 21:18

  6. [...] generate VBA code for this shellcode + DLL with shellcode2vbscript.py [...]

    Pingback by MemoryLoadLibrary: From C Program to Shellcode « Didier Stevens — Tuesday 16 February 2010 @ 0:41

  7. [...] Shellcode 2 VBScript [...]

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  8. […] This update adds x64 shellcode support to my shellcode2vbs.py script. […]

    Pingback by shellcode2vba | Didier Stevens — Monday 24 June 2013 @ 4:00


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