On Wed, Mar 22, 2000 at 14:02 +0100, Frank Derichsweiler wrote:
unsigned char shellcode =
with some rows of "\x ...\x" numbers. I assume that there is the coding of a shell command. Unfortunately I do not know how to "read" the command.
That's an array (read: data block) containing binary code (obj code in hex notation). You wouldn't like to read this as text just like the processor won't try to do :) Have a look at the toolbox on your computer's disk -- it's plenty of aiding stuff.
rpm -ql binutils
nm(1) and (more likely) objdump(1) should be your friends. And some literature on the processor's (i386?) internals. Read "man 1 objdump" and look out for the "disass" catch word. Maybe you want to consult somebody with programming skills (C and assembly).
virtually yours 82D1 9B9C 01DC 4FB4 D7B4 61BE 3F49 4F77 72DE DA76 Gerhard Sittig true | mail -s "get gpg key" Gerhard.Sittig@gmx.net