Windows Shellcoding x86 – Calling Functions in Kernel32.dll – Part 2

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4 comments

  1. I think it’s worth to say, that ‘xor ebx, ebx’ is needed before findproc routine starts.

    Besides that, great article! Great that you are covering modern OS-es, as many other resources are no longer compatible with Win 10. 🙂

  2. Jaw-dropping waltkthrough. Impressively detailed explanation and navigation through this spiderweb of RVA. In my case EBX had to zeroed before entering findproc because it had some garbage causing access violation exceptions. Astonishing work, thanks for sharing this knowledge!!

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