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System Vulnerabilities: Shellcode Execution, Bad Character Analysis, Segmentation Fault Handling, Buffer Overflow, Hack

What you will learn

Mastering Shellcode Execution: Gain a comprehensive understanding of shellcode execution techniques and their role in system hacking.

Identifying Bad Characters: Learn to identify and handle bad characters in shellcode, ensuring its effectiveness and reliability.

Segmentation Fault Analysis: Explore the nuances of segmentation faults and discover strategies to overcome them when executing shellcode.

Ethical Hacking Fundamentals: Understand the ethical framework of hacking and how to apply these techniques responsibly.

Developing Custom Shellcode: Develop your own custom shellcode to exploit system vulnerabilities effectively.

Hands-On Practical Scenarios: Engage in practical demonstrations and exercises to apply theoretical knowledge in real-world scenarios.

System Compromise Techniques: Learn techniques to compromise systems ethically by executing shellcode.

Vulnerability Exploitation: Discover vulnerabilities within systems and exploit them using shellcode to gain access.

Advanced Bad Character Mitigation: Dive deep into advanced techniques for identifying, analyzing, and mitigating bad characters in shellcode.

Building Ethical Hacking Skills: Equip yourself with practical skills in ethical hacking, enhancing your cybersecurity expertise.


Are you ready to delve into the exciting world of system hacking and shellcode execution? Welcome to “Mastering System Hacking with Shellcode Execution,” the ultimate course that will take you from a beginner to an advanced level in the realm of ethical hacking and cybersecurity.

In this comprehensive Udemy course, we will guide you through a series of engaging and hands-on lectures that will equip you with the skills and knowledge necessary to execute shellcode effectively and compromise systems ethically. Our carefully curated curriculum includes:

Module 1: Building the Foundation

Developing our own Shellcode and Segmentation Fault: Lay the groundwork by understanding shellcode development and its role in system hacking. Learn how to create your own shellcode and identify segmentation faults.

Module 2: Analyzing and Refining

Discovering Bad Characters but we have one more thing to do: Dive deeper into the world of bad characters and explore strategies for their discovery and mitigation.

Fixing all Bad Characters: Uncover advanced techniques for addressing bad characters and ensuring your shellcode remains effective.

Advancing to System Compromise

Segmentation FAULT AGAIN !!!: Overcome segmentation faults and gain insights into system vulnerabilities that can be exploited.

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SHELLCODE EXECUTED – SYSTEM HACKED: Witness the culmination of your efforts as you execute shellcode and compromise a system.

Our course is designed to cater to both beginners and experienced practitioners in the field. Whether you’re looking to enhance your ethical hacking skills or you’re a cybersecurity enthusiast aiming to expand your knowledge, this course has something valuable to offer.

Why Enroll?

Hands-On Experience: Each lecture is accompanied by practical demonstrations, allowing you to apply what you’ve learned in real-world scenarios.

Expert Instruction: Our experienced instructors bring a wealth of knowledge to the table, guiding you through complex concepts with clarity.

Comprehensive Curriculum: Our step-by-step approach ensures you build a strong foundation and gradually progress to more advanced topics.

Practical Ethical Hacking: Learn hacking techniques within an ethical framework, ensuring you gain skills that are valuable in today’s cybersecurity landscape.

Don’t miss this opportunity to become a proficient system hacker with a deep understanding of shellcode execution. Join us now and embark on a journey towards mastering the art of ethical hacking!





Creating Lab

Installing SASM
Downloading Ghidra and File Structure
Installing JDK in Linux
Installing JDK in Windows or MacOS
Downloading and Installing IDA Pro _ IDA Freeware

Starting with Ghidra

Opening project in Ghidra
Discovering Ghidra

Malware Analysis and Reverse Engineering with Ghidra

Starting Real Malware Analysis with Ghidra
Analyzing Suspicious String using Ghidra
OSINT for Reverse Engineering
Analyzing Libraries that Malware Uses
Extracting SYS file from Malware
Finding Entry Points and Changing Undefined Function Names

Binary Analysis

Analysis of Binary and 4 Stages of Compilation
Compilation Phase
Assembly Phase
Linking Phase

Symbols, Stripped and Not Stripped Binaries

Using READELF for Viewing Symbolic Information
Revealing Contents of Object File
Trying to Analyze Binary Executable
How binary loads and executes in theory

Linux – ELF Format

Exploring the Executable and Linkable Format (ELF) and Executable Header
Learning ELF Fields
Learning ELF Program Header Fields

Windows – PE Format

Fundamentals of Windows PE Format

IDA Pro _ IDA Freeware

Being friends with IDA
Useful Tabs in IDA

Writing our first 64Bit Assembly Program

Hello world with makefile
Why nasm is best and compare assemblers
Sticking to traditions – Hello world program without makefile

Disassembly and Disassembler

The Disassembly Theory
Disassembly – What

Understanding Data Types

Understanding CPU architectures and Binaries
Converting Decimal to Binary with Basic Math

Debugging x86-64

Starting gdb and setting flavors
Debugging and Finding Variables in Memory addresses
Learning more with GDB

Writing our second 64Bit Assembly Program

Coding ASM file
Analyzing Output with GDB and creating makefile


The OR

Data Display Debugger – DDD

Developing another Assembly Program to Analyze with DDD
Analyzing Previously Written Code
Using DDD and Analyzing RAX Values

Jump and Loop

Errors and Solutions
Using Conditions and Jumping
Jump if equal
Jump if Not Equal
Jump if Greater
Greater than or Equal to
Jump if Less
Jump if less or equal
Jump if Above
Jump if Above or Equal
Jump if below
Jump if below or equal

Assembly Project using Jump and Loop

Developing Loop and Calculator Project with Assembly
Testing our Project

Memory Manipulation

Testing and Analyzing Project with Readelf and GDB

Calculator with Assembly

Defining variables
Addition and Subtraction
Last Decorations
Explaining Registers in Practice
Completing Section

First but not last SHELLCODE

Developing our own Shellcode and Segmentation fault
Discovering Bad Characters but we have one more thing to do
Fixing all Bad Characters
Segmentation FAULT AGAIN !!!!