Description: In this video, we pick up where we left off in the last video. The goal is to write a full fledged decoder which can take any shellcode as input, and output shellcode implementing the decoding schema we outlined in the previous video.
We modify decode.nasm to understand the essential parts of the decoder - specifically ones which are dependent on the input shellcode. We then create a template using which we can easily write the decoder shellcode using a Python script.
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