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Assignment #7: Create a custom crypter

The seventh and last assignment is to create a custom crypter like the one
shown in the “crypters” video. I’m free to use any existing encryption schema
and I can use any programming language.

Assignment #6: Generate polymorphic shellcodes

The sixth assignment for SLAE certification is to take up 3 shellcodes from
Shell-Storm and create polymorphic versions of them to beat pattern matching.
The polymorphic versions cannot be larger 150% of the existing shellcode. Bonus
points for making it shorter in lenght than original

Assignment #4: A custom encoder

The fourth assignment for SLAE certification is to create a custom encoding
scheme and create a weaponized PoC using che execve-stack assembler code.

Assignment #3: An Egg Hunter journey

The third assignment for SLAE certification is a study for an egg hunter
shellcode. Within this study a working proof of concept code it must be written
and it must support different payloads.

Assignment #2: Create a reverse shell shellcode

The second assignment for SLAE certification is to create a standard reverse shell TCP
shellcode in assembler language. The shellcode will reverse connect to a specific IP address on a given port spawning a shell on the waiting process.

Assignment #1: Create a bind shellcode

The first assignment for SLAE certification is to create a standard shell TCP
bind shellcode in assembler language. The shellcode will bind on a given port,
waiting for clients and spawn a shell on the incoming connection.