Fix #2 and #3 at once
Also make the formatting a bit nicer, remove obsolete comments, and add a link to autovndh.py in the README
|5 months ago|
|.gitignore||1 year ago|
|LICENSE||5 months ago|
|Makefile||5 months ago|
|README.md||5 months ago|
|test.c||1 year ago|
|vondehi.asm||5 months ago|
|mode etc.||vondehi||trident||Fishypack||sh-based unpacker|
|gzip, 32-bit||161||172||179? (198?)||48 to 72|
|xz, 32-bit||164 (168*)||179||186||48 to 72|
|gzip, 64-bit||N/A||208||208?||48 to 72|
|xz, 64-bit||N/A||217||217||48 to 72|
|Preserve arg & env||Y/N||N||tries to||can, but often not|
|Min. platform||Linux 3.19||Linux 2.27||Linux 2.27||Most Unices|
All values are with
NO_CHEATING disabled. If this is enabled, add 5 bytes.
The exact size of a shell-based unpacker depends on the exact impmelentation,
many variations exist. ‘xz’ means the usage of
xzcat instead of
the former supports both
Fishypack and trident depend on Linux >=2.27 because of the use of the
memfd_create syscall. vondehi requires
execveat as well.
Note that a 32-bit unpacker can still run a 64-bit binary, as long as the kernel is 64-bit and supports the 32-bit emulation layer.
nasm -fbin -o$out vondehi.asm [-DUSE_GZIP] [-DTAG="j0!"] [-DNO_UBUNTU_COMPAT] \ [-DUSE_VFORK] [-DNO_CHEATING] cat $out $intro_compressed > $final
See also autovndh.py, a script that brute-forces all compression parameters to find the optimal binary.
USE_GZIP(default off): use
/bin/zcat) instead of
NO_UBUNTU_COMPAT(default off): assume
/binis the same as
/usr/bin. Originally named like this because on my machine,
/binis linked to
/usr/bin, but on the Revision compomachine (which runs Ubuntu), it isn't.
NO_FILE_MANAGER_COMPAT(default off): save two bytes by putting instructions in the EI_CLASS and EI_DATA fields of the ELF header. Causes executables packed with vondehi to not be recognized as executable in file managers.
USE_VFORK(default off): use
fork(2). I hope you know what you're doing when you enable this.
TAG(default empty): add a vanity tag right before the compressed data. Only use this when you have bytes to spare, of course.
NO_CHEATING(default off): don't assume file descriptor numbers and properly pass arguments and environment variable to the payload. You need this if you're running on Wayland. Costs 5 bytes.
255, so later syscalls might fail, or nonsense syscalls might be invoked.
waitpid(2), fixing compatibility with some kernels and shaving off a few bytes at once!