Writing shellcodes in Rust Because my first computer had only 1GB of RAM (an Asus EeePC), my hobbies were very low-level and non-resources intensive. One of those hobbies was crafting shellcodes. Not for offensive hacking or whatever, but just for the art of writing x86 assembly. You can spend an enormous amount of time crafting shellcodes: ASCII shellcodes (shellcodes where the final hexadecimal representation is comprised of only bytes of the ASCII table), polymorphic shellcodes (shellcodes that can re-write themselves and thus reduce detection and slow down reverse engineering...). Like with poesy, your imagination is the limit. What is a

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