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Have you heard? There is a new version of BrownOS out!

It has a whole new syscall, but I haven't been able to figure out its purpose yet. Seems pretty useless so far...
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I still cant figure out that something might be the cmd to interrupt and transfer my parameters to the kernel
maybe someone can code something up?.
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Quote from Gizmore
Sep 10, 2018 - 18:09:02

I still cant figure out that something might be the cmd to interrupt and transfer my parameters to the kernel
maybe someone can code something up?.

You wanted come CLI script which easily sends data to the service?!
Here is one:
GeSHi`ed Python code for brownos.py
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import re
import time
import socket
 
sock = socket.socket(socket.AF_INET, socket.SOCK_STREAM)sock.connect(('wc3.wechall.net', 61221))
while True:
        data = raw_input('Cmd?:')
        data = re.sub('[^A-Za-z0-9]', '', data)
        data = re.findall('..', data)        data = ''.join([chr(int(x, 16)) for x in data])
        print('Sending: %r' % (data,))
        now = time.time()
        sock.send(data)
        print('Received: %r' % (sock.recv(10000), ))        print('Execution took: %.2f seconds' % (time.time() - now))
 


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Cmd?:05 00 FD 00 05 00 FD 03 FD FE FD 02 FD FE FD FE
Sending: '\x05\x00\xfd\x00\x05\x00\xfd\x03\xfd\xfe\xfd\x02\xfd\xfe\xfd\xfe'
Received: ''
Execution took: 18.26 seconds
Cmd?:
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Quote from Gizmore
Sep 10, 2018 - 18:09:02

I still cant figure out that something might be the cmd to interrupt and transfer my parameters to the kernel
maybe someone can code something up?.



In Bash:
echo 00 01 02 03 ... | xxd -r -p | nc wc3.wechall.net 61221 | xxd
The spoiler being that the service takes binary input. But that has been devulged elsewhere, so not much of a spoiler.
Hint: If you give it good input, you get good stuff back... Now, what is good input? ;)
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