Here is a tool that could be handy when you stumble with a shellcode, and you want to create a binary to analyze with a debugger:
Just paste the shellcode and click submit, right now supports 3 types of shellcode:
1) %u urlencoded IE shellcode payloads
2) \x style C strings
3) raw hex strings with no spaces ex. 9090EB15
It's based on a tool that you can find in the Malcode Analyzing Pack from Idefense
Thanks Vicente for the tip
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