Sometimes you want to pipe things into a process’s stdin (to emulate typing things, for example.)
echo "blah" | binary python -c "print hello" | binary # is another common thing.
But what if you want to do that with a process you’re starting via gdb? Gets a little more complicated, but gdb has things built in to do such things.
# run it in a subshell and get the stdout fd gdb binary r < <(python -c "print '\x41'*36")
# bash command substitution into how gdb does stdin r <<< $(python -c "print '\x41'*36") # note! this handles nulls weirdly on stdin within gdb. (leakless, fireshellctf) # the above did not have this issue.