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Malware, a portmanteau for malicious software, is software used or created by attackers to disrupt computer operation, gather sensitive information, or gain access to computer systems.

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IDAPython - Find the start of an undefined code blob

I'm currently working on an IDAPython script that aims to remove various rogue-byte from the malware that I'm reversing. I'm in a case where some portions of my code contain this type of anti-...
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idapython - Scan all possible code paths between start and end addresses

I have a start and end address inside a function segment. How can I step through all the possible code paths easily, including jumps, function calls, etc that occur between the start and the end point?...
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ida pro issue debugging issues with ntdll [closed]

I am using IDA pro to follow along a youtube video of RE from OALabs. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kdNQhfgoQoU&t=1575s I am facing a problem when i try to put a break point on functions in ...
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Composition of a Binary File trouble [closed]

I am working with some malware samples and I need to determine if one of them is primarily composed of 32-bit Intel Code. This would seem easy as I can just check the metadata describing it as a 32-...
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How can I dynamically debug a malicious DLL? [duplicate]

English isn't my first language, So I will do my best ) I am trying to analyze some malware NotPetya and I can run the malware by running : rundll32.exe notpetya.dll #1 I am using Olly and trying ...
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What is the name of this technique?

A while back, on a Linux system, I found a strange binary being executed at seemingly random times with some strange arguments, briefly appearing in ps. There was nothing to be found at the usual ...
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Can't debug a service

I am working on Lab11-03 in "Practical Malware Analysis" book. The malware I am analyzing trojanized the file cisvc.exe which is the indexing service in Windows XP. After that the malware ...
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where i can get android malware samples to analyze? [duplicate]

Is there any sites to get new android malware files(.apk files) for analysing purpose? and also suggest me some blogs/sites for android malware analysis? Please reply me ASAP. Thanks in advance.
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Does malware ever purposely embed resources to thwart resource analysis and extraction

I have been analyzing a Kazy (derp) Ramdo variant that is relatively recent and was surprised to see an access violation in resource hacker when trying to view an embedded bitmap. Is this common or ...
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Configuring a C&C for a RAT [closed]

Where would I start when needing to configure a command and control server for a RAT? So that my dynamic analysis can be more complete. Note: I have been to the topics section of this stack exchange....
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2 Stage Shellcode Embedded in Doc file [Out Of Memory - Can't extract it]

So, here is the context: All start with a RTF file that has 3 objects. The first one loads a non-ASLR module "MSCOMCTL.OCX" and uses it to succed on a Heap Spray technique so it allocates enough ...
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What certifications do I need to become a Malware Analyst? [closed]

I've previously posted here on how to get started as a malware analyst, and wanted to say thanks on getting me started. How much do certifications help me in for my resume and which one(s) should I ...
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CreateThread returns true but thread doesn't run [closed]

I have a PE executable which uses threads to handle most of its functionality. It uses CreateThread API to spawn local threads to handle functions. The call to the CreateThread returns a valid handle ...
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Force debug Administrator Malware

I want to analyse a malware that do not run without administrative previliges. I know it is risky but still. How can I debug it with debugger as from entry point? Because debugger could not start ...
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Ransomware Source Codes [closed]

Have been searching ransomware source codes for analysis(as much as possible). I have already checked with sites like Any.Run but most of their samples are .exe and binary files. Does any one have any ...
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malware analysis [closed]

I tried to use process monitor to find out what program 4.exe did on my system. However, I could not find what changes were made. I believe that this program modifies some files and the registry, but ...
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how can one cause heap memory buffer overflow in a worker process by using a specially crafted request? [closed]

i am to web applications so i have recently published my website and ran a penetration test using Acunetix Vulnerability scanner so i have found the following result and for me to experience a lot ...
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Extracting Opcodes of a binary

I want to extract opcodes 'Assembly instructions' from malware binaries . and because I have large number of samples I don't want to do it invidiously .. instead I want to automate the process of ...
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Does learning Metasploit help me in reverse engineering and malware analysis?

I learned basis of assembly language with, both, AT&T and Intel style. After that I gone through buffer overflow and how to use shellcode with it. Should I go for Metasploit now?
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How do anti-virus programs catch a virus? How they detect it? [closed]

I need to know how anti-virus programs catch malware. Do they do it with hash numbers or not?
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How does this test for debugger [closed]

While reading a book it mentioned that the following code is usually used to as an antidebugger mov eax, large fs:18h mov eax, [eax+30h] movzx eax, byte ptr [eax+2] retn I don't ...
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How can I export only the mnemonics from objdump (or any other program)?

I want to do an analysis with the mnemonics. I can export everything to text but I only need the last column. Any idea on how can I solve this? In other words of this output of objdump (objdump -d ...
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Need help in understanding the code of a "Malicious" file [closed]

I'm testing a malware sample : hxxps://www.virustotal.com/en/file/55f4cc0f9258efc270aa5e6a3b7acde29962fe64b40c2eb36ef08a7a1369a5bd/analysis/ This is a malicious executable file. When executed in ...
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How rootkits hide services on kernel mode? [closed]

How rootkits hide services on kernel mode? thanks
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How to reverse engineer apks? [closed]

is it possible to reverse engineer an apk just to unlock hidden/unreleased features?
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Malware static rules? [closed]

Is there any sites to get static rules to detect malware files? static behavior rules for detecting malware files. Thanks in advance.
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Aside from Assembly, should I learn C or C++?

With Malware/Virus analysis being heavily dependant on one's ability to read the the Assembly Code generated by the Disassembler... being familiar with the Assembly Language is naturally the most ...
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Anti-debug techniques for MS-Windows?

Is there any anti-debugger tricks used by malware other than interrupt INT 0x2D ? And, how do they work ? Working examples would be really nice !
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What are the risks of running a decompiler? [closed]

I have a binary file which is potentially a virus and I wish to look into its internals. I need to be cautious as I don't want it to run on my system. That's why I ruled out gdb. I've searched and ...
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