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MalwareTechBlog
Python2: C, but I'm really racist towards parentheses. Python3: C, but "Some of my best friends are parentheses". JavaScript: C, but drunk. C#: C, but lazy. PHP: C, but nothing works as expected. Java: Satan's butthole. C++: C, but with amphetamines.


vpikhur
PoC that I wrote ~5 years ago to hook SSDT and transfer control to user-mode via ALPC idea was to create a sandbox for malware replication and analysis never had time to finish it. Sharing it for people who want to learn some Windows kernel programming.


MonartisSupport
The placement of coin mining malware on the devices of unsuspecting users is a worrying trend


MalwareTechBlog
Overwatch is actually pretty fun in bronze, if you play Genji. Orisa will literally shoot herself in the head for the whole time you're using deflect.


MalwareTechBlog
Problem with assuming your're not important enough to secure your email is a lot of your contacts will trust files or links sent from your account.


Miss_Malware
hacked #15 w00t - Goal to finish this in January sometime!


TheHackersNews
DroidDefense: Advance Android Malware Analysis & Reversing Framework



ForbesTech
Wi-Fi + malware = surveillance dealers' answer to spying on WhatsApp:



lockable_data
Maldoc "Exploit (2) (1).doc" pulls script from : hxxp://lazexpo[.]info/GxvY.hta which uses powershell to pull exe from lawing[.]pro


MalwareTechBlog
Learning C early on was a great choice. A large percentage of modern languages are C-like, so instead of learning from scratch you can just remember them as variations to C.


MalwareTechBlog
The more languages you know, the more tries it takes you to get a working for each in whatever language you're writing. for(auto element = array.begin(), element != array.end(); element++) foreach($array as $element) for element in array: array.forEach(function(element) {


MalwareTechBlog
I think MPs are trying out the technique of drawing attention away from the trash can fire by starting a dumpster fire nearby. Wonder who they got that one from....


IIoT_World
How is affecting and other industries



TheHackersNews
Authorities "sinkholed" over 1500 domain names associated with the malware and found at least 2 million unique IP addresses from 223 countries infected with Andromeda botnet.


FernandoHuamanX
You're a target, whoever you are, whatever you do.



MaliesinX
Seen today on massive billboard outside Westfield...



demonslay335
Anyone hit by hc7 (extension ".GOTYA") - if the malware is still running on a machine, contact me. I'd also like more info on how this is spreading.


MalwareJake
Target centric threat modeling is one of the best ways to evaluate your security controls. Have you threat modeled?


reach2ratan
How scalable is ? via



IMITAKCO
Categories Of Threats - CyberRisk CC: ... by



MalwareTechBlog
Problem with assuming your're not important enough to secure your email is a lot of your contacts will trust files or links sent from your account.


vpikhur
PoC that I wrote ~5 years ago to hook SSDT and transfer control to user-mode via ALPC idea was to create a sandbox for malware replication and analysis never had time to finish it. Sharing it for people who want to learn some Windows kernel programming.


BrideOfLinux
Aren't you glad you use LibreOffice? Don't you wish everybody did: Hackers Can Control Your PC With This 17 Year Old Microsoft Word Bug: Cobalt Malware


MonartisSupport
The placement of coin mining malware on the devices of unsuspecting users is a worrying trend


Miss_Malware
hacked #15 w00t - Goal to finish this in January sometime!


SwiftOnSecurity
When malware won’t work with UAC set to ‘Always Prompt’


demonslay335
Hmm, dev is adding testing features to his malware now. Also adding some other "features" with wiping shadow copies. Sample: , decompiled:



lehtior2
Why would you need the *source code* of malware to update your CV?



MalwareTechBlog
I'm actually thinking about starting a 2nd blog so i can share my thoughts on other nerdy stuff that isn't malware, but can't think of a good name.


MalwareTechBlog
"bitcoin is in a bubble" Oh gee, after the past 3 bitcoin bubbles I had really no idea. Your observational skills are really top notch, thank you.


MalwareJake
Want to be great at infosec (and life)? Get out of your echo chamber. Take time every day to educate yourself on arguments that challenge your worldview (personally and professionally). Understanding how those who disagree with you think is absolutely invaluable.


MalwareJake
You know what will solve all the problems in infosec (passwords,logging,etc)? Dancing banana screen savers, that's what. Huh, how? Duh. If you knew tech, you'd get it. Here's a link to Wikipedia on banana screen savers. This is what you sound like suggesting blockchain...


TheHackersNews
Watch Out — Browser-based Mining Scripts Have Found A Simple Yet Effective Way to Keep Itself Running In the Background Secretly Even After You Close Your Browser.


Miss_Malware
Give me your favorite security analyst (experienced) interview questions. Thank you!!!


MalwareJake
Write-up of CIA Linux kernel implant OUTLAWCOUNTRY with Yara rules for detection.


MalwareTechBlog
"Some guy was caught with porn on his work computer so in solidarity we're going to publicly detail our awful security practices for adversaries to see"



ahmedjr_16
11 Best Cyber Security To Protect Your



MalwareJake
Your organization's threat model is never complete until you consider attackers who operate outside of the norm...


Shirastweet
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MalwareTechBlog
"super bitcoin" I'm starting to thing this whole 'no central authority' thing was a bad idea. Clearly we need some adults.


hmzimelka
Warning, don't install FileZilla for mac. It install



MalwareJake
To be clear, I don't think this is the source of Kaspersky tension. But it IS a great distraction for conspiracy theorists.


BrideOfLinux
Aren't you glad you use LibreOffice? Don't you wish everybody did: Hackers Can Control Your PC With This 17 Year Old Microsoft Word Bug: Cobalt Malware


MonartisSupport
The placement of coin mining malware on the devices of unsuspecting users is a worrying trend


Miss_Malware




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