Posts Tagged 'kernel32.dll'

To help the attendees of my Brucon White Hat Shellcode workshop, I wrote a new program to generate simple shellcode. I’m releasing it now.
People regularly ask me for malware so they can test their security setup. First, that’s a bad idea, and second, you can do without.
Why is using malware a bad idea? It’s dangerous and not reliable. Say you use a trojan to test your sandbox. You notice that your machine is not compromised. But is it …

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