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    i am glad we now seem to be in the realms of a...

    i am glad we now seem to be in the realms of a proper discussion.

    in the case of a subseven-type backdoor trojan, the password protection you refer to is a remote authentication presented by the...
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    nihil your question was a good one - it is true...

    nihil your question was a good one - it is true that malware authors do try to protect their code from analysis. the way in which they do this is by encrypting the executable. this prevents the code...
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    i was slightly dubious about the notion of...

    i was slightly dubious about the notion of submitting a reply on this forum for precisely the reason that it is not uncommon for such posts to descend into critical and egotistical flame wars. it...
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    Re: Forensic Analysis of Malcode - Step by Step

    ollydbg and SoftICE are not hex editors! these are debuggers!

    an example of a hex editor is hex workshop or hiew. these can be used to display and edit the raw hexadecimal code of a binary

    a...
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