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    Virus Creation Lab

    hey there does anyone know where I can download the virus creation lab or similar software

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    What is with the growing repopularty of the VCL, I mentioned it in passing in one thread (someone was asking if something like it was possable). Then an artical arrives on securityfocus about NoWhere man, and now this....
    Look you don't want VCL, it was written in the early 90's, most AV's will detect anything it make, and it mostly makes boot sector stuff. I would be suprised if it wasn't still out on the web somewhere but its prety useless at this point.

    The next big question is why do you want it, useing the VCL lifts you up to the hight of scriptkiddie hood (which is a sad ending as its origional intnet was to make it easier for us to deal with leaches and the precurser to script kiddies).
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    I just want a quick and easy way to test out my anti virus program i have made

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    LoL @ james526372001

    You are a riot! You just don't get the point do you?!
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    what point don't i get

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    Originally posted here by james526372001
    I just want a quick and easy way to test out my anti virus program i have made
    Get on Kazaa. They have lots of Fizzer you can get for free...
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    It is very easy to test out the AV just hit kazaa for a min and you will find a virus to infect your system with.

    On a side note it works better to try the obvious and bad social engineering in the first post not after the fact.
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    A antivirus test called eicar would be a start http://www.eicar.org/

    If its testing your antivirus, why not download known viruses to see if your virus scaner you made can detect it. Keeping an updated signature database would be a chanlenge. Maybe seting up a system where if a new unkown or suspisious file is found the customer can send a report back to you and you could evaluate it and add the signature if needed.

    We cannot and willnot provide links on how to get virus creation tools. We do not promote the use of such tools. We are all for defence here.

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    Hey buddy, I tell you what. I'll send it to ya okay. But when you double click that *.zip.exe and your anti viruse program jumps out of your box cause the code I sent you isn't the VCL you crave, don't come back here and blame me okay?
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    yes that is all great but i would rather create my own virus to test it out on

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