Eset ChallengeME 2013 Solution

About a month ago I got a link to ESET’s ChallengeMe from a friend, yesterday I had some free time to work on that, and finally I solved it. You can get the crackme from the link below: ESET Crackme #1 I have also attached all files to the post as they might be […]

DarkComet Analysis – Understanding the Trojan used in Syrian Uprising

On February 17th the CNN published an interesting article, where some Syrian’s regime opponents claimed that the government was using a Trojan to monitor and disrupt the protestor’s network. Apparently the regime has been using a well-known social engineering technique: impersonate a trusted person then attack from the inside. It is not possible to confirm […]

Reverse Dxtory

It’s been a while since reversing of .NET applications began. I still remember the first tutorials on the subject and the first targets for which changing a few bytes with an hex editor was enough to fully remove the restrictions from. So much has changed: developers of both software and protections made the reversing process […]

Morto Malware Analysis

Today we’re going to analyze Morto.A a malware which, in this weeks, is spreading in many Internet places. It’s a worm that allows unauthorized access to an infected computer and tries to compromise administrator passwords for Remote Desktop connections, through RDP protocol, on a network. Indeed this threat infecting computers by targeting accounts that have […]

How to Deal with Malware

With this brief tutorial, here at UIC we are going to open a new Reversing Chapter that follows the new challenge promptly emerged in the last years: Malware Reverse Engineering. This field is quite interesting and important for every serious RCE Community mostly because we are now facing an impressive boost of Malicious Executables and […]