Backdooring Plugins

I had this thought speaking with fellow hacker friendos at 2600. Alternative ways to persist. Why not backdoor some popular programs? Sure why not? Today let’s scope in on backdooring some plugins for popular software. I will be covering a bunch of other programs, mainly stuff already on my computer. First plugin to backdoor will […]

xor by update

Hi! In a vain effort to not lose what little knowledge I have, I have made an update to a C# project called ‘XOR By’. In this version I added ‘Rc4’ because I was going to but then didn’t. Source is here. As a small update I’ve been playing with drivers and kernel land. its […]

More VM Detection!

Hiyo! Defcon was awesome this year. It always gives me inspiration for things to blog about. That said, I want to go over something simple today – more VM detection. I’ll be hitting vmware because I have it, also OpenVZ and KVM because that’s what my old hosts worked on. In my humble opinion, the […]

KeyLogger using DirectX

Howdy! With that painful PIN crap behind me, I can finally be creative again. Today I wrote up a keylogger using C++ and DirectX. I normally dislike C++ because of the bloat, but DirectX and C don’t always play nicely. I’ve talked about keyloggers in the past, and even wrote one using traditional means. Traditionally, […]

Linux Paranoia

If you’re the paranoid type, you don’t deny people are watching – you know they are. You encrypt your drives, use SSL-VPN, tor, proxies, and run tails. If not, then you at least care about privacy or have something to hide. This post is for you people. In the following example, it’s a bit extreme, […]