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, […]

Backdooring DLL’s Part 3

Whaddup fellow crackers. Long time, no see. In this article, we’re going to do something I rarely bother with – Linux! Yes, you can backdoor Linux binaries quite easily. One method I like to use is via the LD_PRELOAD environment variable. Within the header file “dlfcn.h”, there exists a function named ‘dlsym’ which is used […]