Damn You SourceForge

SourceForge has been around as long as I can remember. Bringing open source projects to the world for people to download and peer at source code and projects. With github taking over in popularity, the need for SourceForge has dwindled. Slashdot owns SourceForge now (or maybe they always have? I don’t recall). So what brings […]

Friday Quicky

Salutations! Just wanted to share a couple things. First off, I encountered some clever malware. By checking to see if an audio device is enabled (by adjusting the volume), the malware knows not to run if it can’t. Because honestly, who enables audio drivers on their VM? Other than that, I whipped up a little […]

Stego Malware And DotNet

Greetings and salutations. Today I’m going to be going over some malware I found in the wild. I found it after doing a search for ‘hack’ on the ‘rapidshare’ section of 4chan. With the name ‘SteamHackCount.exe’, being about 350 kb, and having the Apple icon? Totally legit right??? Opening the program in IDA showed the […]