Application Security This Week for May 17

by Bill Sempf 17. May 2020 12:14

FireEye has an excellent breakdown of a Remote Access Trojan in C# - which is quite a feat given the constraints of the .NET Framework.

I have written some C# malware as well, it is not easy, but we are all standing on the shoulders of giants.


The inestimable awesome Didler Stevens wrote some incredibly well thought out code the deobfuscated Excel macros


Here's some really interesting analysis of malweare written for supercomputers.  This is really interesting because these hyperdrive computers do a lot of really useful work with governance data, voting, medicine, and a boatload of other stuff.


Hope everyone is staying safe in these weird times.



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