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  1. 6 points
    Everyone can see the code because Cawk's ConfuserEx unpacker works just fine.
  2. 4 points
    Hmmmm... Could it be because you didn't do time travel and never experienced 4th of May 2019 before? The expired certificate is inside your outdated copy of Firefox 56. And, as you said it yourself - you refuse to update it. So, how on earth do you expect Mozilla to fix something that's on your computer? Should they send Santa with magic powers to your home? Solution: download the XPI file from above. Extract files from it. Base64-decode new certificate from api.js. Add new certificate into your old Firefox (Tools-Options-Certificates). Done. Takes less time than writing those whiny posts. Full disclaimer: I couldn't test it 100% because I don't use Firefox on a daily basis and I couldn't find portable Firefox 56 with 3rd party addons.
  3. 3 points
    Download: https://github.com/horsicq/nfdx64dbg/releases Sources: https://github.com/horsicq/nfdx64dbg More Info: https://n10info.blogspot.com/2017/05/nfd-plugin-for-x64dbg.html
  4. 3 points
    And here is the fully deobfuscated file with strings decrypted i havent ran through de4dot since this will simplify your button click method to one messagebox.show Unpacked.exe
  5. 3 points
    Here is the code without strings decrypted more to show that i havent just remade the method from scratch but have actually devirtualised the file obfuscator is not that good in all honesty once you get your head around everything in one method its just like any other vm private void button1_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { int num = 0; if (num != 0) { object obj; char[] value = obj = new char[16]; obj[0] = (2049885642 ^ 2049885579); obj[1] = (721969625 ^ 721969580); obj[2] = (1722827470 ^ 1722827450); obj[3] = (675984423 ^ 675984463); obj[4] = (1647779473 ^ 1647779505); obj[5] = (1793770717 ^ 1793770638); obj[6] = (640259843 ^ 640259958); obj[7] = (959731082 ^ 959731177); obj[8] = (1744869780 ^ 1744869879); obj[9] = (237600744 ^ 237600653); obj[10] = (492056264 ^ 492056251); obj[11] = (327956409 ^ 327956426); obj[12] = (688741927 ^ 688741953); obj[13] = (658212064 ^ 658211989); obj[14] = (454212694 ^ 454212666); obj[15] = (28756323 ^ 28756290); MessageBox.Show(new string(value)); } else { object obj; char[] value2 = obj = new char[10]; obj[0] = (1435200779 ^ 1435200842); obj[1] = (853162666 ^ 853162719); obj[2] = (2119875586 ^ 2119875702); obj[3] = (712244489 ^ 712244577); obj[4] = (1541140050 ^ 1541140082); obj[5] = (2107783153 ^ 2107783095); obj[6] = (1703953462 ^ 1703953495); obj[7] = (1864360465 ^ 1864360568); obj[8] = (2035746888 ^ 2035746852); obj[9] = (620298057 ^ 620298088); MessageBox.Show(new string(value2)); } }
  6. 3 points
    I really, really disagree. Not all websites are valuable. And not all passwords should chosen to be secure. In fact, this was something I wanted to write about for a long time already, so here it goes: https://lifeinhex.com/my-password-is-password/ (shameless self-promo, I know! )
  7. 2 points
    Embarrassing. Don't trust anything that looks like a pregnancy test kit... Ted.
  8. 2 points
    Run the target first with NETBox so won't kill .NET PE. Dump with MegaDumper. In dumped exe change Image Base to 400000 Fix relocation with Universal Fixer Native DLL UnpackMePlease.dll missing: DllSaver break if module contains UnpackMePlease Unpacked exes: https://www112.zippyshare.com/v/26CxsdFV/file.html
  9. 2 points
    login pass: steps to unpack: 1. removed anti tamper and some junk calls 2. cleaned cflow (Thanks to Tesla for cflow cleaning) 2. removed proxy calls 3. removed proxy calls again 4. converted x86 methods to IL 5. decrypted all constants 6. cleaned cflow again (Thanks to Tesla for cflow cleaning) 7. cleaned some small stuff with de4dot. UnpackMe3-cleaned_noProxy_noProxy-NoX862-StringDec_cleaned-cleaned.exe
  10. 2 points
    well, your post is in the crackme section. it means unpacking doesn't really matter. but since you want the file unpacked. here you go. serial key: steps: 1. removed anti tamper 2. converted x86 methods to IL 3. decrypted strings 4. removed delegates 5. attempted to clean cflow (but its not very clean.) 6. cleaned with de4dot CrackMe_fixed-NoX862.exe_unpacked-StringDec_nodelegate-cleaned-cleaned.exe
  11. 2 points
    All samples has been pulled into hybrid-analysis.com sandboxes also looks like we disturbed someone: http://atm.cybercrime-tracker.net/index.php?x=threat&hash=b57bc410683aba4c211e407320e6b7746ce25e06d81ddf480711228efd921a6c
  12. 2 points
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bcByQtkpmPg
  13. 2 points
    Best days of programming before all this Java and Android chaos
  14. 2 points
    Thanks a lot for testing. Please download the new version of the plugin: https://github.com/horsicq/stringsx64dbg/releases
  15. 2 points
    Here is the hotfix for anyone who wants to install without turning on Data Collection and Use... hotfix-update-xpi-intermediate@mozilla.com-1.0.2-signed.xpi
  16. 2 points
    https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/microsoft/windows-10-start-menu-gets-its-own-process-in-build-1903/ This should have happened a long time ago though it could be an indication Start is becoming bloated under Windows 10... Ted.
  17. 2 points
    You can still read menu item strings using the GetMenuString function. What I meant previously was that you have to change my example code to work differently with the DrawText function as the string of characters for, "Tuts 4 You", was not saved in the menu structure. The next example has, "Tuts 4 You", saved in the menu structure so you will be able to find this using GetMenuString. Each character is individually retrieved from the menu string and DrawText is used to display it. It also cycles through each RGB colour as before. When you click on a menu item GetMenuString is used to get the menu item text. It is then displayed in a message. I have attached both x32 and x64 this time. Apologies for the previous compile mistake! Ted. Appended Menu Items x64.exe Appended Menu Items x32.exe
  18. 2 points
    It builds a lot on your previous crackmes. So, most of the answers are already there. 1) Finding first 2 checks - they are in 2 separate dynamic methods. You can simply patch those; 2) Third check is in yet another dynamic method. You can patch it, and play the game till the end. However, the game never shows success screen. I think it's a bug in the crackme, as I could not find any code that would set the required field; 3) There are different ways to get IL code of the dynamic method, for example, this breakpoint might help: 4) To patch crackme, you need to understand how it stores information about dynamic methods. See previous crackmes and solutions for some details and hints. 5) Also you'll need to understand how jit hook decrypts IL code. There's nothing original in it: VirtualProtect -> decrypt code in-place -> jit it -> encrypt code back -> VirtualProtect. Very easy to break in several different ways. So, attached are 2 different versions of solution. First solution patches all 3 checks, you can play the game till the end but not get the success screen. Second solution gives you instant win and shows success screen. Bonus: the secret "cheat" code is checked on timer procedure. If you type it quickly enough, it will show the playing field: minesweeper-solution-kao.zip
  19. 1 point
    I made a small tutorial (originally published on Training Circle forum) about keygenning a recent ATM malware sample who passed our gate. this is addressed to beginners. keygenning.dispcash.19.tutorial.zip
  20. 1 point
    do you even google? https://superuser.com/a/1266695
  21. 1 point
    Sometimes I think Opera is run by a bunch of idiots. I've been using Opera since it was built on Presto engine. They break old versions compatibility without a blink of an eye, I have lost my favourites countless times by upgrading previous version of Opera, it was gone like that - hundreds of bookmarks, since then I have stopped using it at all. Then I have switched to this Chrome based version (just because I was too used to right mouse gestures) and I hate it, they change colors like this pink shit, they change the way startup window is shown (speeddial), they have added some artificial animations after opening a new tabs, it's not possible to assign keyboard shortcuts to many actions (why?). I have contacted with them on their Twitter support many times with bug reports, filed their forms to report bugs - no response at all... You should see their support forums, many people are upset about their "breaking changes" and they don't do anything about it. I'm thinking about moving to Vivaldi, looks like much more customizable version.
  22. 1 point
    Heres the unpacked file found an old unpacker i had which worked on this file (i wont share) Metadata could be cleaned some more but here it is UnpackedBed.exe
  23. 1 point
    You got to start ManagedJitterFr4 (for Confuser) on NetBox 4.0; after that just Jit button when the first assembly is logged - first assembly is the main assembly.
  24. 1 point
    Just a quick thought/idea ... did you try to put/apply owner-draw flag also for menu item in resources? This way it should send/call the WM_MEASUREITEM for every items and your processing should be the same. [EDIT] Sorry, re-reading your message, you're already using ownerdrawn flag for your menu in resources ... so my previous answer is not useful. Anyway, itemData is a "place" to put custom information and, by default, as far as I remember, it should be empty/uninitialized and/or system-reserved ... unless you put something in it. That's why you actually *have to* modify the resources' menu to set it explicitly. I found this maybe useful quote: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/desktop/menurc/using-menus You created popup menu straight by code, right (not using resources) ? You could use the SetMenuItemInfo (as suggested in the quoted link) to set only the itemdata ... without having to re-set the item text again. -- It's a lot I don't play with this stuff, so everyone is very welcome to correct me Best Regards, Tony
  25. 1 point
    To get unpackmeplease.dll and yes.dll i've just use WinAPI CopyFileA in target process, and after i use standard method to set new Content in component after initialization.
  26. 1 point
    Step 1: Few notes: is used .NET module trick; you can dump the .NET module with memcpyLogger, You just have find to the first the block which starts with MZ. You get the module assembly entry point token with ConfuserExConstant.exe - as file input you enter original protected file, The Entry Point Token value is 600009C Tools used: https://www115.zippyshare.com/v/HETHPm4D/file.html Step 1: Dumping .NET module explained before; Step2: Confuser Exceptions Restore - anti-tamper: - this is for decrypting MSIL: https://forum.tuts4you.com/topic/41025-confuser-exceptions-restore-anti-tamper It works just fine you must unmark "Invoke EP" and "Patch Anti-tamper". So after we nop first method from <Module>.ctor - this was the anti-tamper; we also fix the entry point of koi module with 600009C Here is the partial unpacked exe: https://www8.zippyshare.com/v/M78VMowQ/file.html or string decryption I've used this: https://github.com/cawk/ConfuserEx-Static-String-Decryptor/releases Check/Mark "Invoke". For c-flow I've used ConfuserExSwitchKiller. ConfuserExCallFixer.exe for inline methods. Here is completly deobfuscated exe: https://www119.zippyshare.com/v/YFwpUuCv/file.html private void method_1(object sender, EventArgs e) { if (this.textBox_1.get_Text().Length >= 5) { string str = this.textBox_1.get_Text(); if (!Directory.Exists(@"Data\\License")) { MessageBox.Show("Password was not found!", str); } else { StreamReader reader = new StreamReader(@"Data\\License\license.dat"); reader.ReadLine(); string str3 = reader.ReadLine(); reader.Close(); if (Class7.smethod_1(str3) == this.textBox_1.get_Text()) { MessageBox.Show("Good Job !"); } else { MessageBox.Show("password is wrong!"); } } } else { MessageBox.Show("Password is invaled or too short!"); } } public static string smethod_1(string string_2) { byte[] inputBuffer = Convert.FromBase64String(string_2); AesCryptoServiceProvider provider = new AesCryptoServiceProvider { BlockSize = 0x80, KeySize = 0x100, Key = Encoding.ASCII.GetBytes(string_1), IV = Encoding.ASCII.GetBytes(string_0), Padding = PaddingMode.PKCS7, Mode = CipherMode.CBC }; ICryptoTransform transform = provider.CreateDecryptor(provider.Key, provider.IV); byte[] bytes = transform.TransformFinalBlock(inputBuffer, 0, inputBuffer.Length); transform.Dispose(); return Encoding.ASCII.GetString(bytes); }
  27. 1 point
    Unpacked! pass:
  28. 1 point
    REDasm 2.1 released https://github.com/REDasmOrg/REDasm/blob/master/CHANGELOG.md
  29. 1 point
    http://eprints.networks.imdea.org/1959/1/An_Analysis_of_Pre-installed_Android_Software_2019_EN.pdf
  30. 1 point
    Microsoft is open-sourcing PowerToys on GitHub, so anyone can contribute and create power user tools for Windows 10. The first two utilities that Microsoft is working on for Windows 10 are a new maximize to desktop widget and a Windows key shortcut guide. The maximize to desktop widget places a pop-up button over the maximize button when you hover over it. It’s designed to let you quickly send an app to another desktop, utilizing Windows 10’s multi-desktop view. The Windows shortcut guide utility simply shows a keyboard shortcut guide when you hold down the Windows key. Microsoft is also considering 10 other utilities for these new PowerToys for Windows 10: Full window manager, including specific layouts for docking and undocking laptops Keyboard shortcut manager Win+R replacement Better alt+tab including browser tab integration and search for running apps Battery tracker Batch file re-namer Quick resolution swaps in task bar Mouse events without focus Cmd (or PS or Bash) from here Contents menu file browsing Repo: https://github.com/Microsoft/PowerToys Windows Calculator was already open sourced here: https://github.com/Microsoft/calculator Apparently it will soon feature a graphing mode.
  31. 1 point
    World of Goo is currently free at the moment... Ted.
  32. 1 point
    Options -> Privacy & Security -> Firefox Data Collection and Use -> Enable and Disable "Allow Firefox to install and run studies" It installs the hotfix.
  33. 1 point
    Bug? x32dbg wrong address.
  34. 1 point
    after few months, i decided to try again and i have finally unpacked it! steps: 1. decrypted strings for parameter. 2. converted str that is actually an int value. 3. resolved all sizeOfs. 4. converted reference proxy calli to normal calls and removed the proxy calls. 5. Removed some Cflow. 6. calculated the integer values that uses xor to get the value. 7. decrypted all the strings. 8. cleaned cflows and the rest acrack-me_obfuscated_Unpacked.exend also renamed. Credits: Tesla - Helping remove cflow crack-me_obfuscated_Unpacked.exe
  35. 1 point
    https://www.zdnet.com/article/hacker-holding-git-repositories-for-ransom/ https://security.stackexchange.com/questions/209448/gitlab-account-hacked-and-repo-wiped == Download all of your GitHub data - https://github.com/settings/admin
  36. 1 point
    AdvancedScript_3.1 - fix CheckHexIsValid ( fix length ). - add menu to (copy - follow - delete) variables . - add more check for StrAnalyze. - add MsgBox for if command in a case does not resolve arguments. note : copy can copy one value or all values in case Array variables AdvancedScript_3.1.zip Script.zip
  37. 1 point
    I would check your gradient structure and rectangle work area dimensions are correctly sized. Make sure you have no other drawing events going on in the device context - before or after drawing the rectangle. Can you try drawing your bitmaps when your program starts up as it seems a bit unnecessary redrawing them on each WM_DRAWITEM event? If you are going to add frames remember to do this after you have filled the rectangle with your gradient... Ted.
  38. 1 point
    LCF-AT is a woman that doesn't like the pink color... strange! Maybe is just that specific pink color.
  39. 1 point
    useless ... offline I think it is better https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/quick-bookmark-cleaner/ljfgijlbekebdhniagdekklbmmchhjja
  40. 1 point
    GetMenuString function works fine, refer to the code snippet below... cchMax = GetMenuString_(hMenu, (wParam & $ffff), #Null, #Null, #MF_BYCOMMAND) cchMax = cchMax + 1 lpString.s = Space(cchMax) GetMenuString_(hMenu, (wParam & $ffff), @lpString.s, cchMax, #MF_BYCOMMAND) Debug lpString.s I suspect what you are trying to do is read text in the menu that has previously been drawn using the DrawText function. GetMenuString will not find these strings, you will have to work something else out. If the intention of using GetMenuString is a way of identifying a menu item that has been clicked on I think this is not the best way to go about it. When you add a menu item you should already know its position ID and the text that has been added. You can add and use this information in your array. When the menu item is clicked on you can find the position ID in wParam. You should then be able to use this as the reference point in your array... Ted.
  41. 1 point
    If you want to display an icon in the menu you can use something like DrawIconEx. If it is a bitmap you can BitBlt or similar. The icon needs to be placed at the beginning of the menu, you then offset the placement of any subsequent text in the menu after the icon. I am not entirely sure what you mean by dynamic icons or what you are trying to achieve - I'll have a guess... The menu will be drawn each time it is requested to be shown, any icons can be reloaded and used in any preferred order. You will need to keep a track of your images and icons as you will need to free up these resources at some time otherwise you will risk GDI leaks. If I am guessing at what you are trying to do with dynamic icons (and if I guessed correctly) there is no way around it, you will have to track your icons handles. I have had to do something similar in the past and used structured arrays with defined types. A dynamic example would be tracking windows; titles, position, order, icon, window handle, etc. This information is captured and stored in a structured array and then the necessary information is displayed in the menu. In the below example I have expanded on the previous code I posted and added icons in to the menu. Code is a bit crude though it gives you the idea... Ted. Coloured Menu Item + Icon.exe
  42. 1 point
    Hi, can you please check your OS and .NET versions? I only tested it on .NET 4.6.2 EDIT: It seems you will also need the C/C++ runtime library from Microsoft Let me know if you are still facing issues. For me and some other people who tested it, it seems to work.
  43. 1 point
    Unpacked Use any long key to pass checks. GetMe_unp.zip
  44. 1 point
    Yes, Anomali Forum: https://forum.anomali.com/
  45. 1 point
    Please friends, post your knowledge regarding themida x64 unpacking for x64dbg. please post your scripts also.
  46. 1 point
    Just check the IAT start & End / Size manually in Olly and correct it if needed and then you are on the safe way.No big deal to do this quickly by yourself without always to trust blind any import tool.In this case ImpRec shows all correctly but also ImpRec can fail etc.Just wanna say that you should verify the found and shown results you know. greetz
  47. 1 point
    time consumed is 10 seconds plus however long it took to find his devirtualizer
  48. 1 point
  49. 1 point
    Very Nice Protection Elinize sağlık antitamper_fix.exe cracked.exe
  50. 1 point
    thought I would post this since it's extremely useful for working on some embedded targets. the basic principle is you use a cheap logic analyzer to intercept read requests to the chip ( usually from the microprocessor of your target ) since some designs they store special information in small chips on PCB, like serial number, password, settings, etc. after the CPU reads all the addresses its interested in over the SPI or I2C bus your logic analyzer sees the waveforms and captures the data. then this utility will convert the logic analyzer file to a binary dump of the chip by reconstructing the flash memory contents so you can see what's inside and load into IDA. very useful source code and intro https://github.com/alainiamburg/sniffROM/wiki/Getting-Started https://github.com/alainiamburg/sniffROM
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