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Malicious Payload Evasion Techniques to Bypass Antivirus with Advanced Exploitation Frameworks

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on Malicious Payload Evasion Techniques, with Advanced Exploitation Frameworks A must-read story from gbhackers.com thinks things we don’t talk about but advanced threats continue to evolve, have more advanced features, bring more pain to analysis, and can even escape advanced security software such as anti-virus software. This comparison is based on the

Beware! Undetectable CrossRAT malware targets Windows, MacOS, and Linux systems

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on CrossRAT Malware Targets Windows, MacOS, and Linux systems thehackernews.com warned ‘Are you using Linux or Mac OS? If you think your system is not vulnerable to viruses, then you should read this. A wide range of cybercriminals is now using a new type of “undetectable” spyware malware targeting Windows, macOS, Solaris,

RetRec Open-Source Decompiler Released by Avast to Help All as a Tool to Fight Against Malicious Code

Anti-malware company Avast announces the release of RetDec, a retargetable machine code, as open-source software designed to enhance the fight against malicious code. RetDec is an abbreviation of Retargetable Decompiler, originally developed by Brno University of Technology Institute of Information Technology and AVG Technologies. Avast had acquired AVG Technologies in 2016. RetDec is now available