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Re: [Full-disclosure] how to hide files, services and process in windows 2k/xp/2k3 box
From: khaalel (khaalelgmail.com)
Date: Sun Jul 10 2005 - 08:53:27 CDT
for the tips... sorry but i don't know which suggestions to give you,
but i advise you to study AFX rootkit, when I wrote my first rootkit
this code helped me a lot because it can hide
d) Files & Folders
e) Registry Keys & Values
g) TCP/UDP Sockets
h) Systray Icons
There is an article that is well writen (about win32 rootkit): it's
"Analysis of a win32 userland rootkit " by Kdm, it's really a good
Nzeka Gilbert aka khaalel
PS: If you want, i own the code of hxdef but this rootkit is known by
everybody so for invisibility, hwdef is not the right tool !!! but the
code is great for learning how to code a win32 rootkit.
On 7/10/05, fatb <fatbsecurity.zz.ha.cn> wrote:
> hi all guys
> I'm trying to write a rootkit to hide files,services and process
> in windows 2k/xp/2k3 box ,and it would not be detected by icesword,rkdetector
> and so on.
> Anybody could be kind enough to give me some tips or suggestions , thx alot!
> BTW: I heard that golden hxdef could be avoid from icesword,rkdetector
> and any other anti-rootkit software ,anybody knew something about the golden hxdef ?
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