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I found FASM.EXE in Zeus source code. O_o
It's 82.5 KB

Which version is that ? Anybody know
Post 05 Sep 2011, 03:01
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can you give me the source code ?
Post 05 Sep 2011, 03:22
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Overflowz wrote:
can you give me the source code ?


Are you sure, it's in C++ (which will be nightmare to you) not Assembly Wink lol
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Post 05 Sep 2011, 11:14
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That's why FASM compiled hello world detected as virus for most AV scanners Laughing
Post 05 Sep 2011, 20:10
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Overflowz wrote:
That's why FASM compiled hello world detected as virus for most AV scanners Laughing


So you want the source code or not?
Post 05 Sep 2011, 23:11
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I found it already but you're right ^^ It's nightmare. I can understand alot but not everything. I found source of Bagle! which is written in MASM and going to study what it does Rolling Eyes
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BTW, a common problem with less-known EXE protectors. Some virus uses them, and AVs when they encounter executable protected by it, can't possibly bother to write generic unpacker in order to test what is protected. So they simply flag everything that's protected.
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