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So their market is protecting your app from the prying eyes of reverse engineers. Myself, I find that page a little too fluffy, and a little too scant on details. I certainly wouldn't buy their product based solely on the descriptions on that page. Based on the descriptions, it looks like they generate some custom assembly language for each app, then you ...


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Matthew's answer was excellent. There are a few other ways as well. Not a whole lot of malware authors are all that bright. For example, you can open a lot of executables in notepad and look for string data. I've seen countless authors who simply put their email address/server name, username, and passwords inside the programs in a string, and it literally ...


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There are a number of different techniques, depending on the skill level of the malware author: Embedded metadata - compiled programs can contain details about their authors. This is most commonly seen in legitimate programs, and shows in the details screen if you look in Windows properties. Attackers who are out for fame might well put identifying details ...



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