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General discussion / Re: Anyone Want To Code A Python (RAT)
« Last post by d4rkcat on March 25, 2015, 07:03:48 pm »
herp

Yeah because everyone knows apples will never beat basketballs, that's a fact.
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Hacking and Security / Re: Reverse engeneering a sos@anointernet.com ransom
« Last post by Kulverstukas on March 25, 2015, 06:59:07 pm »
The malware creators must be a bunch of evil assholes to not give the decryption key after paying the ransom. I have dealt with one not long ago :P we chose to not pay...
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General discussion / Re: College advice
« Last post by Kulverstukas on March 25, 2015, 06:56:15 pm »
Since we're not from where you are, there's practically nothing we can recommend. You need to visit open door fairs and career fairs and study fairs (don't know if I worded that right) to gather info and decide yourself. We could only recommend online courses which are global.
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General discussion / Re: Anyone Want To Code A Python (RAT)
« Last post by Kulverstukas on March 25, 2015, 06:50:30 pm »
As mentioned before, if you want to have something usable, not to mention the bloated binary once you compile it. Python is NOT the way to go about this and it looks to me that you're just too lazy to learn WinAPI calls and do raw C++.
I suppose it's good for prototyping, but nothing more when it comes to malware.

derp
Uhh... interpreted will never beat compiled, that's a fact.
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Hacking and Security / Re: They're hacking your Pron
« Last post by syntax990 on March 25, 2015, 06:48:56 pm »
It now seems even watching porn requires protection from infection.
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General discussion / Re: Anyone Want To Code A Python (RAT)
« Last post by d4rkcat on March 25, 2015, 06:48:39 pm »
It's just a project.
I will properly think it threw when that time comes but at the moment its a project
Nothing more.

Actually these people are wrong, you can code a perfectly good rat in python, you just have to be clever about the way you code it.
The encryption can be done in a way that it must retrieve the key from a remote location you control, and you can make a system where you only host the key when you know a bot will be asking for it legitimately.
Python rats are awesome because they are easy to code, easy to write plugins for, powerful, undetectable (again, when done right) and extremely quick to write.
Don't listen to compiled language snobs, go and code your rat, it is perfectly possible and if you do it right, will be the same quality or higher than any crap written in C that is thousands of lines long and takes months to write.
PM me if you need any tips, just make sure you share it with the world so we can prove these people wrong.
 ;)
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General discussion / Re: Anyone Want To Code A Python (RAT)
« Last post by Cylar on March 25, 2015, 06:34:40 pm »
It's just a project.
I will properly think it threw when that time comes but at the moment its a project
Nothing more.
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When the USA and it's bulldog the UK, claimed that Saddam Hussian had WMD's, and they will lead an international collation to free the people of Iraq from this tyrant,we all know now that the only reason they scrambled for Iraq was for oil, and oil only. They didn't free shit, they made the Iraqi people more miserable than before. So America has the right to do this to protect its interests!

The U.N had ordered Hussian to relinquish all Bio/Chem warfare materials and to destroy the facilities that was making it. Hussian said he would do and and never did, just as the UN was about to move in with force he would apologize and swear to do it. After a while the U.S said "F this" and took matters into their own hands.


As for the Oil... The average American meal travels 1500 miles to get to your plate.
All the other crap people in 1st world countries buy travels even farther. If something happened to the worlds number
one oil exporter it would be catastrophic to the global economy. Hell yeah you send troops in over the shit.

I have nothing against Russia, I have a good deal of respect for it and its people.
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Hacking and Security / Re: They're hacking your Pron
« Last post by Teapot on March 25, 2015, 06:02:24 pm »
The new term is STI xD (Sexually Transmitted Infection)
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Hacking and Security / Re: Personal Privacy Concerns
« Last post by Teapot on March 25, 2015, 05:59:01 pm »
Yes *nix is more secure than Winshit... but that is pertaining to vulnerability's in your system and malware... Linux Mint is a good one for non-techie people.

But it sounds like your talking about web browsing... a VPN and some encryption.
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