R77-Rootkit – Fileless Ring 3 Rootkit With Installer And Persistence That Hides Processes, Files, Network Connections, Etc…

Ring 3 rootkit r77 is a ring 3 Rootkit that hides following entities from all processes: Files, directories, junctions, named pipes, scheduled tasks Processes CPU usage Registry keys & values Services TCP & UDP connections It is compatible with Windows 7 and Windows 10 in both x64 and x86 editions. Hiding by prefix All entitiesRead More

Uroboros – A GNU/Linux Monitoring And Profiling Tool Focused On Single Processes

Uroboros is a GNU/Linux monitoring tool focused on single processes. While utilities like top, ps and htop provide great overall details, they often lack useful temporal representation for specific processes, such visual representation of the process data points can be used to profile, debug and generally monitor its good health. There are tools like psrecordRead More

K55 – Linux X86_64 Process Injection Utility | Manipulate Processes With Customized Payloads

(pronounced: “kay fifty-five”) The K55 payload injection tool is used for injecting x86_64 shellcode payloads into running processes. The utility was developed using modern C++11 techniques as well as some traditional C linux functions like ptrace(). The shellcode spawned in the target process is 27 bytes and it executes /bin/sh (spawns a bash shell) withinRead More

AES Finder – Utility To Find AES Keys In Running Processes

Utility to find AES keys in running process memory. Works for 128, 192 and 256-bit keys. Usage Open aes-finder.sln solution in Visual Studio 2013 to compile source. Alternatively use gcc/clang: g++ -O3 -march=native -fomit-frame-pointer aes-finder.cpp -o aes-finder To search for keys in process with id = 123, execute following: aes-finder.exe -123 To search for keysRead More

Cnitch – Container Snitch Checks Running Processes Under The Docker Engine And Alerts If Any Are Found To Be Running As Root

cnitch (snitch or container snitch) is a simple framework and command line tool for monitoring Docker containers to identify any processes which are running as root.Why is this a bad thing? If you have not already been to can I haz non-privileged containers? by mhausenblas then I recommend you head over there now to getRead More