Hacking the Malware– A reverse-engineer’s analysis
A nice, thorough analysis of a Yahoo! instant messaging worm by Rahul Mohandas, showing how he decoded the exploit, reverse engineered it, and it's effects. Very good example, and something you can learn from.
This paper attempts to document an approach on how the hackers make use of the vulnerabilities to install malicious software on the vulnerable machine. A comprehensive reverse code engineered analysis of the malicious software (Win32.Qucan.a) and the various protection schemes against the worm by various security products are also discussed.
I also describe an approach to setting up a flexible laboratory environment using virtual workstation software such as VMware, and demonstrate the process of reverse engineering a worm using a range of system monitoring tools in conjunction with a disassembler.
I hope this document will help the Malware researchers, Intrusion Analysts and other Security professionals to conduct a more viable and comprehensive research.
Source: Hacking the Malware– A reverse-engineer’s analysis, by Rahul Mohandas. Pointed out by B on IRC. Thanks!
I don’t think so that Malware is Hacking or Tracking of the Malware is that much easy, but still it is possible to be achieved if proper steps and measures are taken, before trying to Hack Malware, you must have through knowledge about Malware. And for that you can read this article and also http://www.anti-spam-info.com .
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If only there were more people like you - I've had something similar (or so my brother says) to this.
I have NO idea how to get rid of it except for my friend google's help.. oh and blogs :)
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Has anybody come up with the idea of quantum malware (malware that can take on quantum cryptography.
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