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Library contains functions commonly used in malware research

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Your bag of handy codez for malware researchers


  • crypto - couple of wrappers around pycrypto and other (stolen/borrowed) crypto things, so far:
    • rc2
    • rc4 + key derivation from m$
    • rc6
    • spritz
    • rsa + pkcs
    • rolling xor
    • xor
    • xtea
    • serpent
  • compression - same thing for compression algos so far:
    • lznt1
    • lzmat
    • gzip
    • aplib
  • disasm - wrapper around capstone and some additions ;]
  • malware - codez from malware so far,
    • isfb
  • winapi - various things related to windows api,
    • resolve api name from hash
    • port of CryptExportKey/CryptImportKey returning object from mlib.crypto
  • bits - various things that operates on bits
  • hash - some old school hashes used in api resolving
  • rnd - random wrappers
  • memory - useful class for operation on blobs of data, reading bytes,dwords etc
  • parse - parse all the things! especially m$ crypto keys


Do whatever you want with this, Just remember to credit the authors and buy them beers when you meet them;]


I wish…


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Enjoy and Happy hacking!

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