How can u get stuxnet binary?

Discussion in 'Anti-Virus' started by BAsM, Oct 5, 2010.

  1. BAsM

    BAsM Guest

    is there is any website which offer it or generally any viruses
    i think it will be exciting if we can reverse engineer it ourself
    instead of the AVs
    -
    anyone have idea?
     
    BAsM, Oct 5, 2010
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  2. From: "BAsM" <>

    | is there is any website which offer it or generally any viruses
    | i think it will be exciting if we can reverse engineer it ourself
    | instead of the AVs
    | -
    | anyone have idea?

    Simple answer to this...

    No.
     
    David H. Lipman, Oct 6, 2010
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  3. BAsM

    BAsM Guest

    thanks for your "simple" answer anyway :)
     
    BAsM, Oct 6, 2010
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  4. BAsM

    Virus Guy Guest

    Actually, the simple answer is - yes.

    http://tuts4you.com/request.php?3011

    Password: tuts4you

    Look in the subdirectory "stuxnet core" for the file:

    maindll.decrypted.unpacked.dll_

    Submit it to virus total. The result will come back (mostly) as
    worm.stuxnet.
     
    Virus Guy, Oct 6, 2010
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  5. By compiling the source code and linking the resulting objects.

    Yes, there are many do.
     
    FromTheRafters, Oct 6, 2010
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  6. From: "Virus Guy" <>


    | Actually, the simple answer is - yes.

    | http://tuts4you.com/request.php?3011

    | Password: tuts4you

    | Look in the subdirectory "stuxnet core" for the file:

    | maindll.decrypted.unpacked.dll_

    | Submit it to virus total. The result will come back (mostly) as
    | worm.stuxnet.

    Please drop me an email Virus Guy!
     
    David H. Lipman, Oct 6, 2010
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  7. I think it is funny when someone is looking for a virus while so much
    energy is being spent worldwide to avoid same.

    :eek:)
     
    FromTheRafters, Oct 6, 2010
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  8. By compiling the source code and linking the resulting objects.

    Yes, there are many that do.
     
    FromTheRafters, Oct 6, 2010
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  9. From: "FromTheRafters" <>


    | I think it is funny when someone is looking for a virus while so much
    | energy is being spent worldwide to avoid same.

    Seems people forget the charter of A.C.V !
     
    David H. Lipman, Oct 6, 2010
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  10. BAsM

    Virus Guy Guest

    Um, that's probably not going to happen Dave.

    If you're going to give me a tongue-lashing, you might as well do it in
    public.
     
    Virus Guy, Oct 6, 2010
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  11. From: "Virus Guy" <>


    | Um, that's probably not going to happen Dave.

    | If you're going to give me a tongue-lashing, you might as well do it in
    | public.

    NNTP-Posting-Host: 41.178.70.113

    http://www.faqs.org/faqs/computer-virus/posting-guidelines/

    UNWELCOME POSTS

    e. Posts that do nothing more than ask for viruses or source code. If you want viruses,
    look for them yourself.

    a.c.v is NOT a malware distribution point for unvetted personal requests.
     
    David H. Lipman, Oct 6, 2010
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  12. BAsM

    Virus Guy Guest

    Ask, and you shall receive.

    Information, Dave.

    It wants to be free.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Information_wants_to_be_free

    If we all work together, we can make it happen.
     
    Virus Guy, Oct 6, 2010
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  13. You could refer them to the pro-virus or source-code groups, then post
    your malware URL there. This group has become decidedly *anti* malware.
     
    FromTheRafters, Oct 6, 2010
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  14. Ignorance of the law is *no* excuse! :eek:D

    http://www.faqs.org/faqs/computer-virus/mini-faq/
     
    FromTheRafters, Oct 6, 2010
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  15. From: "Virus Guy" <>


    | Ask, and you shall receive.

    | Information, Dave.

    | It wants to be free.

    | http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Information_wants_to_be_free

    | If we all work together, we can make it happen.

    Asking for malware is simply against the group's charter.
    Malicious binaries is NOT information.

    Please respect the group's charter. Someting that predate's your presence and opinion.

    I for one have been participtaing in A.C.V since around late '94, '95.
     
    David H. Lipman, Oct 6, 2010
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  16. BAsM

    Virus Guy Guest

    This group is alt.comp.virus.

    Not alt.comp.ANTI-virus.
     
    Virus Guy, Oct 7, 2010
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  17. From: "Virus Guy" <>


    | This group is alt.comp.virus.

    | Not alt.comp.ANTI-virus.

    http://www.faqs.org/faqs/computer-virus/mini-faq/

    2) Many people have asked why alt.comp.virus is decidedly anti-virus in nature. Because
    of the large proportion of anti-virus producers and end users in the group, viruses are
    considered to be poor use of computer resources, and the open distribution of them to be
    irresponsible.
     
    David H. Lipman, Oct 7, 2010
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  18. BAsM

    Virus Guy Guest

    A charter that was last updated in 1999. What a joke.
    =====================
    UNWELCOME POSTS

    Posts that do nothing more than ask for viruses or source code.
    If you want viruses, look for them yourself. They aren't that
    hard to find.

    ON-TOPIC POSTS

    Discussions of tests of anti-virus products

    Posting snippets of source code to elaborate on a point or further
    the discussion is fine
    ====================

    How can any discussion relating to the internal mechanics of stuxnet be
    ok, even posting a "snippet" of it's code, yet asking for or posting a
    link to a safe sample of the actual item of the discussion is NOT ok?

    How illogical is that?

    I see nothing wrong with posts that ask for links to malware samples in
    this group. The inescapable fact is that anyone asking for such a link
    here is NOT going to be a threat to global internet users even if they
    are supplied with the desired link.

    It's the (malicious or devious) people that know where to find these
    samples and who don't ask where or read this newsgroup that you should
    be worried about.

    There simply is not enough discussion of the mechanics of current
    malware here in this group, and trying to put a damper on the idea that
    posting links to actual mal-code or mal-files doesn't help the
    discussion and analysis of malware, which is what should be happening in
    this group.
    I did not post a malicious binary.

    I posted the location where a copy of said binary could be obtained
    from. That is information.

    ================
    Post it on a web page or FTP site (as above) or in the
    newsgroup alt.comp.virus.source.code.
    ================

    Notice that the charter does not list answering requests for malware
    samples under Unwelcome Posts.
    The charter needs to be updated.

    A newsgroup is what we make of it. When was the last time George Wenzel
    (the author or maintainer of the charter) posted anything here?
     
    Virus Guy, Oct 7, 2010
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  19. BAsM

    Hos_poes

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    how do i open that .dll file?

    How do i open that .dll file?
     
    Hos_poes, Apr 2, 2012
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