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Dll injection through registry modification of NLS code page ID is a technique used by malware to inject a malicious DLL into a process by modifying the NLS code page ID in the registry.
There are two ways to accomplish this technique:
1. Calling the
SetThreadLocale function and setting up an export function named
NlsDllCodePageTranslation, where the main payload …
Code transposition is a technique used by malware authors to evade detection and analysis by rearranging the instructions of a piece of code without changing its behavior. This technique is used to make the code more difficult to read and understand for disassemblers and reverse engineers, as well as to hide the true intent of the code.
There are two …
Opcode obfuscation is an anti-disassembling technique that involves modifying the opcodes of a program's machine language instructions in order to make it more difficult for a disassembler to accurately reconstruct the original instructions. This can be done in a variety of ways, such as by using equivalent but different opcodes for the same operation, by adding additional instructions or data …