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Atom Bombing is a technique that utilizes Windows Atom Tables, which provide a global storage mechanism for strings, to inject malicious code into a target process.
The technique involves storing a shellcode in an Atom Table, then using the
NtQueueApcThread function to force the targeted process to access the specific Atom, causing the injection to occur. To bypass Data Execution …
Some malware contains a built-in expiration date, after which the malware will no longer run or function. This can be used by attackers to limit the time during which the malware can be detected and analyzed by security researchers. In order to run and analyze the malware after its expiration date, security researchers must manually change the date on the …