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Shellcode injection is a technique used by malware to execute arbitrary code within the context of a targeted process. One method of achieving this is through the use of the
CreateThreadpoolWait function, which is a part of the Windows thread pool API.
In the context of shellcode injection,
CreateThreadpoolWait is used to create a wait object that is associated with …
FuncIn involves a payload staging strategy wherein the entire set of malicious functionalities is not contained within the malware file itself or any third-party file/network location (e.g., a web server). Instead, these functionalities are transmitted over the network by the Command and Control (C2) server when required.
This approach addresses three primary issues in malware development. Firstly, it mitigates the …
In computer security, a NOP slide is a sequence of NOP (no-operation) instructions that is inserted at the beginning of a code section. When a program branches to the start of this code section, it will "slide" through the NOP instructions until it reaches the desired, final destination. This technique is commonly used in software exploits to direct program execution …