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dwtf v1.0

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dwtf v3 is a fake DLL maker. It creates the fake DLL, based on the original DLL given to it as input. It exports all symbols of real.dll and imports all exports of real.dll (including Forwarder). It creates an area code with a JMP DWORD [ADDRESS] for each export and more.

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ElfStat

ElfStat is a tool designed for detecting any kernel level rootkit [or other malwares] that modifies the text segment of the kernel in memory -- this implies any malware that modifies the code of the running kernel.

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KsiD

This tool is designed to detect kernel rootkits and kernel malware which hijack syscalls and kernel functions by modifying the first several bytes of the routine to jump to a hacked version of the syscall or function.

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Kernel Rootkits

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Kernel rootkits are the tools that run in the kernel, hence making it really hard to detect. The entire operating system would be altered in the process, which would help in the process of hiding the fact that the system is compromised.

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Blog

Rootkit Analytics blog, would encompass anything ranging from analysis of rootkits, to something like status update. This blog is hosted at Kaffe News, which is part of the EvilFingers group of Sites.

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Hypervisor Rootkits

editorial image Hypervisor Rootkits in action

This comes under both firmware and hardware rootkits. The reason being, hypervisor is a virtual environment that runs on the hardware, but basically it is a firmware. Hence, we have drawn the line and dropped this rootkit in the firmware category of rootkits.

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Rootkits & Enterprise: Enterprise is a major victim to rootkits. What could rootkits do to them?[read more]

Rootkits & Home-users: Do home-users know the seriousness of rootkits? What should a home-user know about rootkits?[read more]

Rootkits & Information Warfare: What does the silent war of intelligence and national security, got to do with rootkit analysis?[read more]

Userland Rootkits: What should one know about userland rootkits?[read more]

Kernelland Rootkits: What should one know about kernelland rootkits?[read more]

ElfStat: ElfStat is a tool designed for detecting any kernel malware that modifies the text segment of the kernel in memory...[read more]

Syscall/Kernel function interception: This is a more stealth method of syscall hijacking without having to directly modify the syscall table; instead the first several bytes of the syscall are overwritten with a jump to the new code...[read more]

Syscall Interception: What should you know about Syscall interception by directly modifying the Syscall table?[read more]

KsiD [Kernel Symbol Interception Detection]: This tool is designed to detect kernel rootkits and kernel malware which hijack syscalls and kernel functions ...[read more]

IDT /dev/kmem rootkit method: This can be done using several methods including overwriting the first several bytes of the syscall with a jump to other code, or modifying the function pointers.[read more]

Hidden Process Detection: Hidden Process Detection [HPD] using Direct NT System Call Implemenation, PIDB (Process ID Bruteforce) method, CSRSS Process Handle Enumeration and other methods...[read more]

Hidden Registry Detection: Reason for Hiding the Registry Entries, Rootkit techniques to hide, and Detecting Hidden Registry Entries Using Direct NT System Call Method and Directly Reading Hives Method...[read more]

Hidden Service Detection: Hidden Rootkit Services Detection Methods...Enumerating Processes with 'NtControlPipe', Hook Bypass Method through Mapped Image, Services Enumerating Child Processes of Services.exe, Enumerating Services Registry Key...[read more]

Syscall Handler Checker [SHC]: This tool simply verifies whether or not the system call handler system_call() has been patched to call a phony sys_call_table. If a phony sys_call_table appears to be in use, a tool like elfstat can be used for further analysis...[read more]

Firmware Rootkits: Firmware is a small static code that runs on devices ranging from consumer electronics to anything that controls heavy machinery...[read more]

Hypervisor Rootkits: This comes under both firmware and hardware rootkits. The reason being, hypervisor is a virtual environment that runs on the hardware, but basically it is a firmware. Hence, we have drawn the line and dropped this rootkit in the firmware category of rootkits...[read more]

Publications: In this section, we are planning to list all the papers that we have published so far that are rootkit related.

Backdoor Ultimate Defender: In this paper (Backdoor.Win32.UltimateDefender.gtz - Reversing) we analyze install.exe that presents the typical structure of an Medium Evoluted Malware, with basical Obfuscated-Dummy Code...[read more]

Socialize: You could socialize with us by many ways...[read more]

About: Learn about rootkit analytics here...[read more]

Contact us: How can you reach us...[read more]

Our Team: Read more about the rootkit analytics team...[read more]

dwtf v1.0: dwtf is a DLL copying engine ... [read more]

Exploring ADS: Alternate Data Stream (ADS) is the lesser known feature of Windows NTFS file system which...[read more]

Installations [from RootkitAnalytics.com]

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Elfstat4481
dwtf3595
KsiD3142
SHC2337

NOTE: Our tools are listed in many sites and torrents, which makes it hard for us to track all downloads. Hence, we are listing only the total installations from our website.

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