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Malware hidden in digitally signed executables can bypass AV protection

Discussion in 'Help Net Security' started by RSS, Aug 8, 2016.

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    Researchers have shown that it’s possible to hide malicious code in digitally signed executables without invalidating the certificate, and execute this code – all without triggering AV solutions. Tom Nipravsky, from Tel Aviv-based Deep Instinct, presented the results of their research at Black Hat USA 2016, but didn’t release PoC code as it would be too dangerous. Injecting malware into digitally signed executables To perform a successful attack, Deep Instinct researchers had to create two … More →

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