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HX full of virii (DOSX)

posted by DOS386(R), 16.12.2012, 13:00

> > Better idea:
> > - switch form ZIP to 7-ZIP

> Won't work. Most good ones can unpack various archives

1. F-PROT DOS can't :clap:
2. 7-ZIP will slow down pwd brute-forcing by factor cca 10'000'000 and prevent plain-text attacks :clap:
3. anyway, I meant use this one together with the other ideas

> just only password protect DKRNL32.DLL and leave others unencrypted

bad idea as the others may get wormed too at any time, as some of them already used to be in the past :clap:

> > - hide your HX files into something else looking innocent (PNG? OGV? ...)

> I don't think that will work. Lots of formats have subformats

It will. There are no subformats in PNG or OGV, and if it's done well, it's impossible to provide any evidence that there is some hidden data at all :clap:

Japheth wrote:

> History HDPMI
>
> 14.12.2012, version 3.17
>
> ■ bugfix: when int 33h, ax=000Ch or ax=0014h was used by a client,
> HDPMI might have corrupted DOS memory on exit.
> ■ Linker switched to jwlink (modified wlink).
> ■ new cmdline switch -x to restrict free memory to 256MB.
>
> 20.01.2009, version 3.16
>
> ■ Assembler switched to JWasm.
>
> 01.03.2008, version 3.15
>
> ■ bugfix: int 31h, ax=507h didn't return number of processed pages
> in ECX if function failed.

COOL.

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