We used the famous retail malware called Zeus Malware which was detected in the year 2011 as one of the most dangerous malware in terms of infecting computers (PCs). This malware has infected more than 10 million computers worldwide. We will be discussing about cracking and patching of Zeus Malware. The disassembled code is shown below.
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To crack the final version of our chosen executable, we need to create a “record” of our process. The strategy to crack the binary is similar to cracking a password. This means we will generate a guess and check strategy for our password by trial and error.
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Cracking License Licenses
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Cracking the License
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