Everything in one go
July 4, 2010

Everything in one go

When talking about new concepts, its always best to demonstrate them on something everyone is familiar with. In our case that's of-course UPX with which we are fairly familiar. It almost feels like we write one UPX unpacker each week, doesn't it?

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TitanEngine and LUA SDK
July 4, 2010

TitanEngine and LUA SDK

As we said in the blog dedicated to our latest TitanEngine release we are continuously working on expanding our SDK to support as much programming languages as possible. That is why the next major version update for TitanEngine will feature a support for LUA scripting language. This is it from ReversingLabs for this year. Enjoy the holidays!

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Your First Step to Reversing Nirvana
June 24, 2010

Your First Step to Reversing Nirvana

Security is notoriously disunited. Every year multiple tools and projects are released and never maintained. TitanMist is its inverse opposite. Built on top of TitanEngine, it provides automation and manages all known and good PEID signatures, unpacking scripts and other tools in one unified tool. TitanMist is the nicely packaged and open source catch-all tool that will become your first line of defense. The project goes beyond pure tool development. It builds a forum to share information and reverse-engineering experience built around the biggest online and collaborative knowledge base regarding software packers.

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Unpacking by hooking?
June 13, 2010

Unpacking by hooking?

Lets try something totally crazy. Lets try dynamic unpacking without total unpacking control, without breakpoints, without any kind of debugging whatsoever. Lets merge our unpacking process with the packer itself, binding them into one unique work-flow that collects information while the packer is executing. It's similar to what we do with debugging - just without the debugger. How do we do this? Can we for that matter?

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CARO Workshop Recap
June 3, 2010

CARO Workshop Recap

We had a great time during this year's CARO Workshop Conference held in Helsinki last week. Now it is the time to sort out our impressions. First of all, thanks to all that have made it to our talk and asked us many intriguing questions. Slides for our talk are available here. The picture you see above is from the brilliant keynote held by Dr. Alan Solomon. We absolutely enjoyed the keynote and Dr. Solomon's remark regarding the perfect antivirus represented by his three batch files.

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