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Reverse-Engineering of Malware | REMnux v.2.0
ReMnux V.2.0 is launched. It is a lightweight Linux distribution tool for assisting malware analysts in reverse-engineering of malicious software. Visit REMnux's main page for download ReMnux as a virtual appliance and as a Live CD. The distribution of ReMnux is based on Ubuntu and is maintained by Lenny Zeltser. REMnux is designed for running services that are useful to emulate within an isolated laboratory environment when performing behavioral malware analysis. As part of this process, the analyst typically infects another laboratory system with the malware sample and directs potentially-malicious connections to the REMnux system that's listening on the appropriate ports.
Malicious Website Analysis
REMnux includes the updated version of Jsunpack-n, which includes a number of new features, such as proxy support, improved handling of encrypted PDFs, and other updates.
Stunnel is now installed to assist with the interception of SSL sessions in the malware analysis lab.
REMnux now includes the RABCDAsm toolkit for reverse-engineering malicious Flash (SWF) programs. This includes:
- rabcdasm: ActionScript 3 (ABC) disassembler
- rabcasm: ABC assembler
- abcexport: ABC extractor
- abcreplace: Replaces ABC in SWF files
- swfdecompress: SWF file decompressor
Read More on Lenny Zeltser's blog