Archive | Virology


10 March 2008 | 6,314 views

VXers Group 29A Calls it Quits

It seems the VX groups are all destined to die out slowly, viruses for fun, learning and definitely not profit are on the way out. Like many other things its become a commercial market. The top infector this month being Adware for the first time ever, not a virus. 29A is one of the old […]

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22 July 2007 | 67,494 views

The greatest virus of all time

There is a virus on the net from a long time, the damage inflicted by it is unstoppable, or at least that was though, check it out yourself …just kidding, it does not exist but such a virus would be something great =)

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02 March 2007 | 5,545 views

the Art of Virology 03h

…finally after three months of inactivity (exams, parties and so) I made some time to write this virus and this article… so for the ones who read this series… ENjOY =) The Old School Virus Yeah, I gave up writting infant-b because even the [a] version was full of bugs, and had to logicaly restructure […]

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14 December 2006 | 6,060 views

the Art of Virology 02h

This is the one and only (and first article) which will present you the source code of a virus on Darknet, and a lame one too :) Theory again… First should mention a couple of things which haven’t been specified till now. This virus is going to be an appending virus: An appending virus is […]

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28 November 2006 | 7,467 views

the Art of Virology 01h

In this part we will discuss the basic framework of a computer virus… The basics of a virus consists of two elementary procedures (others will tell you three). These are: a search routine a infection routine [anti-detection routines] The search routine This routine will have to be a more delicate one [but not hard to […]

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08 November 2006 | 8,650 views

the Art of Virology 00h

This is the first part (of many others to come) consisting of basic a introduction to different viruses, some terminology and other aspects required before starting to understand or write viruses. Definition A virus is (taken from Windows XP’s Help And Support Center): A program that attempts to spread from computer to computer and either […]

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