NSDECODER – Automated Website Malware Detection Tool


NSDECODER is a automated website malware detection tool. It can be used to decode and analyze an URL to see if it host to malware. Also, NSDECODER will analyze which vulnerability has been exploited and the original source address of malware.

Functions

  • Automated analysis and detection of website malware.
  • Detection for plenty of vulnerabilities.
  • Log export supports HTML and TXT format.
  • Ability to deeply analyze JavaScript.

You can download NSDECODER here:

nsdecoder_gui_v1.0.zip

Or you can read more here.

Posted in: Countermeasures, Malware, Web Hacking

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