REMnux: A Linux Distribution for Reverse-Engineering Malware

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    • #5304
      blackazarro
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      This just came out today:

      REMnux is a lightweight Linux distribution for assisting malware analysts in reverse-engineering malicious software. The distribution is based on Ubuntu and is maintained by Lenny Zeltser.

      Download it here.

    • #33584
      caissyd
      Participant

      Very interesting, thanks nebu10z!

      This distro can do more than Reverse Engineering:

      Malware Analysis Tools Set Up On REMnux

      Analyzing Flash malware: swftools, flasm, flare

      Analyzing IRC bots: IRC server (Inspire IRCd) and client (Irssi). To launch the IRC server, type “ircd start”; to shut it down “ircd stop”. To launch the IRC client, type “irc”.

      Network-monitoring and interactions: Wireshark, Honeyd, INetSim, fakedns and fakesmtp scripts, NetCat

      JavaScript deobfuscation: Firefox with Firebug, NoScript and JavaScript Deobfuscator extensions, Rhino debugger, two versions of patched SpiderMonkey, Windows Script Decoder, Jsunpack-n

      Interacting with web malware in the lab: TinyHTTPd, Paros proxy

      Analyzing shellcode: gdb, objdump, Radare (hex editor+disassembler), shellcode2exe

      Dealing with protected executables: upx, packerid, bytehist, xorsearch, TRiD

      Malicious PDF analysis: Dider’s PDF tools, Origami framework, Jsunpack-n, pdftk

      Memory forensics: Volatility Framework and malware-related plugins

      Miscellaneous: unzip, strings, ssdeep, feh image viewer, SciTE text editor, OpenSSH server

      I will take a look at it soon…

    • #33585
      Anonymous
      Participant

      Lenny has been giving this out at his GREM courses for quite awhile. Nice to see that it is now publicly available.

    • #33586
      wmburke
      Participant

      Very Coooool thanks for the info  😉

    • #33587
      dante
      Participant

      Even old posts in ethical-hacker.net are valuable.. Will download it right away… Thanks for bring this up back again  H0nd0CSI

    • #33588
      putosusio
      Participant

      Unfortunately, I may need to this soon.

      Curse you chinese hackers … well thank you in a sort of twisted way.  At least the malware is on a test system.

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