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| RunPE Detector v2.0
RunPE Detector v2.0 Phrozen RunPE Detector is a security program, especially designed to detect and defeat some suspicious processes using a generic method. We at Phrozen Software do things differently, more creatively. So, when we set ourselves the task of creating a novel way of detecting, disabling and removing RATs, we didn't want to take the route every other anti-virus company has done before us. Phrozen Software studied the behaviour of RATs and discovered that hackers virtually always use a technique called RunPE. This technique spawns a legitimate process – often the default browser or a Microsoft system process – and replace it with a malicious program code directly in memory. Your computer is thus tricked and treats the malicious code as a legitimate process. The user and his anti-virus program have no idea that his default browser is effectively turned into a virus. RunPE is a technique that is used in several malicious ways. The two most common are :  FWB (Firewall Bypass): As its name suggests, this technique is implemented to bypass or disable the Application Firewall or the Firewall rules. Since most malware needs to connect to a remote Command-and-Control (C&C) Server, it needs to connect to the Internet via the Firewall. Since most users are connected to the Internet at home, normally the installed Firewall would prevent the malware from connecting to the Internet. Using the RunPE technique to hijack a legitimate process that is authorized to reach Internet, any malware could subsequently connect to the C&C without being detected by the Firewall.  Malware Packer or Crypter: Generally script kiddies – immature hackers - use a well-known type of malware that is already detected by most anti-virus programs. They then try the obfuscate this malware to evade ...
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