Monthly Archives: June 2011

Javascript Deobfucation Tools (Part 2)

In the previous article, I manually deobfuscated three malicious scripts. This time around, I’ll use publicly available tools to see which ones can tackle real-world obfuscated Javascript code. Here’s the criteria I used to select the tools: 1. Free 2. … Continue reading

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Javascript Deobfuscation Tools (Part 1)

Deobfuscating Javascript can be tricky so why not make the job easier by using a tool? There’s several tools that can help you deobfuscate Javascript. Before I get to those tools, I wanted to show you how to deobfuscate them … Continue reading

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Best Pack

ScriptKiddieSec broke the news about a new exploit pack called “Best Pack”. Rumor has it that this is the successor of Dragon Pack. I still can’t find the original Dragon Pack so if there’s anyone willing to share, please send … Continue reading

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Sava Exploits Pack

This is a new exploit pack that is being offered for free. It also goes by the name, “Pay0C Pack”. The author seemed to have combined exploits and content from various other exploit packs. Here’s a list of the exploits … Continue reading

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Deobfuscate Javascript Using MS Tools

Several readers sent me email asking how to decipher Javascript code without doing it manually. There are actually several tools out there that can help you. Malzilla, SpiderMonkey, and Rhino seem to be the most popular. But I found that … Continue reading

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