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Safely Storing Exploits

by nick on October 11th, 2005

In my attempts to store an exploit on my pc (perl script), Norton kept deleting it. After some trial and error – I found a way to do it:

  1. Disable AutoProtect
  2. Save file to PC
  3. Add to zip file using WinZip
  4. Encrypt newly created zip file with 256bit AES
  5. Delete plaintext exploit file
  6. Enable AutoProtect

When Norton scans, it will not see this file as an exploit and delete automatically because it cannot crack the encryption, or doesn’t realize it’s a bad file. You now have a restorable copy of the exploit, without the ability for it to harm your PC (unless you take action to do such).

Happy hacking.

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