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Labeless Part 5: Decrypt Strings in Boleto Banking Malware
'UTF-16LE Encoding' tutorial was cited in a research.checkpoint.com article in 2018.
The UTF-16LE Encoding tutorial was cited in a research.checkpoint.com article in 2018.
Subject: Labeless Part 5: How to Decrypt Strings in Boleto Banking Malware Without Reconstructing Decryption Algorithm Date: October 3, 2018 Author: checkpoint.com Source: https://research.checkpoint.com /labeless-part-5-how-to-decrypt-strings-in-boleto-banking-malware -without-reconstructing-decryption-algorithm/ In this part we show how to decrypt strings present in the module of Boleto malware – without reconstructing the decryption algorithm. If you’re new to all this Labeless stuff though, please refer to the previous articles in this series as they will be helpful in explaining what’s going on here. - Introduction - Installation - Dumping and auto-resolution of WinAPI calls in LockPoS Point-of-Sale malware - Scripting: theory ... “LE” in “UTF-16LE” stands for Little Endian. You can read more about encodings here: http://kunststube.net/encoding/ and about “UTF-16LE” in particular here: http://www.herongyang.com/Unicode/UTF-16-UTF-16LE-Encoding.html ...
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