"Binder"

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"Binder"

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Hey fellows! i have seen in the download, there are some stuff called 'binder' can any of u nice guys tell what it is??
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Post by sternbildchen »

you link two exes together so u get one new exe.

When u run that exe both programms start. But most of the common binders are found by antivir programms. So u must find a not known one or code it urself ^^.

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oky. how to code it by my self?


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Post by sternbildchen »

hey i just started learning c++ ^^.

But maybe some of the other members of the forum could help u out.

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Post by bad_brain »

well, binded exe-files aren´t always picked up by virus scanners, it´s a matter of luck. if the malware code is embedded into the other exe sometimes code parts of the malware allow the scanner to recognize it and sometimes the code is "ripped apart" in a way evades detection. this applies for every exe-binder, because they scramble the codes of the files in a random way.
producing a binded exe which isn't recognized by multiple virus scanners is something for loooong winter evenings... :lol:

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