zorlar

How to run embedded file in memory?

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#1 ·  Posted

I have two questions.

1- How to run embedded file in memory?

Sample:

 FileInstall("updaty.exe", @TempDir & "\updaty.exe", 1)
$directory = @TempDir & "\updaty.exe"
Run($directory)

I don't wan't the file to write in hard disk. I want updaty.exe run directly in memory. 

2- I want to write the software when running in memory. 

Sample: the software named cleaner.exe works in RAM.

I want save in hdd when working cleaner.exe  (to run later)

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

I'm security researcher. I have many projects. I'm doing on pentesting. 

Edited by zorlar
Could you give me some sort of clear explanation why you want all of this? Jos

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#4 ·  Posted

Well as a security researcher you for one will fully understand the question and the reluctance to discuss these type of items in open forum.

Jos


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#5 ·  Posted

There 's nothing so scary. People are doing such dangerous things. If we do not talk about them now, we may be in trouble in the future. 

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#6 ·  Posted

That's quite a special formulation....  trying to distill what you are trying to tell me.
Let me assure you I don't need to have this discussion with you or anybody else to understand it's dangers and have no intent to make this a place to discuss doggy topics.

So let's close this and move on.

Jos


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