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DDE (MS Word) infected document Detector #1
hey all

i shared lastday a tutorial showing how to hack a computer with advanced method via dde attack in word

so , my friend coded a tool to analyse and detect if the document is infected with a payload using dde or no
also extract the xml file contening the payload ^_^

u can check it here
https://github.com/9aylas/DDE-MS_WORD-Exploit_Detector
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RE: DDE (MS Word) infected document Detector #2
The tool (In the above link) functions well.

I'm not sure whether the exploit works on later/latest versions of Microsoft Office.
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RE: DDE (MS Word) infected document Detector #3
(02-10-2018, 08:39 PM)9aylas Wrote: hey all

i shared lastday a tutorial showing how to hack a computer with advanced method via dde attack in word

so , my friend coded a tool to analyse and detect if the document is infected with a payload using dde or no
also extract the xml file contening the payload ^_^

u can check it here
https://github.com/9aylas/DDE-MS_WORD-Exploit_Detector

Why are you using github if you're just going to post an executable file? Can you provide the source code for this in that github repository please. It's not so much because it's a security problem (I personally don't run anything on my PC unless I compiled it myself or it's properly signed), but that git is designed for tracking source code. Alternatively it would be helpful to members to see the source code for your projects. I know a few members who have been helped by my github (https://www.github.com/phyrrus9)

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RE: DDE (MS Word) infected document Detector #4
(02-11-2018, 05:10 AM)phyrrus9 Wrote:
(02-10-2018, 08:39 PM)9aylas Wrote: hey all

i shared lastday a tutorial showing how to hack a computer with advanced method via dde attack in word

so , my friend coded a tool to  analyse and detect if the document is infected with a payload using dde or no
also extract the xml file contening the payload ^_^

u can check it here
https://github.com/9aylas/DDE-MS_WORD-Exploit_Detector

Why are you using github if you're just going to post an executable file? Can you provide the source code for this in that github repository please. It's not so much because it's a security problem (I personally don't run anything on my PC unless I compiled it myself or it's properly signed), but that git is designed for tracking source code. Alternatively it would be helpful to members to see the source code for your projects. I know a few members who have been helped by my github (https://www.github.com/phyrrus9)

hey ^_^ , it's not my work , i told u my friend programmed this tool, i can't share the source without his permition.
well , its not a problem , u can run it under vm Smile
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RE: DDE (MS Word) infected document Detector #5
(02-11-2018, 02:15 AM)mothered Wrote: The tool (In the above link) functions well.

I'm not sure whether the exploit works on later/latest versions of Microsoft Office.

yeah maybe :p lol
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RE: DDE (MS Word) infected document Detector #6
(02-11-2018, 12:28 PM)9aylas Wrote:
(02-11-2018, 05:10 AM)phyrrus9 Wrote:
(02-10-2018, 08:39 PM)9aylas Wrote: hey all

i shared lastday a tutorial showing how to hack a computer with advanced method via dde attack in word

so , my friend coded a tool to  analyse and detect if the document is infected with a payload using dde or no
also extract the xml file contening the payload ^_^

u can check it here
https://github.com/9aylas/DDE-MS_WORD-Exploit_Detector

Why are you using github if you're just going to post an executable file? Can you provide the source code for this in that github repository please. It's not so much because it's a security problem (I personally don't run anything on my PC unless I compiled it myself or it's properly signed), but that git is designed for tracking source code. Alternatively it would be helpful to members to see the source code for your projects. I know a few members who have been helped by my github (https://www.github.com/phyrrus9)

hey ^_^ , it's not my work , i told u my friend programmed this tool, i can't share the source without his permition.
well , its not a problem , u can run it under vm Smile

If your friend wrote it then why is it on YOUR github?

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RE: DDE (MS Word) infected document Detector #7
(02-11-2018, 09:43 PM)phyrrus9 Wrote:
(02-11-2018, 12:28 PM)9aylas Wrote:
(02-11-2018, 05:10 AM)phyrrus9 Wrote: Why are you using github if you're just going to post an executable file? Can you provide the source code for this in that github repository please. It's not so much because it's a security problem (I personally don't run anything on my PC unless I compiled it myself or it's properly signed), but that git is designed for tracking source code. Alternatively it would be helpful to members to see the source code for your projects. I know a few members who have been helped by my github (https://www.github.com/phyrrus9)

hey ^_^ , it's not my work , i told u my friend programmed this tool, i can't share the source without his permition.
well , its not a problem , u can run it under vm Smile

If your friend wrote it then why is it on YOUR github?

because it's my idea Smile watch the tutorial here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b-q_n1T_T7U
then he coded a dde detector :/
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