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Richkware Malware Creator for Windows in C# #1
https://github.com/richkmeli/Richkware

Use this for testing purposes; Good. Not causing mayhem; Better but frowned upon
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RE: Richkware Malware Creator for Windows in C# #2
Looks cool for learning but it looks like it was developed by someone with very little experience with malware. Nothing advanced, very common methods, good for beginners.

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RE: Richkware Malware Creator for Windows in C# #3
(10-11-2018, 12:55 PM)reGEN Wrote: Looks cool for learning but it looks like it was developed by someone with very little experience with malware. Nothing advanced, very common methods, good for beginners.

If I had an advanced malware building suite I wouldn't be publicly posting it...
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RE: Richkware Malware Creator for Windows in C# #4
(10-11-2018, 01:53 PM)thehorridness Wrote:
(10-11-2018, 12:55 PM)reGEN Wrote: Looks cool for learning but it looks like it was developed by someone with very little experience with malware. Nothing advanced, very common methods, good for beginners.

If I had an advanced malware building suite I wouldn't be publicly posting it...

Mimikatz is one that shows very capable functionality. There are a lot of open source tools like this.

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RE: Richkware Malware Creator for Windows in C# #5
(10-11-2018, 12:55 PM)reGEN Wrote: Looks cool for learning but it looks like it was developed by someone with very little experience with malware. Nothing advanced, very common methods, good for beginners.

Agree.

Nonetheless, It's good for experimental purposes.
@thehorridness, appreciate the contribution.
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