Flare-dbg: Malware reverse engineering debugger script tool

Rayzer Rayzer at riseup.net
Thu Dec 31 10:10:24 PST 2015

Georgi Guninski wrote:
> On Thu, Dec 31, 2015 at 08:59:05AM -0800, Rayzer wrote:
>> Above my 'paygrade' but someone here might be interested
> I heard distinguishing malware from non-malware is hard
> theoretical question. Maybe the halting problem has something
> to do with it. Even "circuit isomorphism" is hard in practice.
>> Runs in WINE.
> WINE on linux??
> I am on beer, celebrating new year, cheers :)

If you put wine ON Linux it's liable to act oddly ;>

It seems to be used for Windoze malware.

Ps. I am on weed, celebrating new something-or-other 24/7/365, peace out!


"You might want to ask an expert about that - I just fiddled around
with mine until it worked..."

>> "Flare-dbg Tool: To Aid Malware Reverse Engineers in Developing Debugger
>> Scripts"
>> http://blog.hackersonlineclub.com/2015/12/flare-dbg-to-aid-malware-reverse.html

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