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What the best programming language for creating malware

10/23/2017 4:35:25 PM

Sive C-maq

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I don't know the rules. Am I allowed to tell people to go <redacted> themselves and rot in the hole that you crawled out of? If not, then I'll just say, "Oh gee golly! No. Why would you want to partake in malicious activity that's harmful to others? Why would you show up on SoloLearn, a place for beginners to learn programming, and assume that we're here to support your illegal, malicious activities?"

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You should totally learn ColdFusion or ActionScript for this. Mastering these languages will put you in the upper echelon of elite hackers. They will bow down with respect and awe for your super programming skills. I bet you can do some major damage in Pascal too. Just be sure to put your contact information in all your malware code so there is no mistake on who to credit for the awesomeness of your work.

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yeah..it is not that hard..some of my friends use python for key logger, ransom ware and rootkits 1.😎😎😎😎😎..I think python is the most effective one. to create key logger..you need pyinstaller..and basic coding to get into register... 2. ransom ware and rootkits are a kind of cruel and merciless. I think we should not try that..😬😬😬😬😬😬..you can study basic making malware tutorials on youtube by the way.. But if you are working under controls, you should not...if not, it's fine 😛😛😛😛😛😛 3. steps for programming malware are a. penetration b. hiding c. communication d. destruction I hope it will help ...😷😷😷😷😷😷😷

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@David ^-^ !!!!!

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Perhaps the lesson to be learned here is when asking a question that could be perceived as having malicious intent, be sure to add some additional context to avoid snarky responses. That said, if you have to ask the question, you are nowhere close in your career to begin writing malware for security purposes. Ultimately, it's not about the language as much as it is about the vulnerabilities and exploits of an OS, application, network, protocol, bad practices, libraries, etc. There is also the goal of what a malware's objective is to be considered for choosing a language. The language itself plays such a small role, generally speaking. It's about understanding how to mask the malicious code in such a way that it goes undetected. That skill alone is one most amateur programmers will never figure out. So it comes down to people copying other malware and trying to tweak them, never fully understanding what they are doing. Funny thing is, I'm sure many people end up infecting their own environments trying to study other malware because they don't know what they are doing. I've reviewed so many different scripts and find only a few to be ingenious, and most to be embarrassingly bad. Anyway, I hope this response helps if you are simply curious about this for legitimate reasons.

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Sup @Netkos Ent. I laughed when I saw your response.

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can't malware be used for penetration testing...some guy said that in their company they use malware to penetrate systems during the cause of pen testing...some create those malware and he is in the department of using them(he's a pen tester)...so if I want to be in the department for creating them should I still go and fuck myself??...

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this thing seems hard but I'll give it time...thanx dude

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thanks @david Carol bro...

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than you man

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do u have PDFs where I can learn python??...