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Spycar

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What is Spycar?

Spycar is a suite of tools designed to mimic spyware-like behavior, but in a benign form. Intelguardians created Spycar so anyone could test the behavior-based defenses of an anti-spyware tool. Spycar runs only on Windows, the same platform most targeted by spyware developers.

Is Spycar evil?

No. Every change made by Spycar is benign, designed simply to measure whether your anti-spyware tool can block or detect the change. Furthermore, Spycar includes a scorebot/clean-up application that tells you how well your anti-spyware tool defended you, and automatically undoes every alteration made by Spycar. And, remember, these alterations are all benign, and will not impact the way your machine works.

Http://www.spycar.org/

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This would make me a lot of money if was a program that could be timed when it activated. Install it on customers computers and set it to go off every other month or so.

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Just build a program in C++ to run in the background at all times, and when that certain time of month came around, just have it grab all thne linkes and load them silently in the background of a process, that way it would cause the inevitable false flags... =)

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It doesn't have to be C++ either, it can bee any language that has system altering capabilities. If you make it, just be sure to place it in the registry or something so any AV's don't recognize your program as a virus, or you could always exclude it from the list.

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its a nice language, very portable adn powerful and it's programming on the fly which is nice, instead of:


int gameIntel = 0

 /*its more like this*/

portIn = 8080 

errorMessage = "Error at portIn, invalid port"

/* I don't think you have to define variables as anything*/

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There's a pretty good book out there for it if you're looking into network programming and such for it, it's called Grey Hat Python, it's on the basis of hackers, but it's got a lot of good networking knowledge in there, which is what you would need in order to pull of what you may be thinking of.

Here is a nice little outline of the book entails according to someone who read it:

http://carnal0wnage.blogspot.com/2009/05/gray-hat-python-python-programming-for.html

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