Malware Samples


#1

I’m starting to get into malware analysis and have been looking all over the place for different places to get malware samples. I intend on throwing up a honepot one of these days but haven’t gotten around to it.

Anyways, I decided to put together a list of places I have been getting samples from.

http://dasmalwerk.eu

  • Free without registration.
  • Organized kind of wierd, but has tons of samples to download.

https://www.hybrid-analysis.com

  • Free with registration.
  • Huge database with a really good search feature.

https://malshare.com

  • Free with registration.
  • Huge database, constantly adding new samples
  • They sent me a sticker once.

https://avcaesar.malware.lu

  • Free with registration
  • Haven’t used much, their search isn’t that great.
  • Allows for search by hash.

http://thezoo.morirt.com

  • Free without registration
  • Everything is organized well in a Github repo
  • Not updated often.

https://objective-see.com/malware.html

  • Free with registration
  • All mac malware

http://www.virusign.com

  • Free without registration
  • Ugly ass hard to look at site
  • Huge database

https://virusshare.com

  • Free with registration
  • Decent sized database, has some samples that are hard to find

I’m always looking for more places to get samples so if you have a place that I don’t please let me know and I will add it to the list.


#2

I have few links bookmarked, hope this helps

Creating a Malware Sandbox in Seconds with Noriben.

Reverse Engineering Malware Material


Reverse Engineering Tips

Course materials for Malware Analysis by RPISEC

Here are few vlogs from which I am learning

Malware Analysis and Reverse Engineering

Reverse Engineering Malware
http://opensecuritytraining.info/ReverseEngineeringMalware.html


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#3

Good resources, thanks for the share!


#4

You do a lot of malware analysis @sudo?


#5

Not really, I started learning it when I was into Binary Analysis. But I realized that reverse engineering is the prerequisite of Malware Analysis.

So I’ve learnt Assembly X86 (at least I can understand the instructions) and started reversing few binaries using radare2. I really loved debugging part of it (gdb & immunity works solid)


#6

Cool. That’s about where I’m at too I guess. Just kind of learning about RE and learning ASM.