Taking apart the Energizer trojan – Part 2: runtime analysis

In Part 1: setup, we infected the system with the Trojan. It should still be running on the victim machine. If you haven't read that section, I strongly recommend you go back and read it. Now that we've infected a test machine, the goal of this step is to experiment a little with the debugger […]

Taking apart the Energizer trojan – Part 1: setup

Hey all, As most of you know, a Trojan was recently discovered in the software for Energizer's USB battery charger. Following its release, I wrote an Nmap probe to detect the Trojan and HDMoore wrote a Metasploit module to exploit it. I mentioned in my last post that it was a nice sample to study […]