- Easy Does It: Infection Files For All
There comes a time in every script kiddies life when they think, wow, I need to make some horrible infection files. Of course, there are people out there who cater to these desires with increasingly slick infection creation tools. Take this one, for example:
Firing up the application presents you with this:
The interface is extremely slick and even has a panel where you can get updates on the latest news. Currently, it says (translated from German):
Sun. Version 2 is finally Releast. Done a lot, we have given you the Stealen as simple as possible.
Added to V2:
-- Email function now Dynamic
-- Skin Changer
-- News window
-- Improved Method Steam Steal
-- PC Info Stealing
-- Icon Changer
-- Delete server after launching "fixed.
-- "Hide server after Launching"
-- "Invisible server in Task Manager"
-- "Kill Antivirus System"
-- Server Downloader erstellbar
Here, the anti-virus Kill List: http://xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx"
Yep, there's an anti-virus kill list (quite a large one, too). Here's a small portion:
The "Extras" folder contains a number of fake icons you can use for your brand new infection file:
As you can see, there are numerous avenues of scammery and social engineering you can pursue when using this program. You can tell it to target certain kinds of user data to steal, delete the file once activated, disable firewalls and task manager - they even include push-button access to take you to sites where you can create email addresses / server accounts to send stolen data once obtained. Here's my infection file:
Once the file is run by the victim, they'll see your custom-made error message to make them think they simply have a faulty download:
At that point, the infected PC is all yours and you can beam home the data to the accounts specified in the application:
...or at least, it would do if it didn't break every time it attempted to send home stolen data:
Hopefully, this crippled EMail functionality will lessen the damage done in terms of stolen personal information from the PCs of victims. At least for a while...