[SANS ISC] Code Reuse In the Malware Landscape

I published the following diary on isc.sans.edu: “Code Reuse In the Malware Landscape“:

Code re-use is classic behavior for many developers and this looks legit: Why reinvent the wheel if you can find some pieces of code that do what you are trying to achieve? If you publish a nice piece of code on platforms like GitHub, there are chances that your project will be used and sometimes forked by other developers who will add features, fix issues, etc. That’s the magic of the Internet. But attackers are also looking for interesting code to borrow on GitHub. A few weeks ago, I wrote a diary about Excel Add-In’s used to distribute malware… [Read more]

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