Deep Inside Malicious PDF

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By YELIA MAMDOUH EL GHALY When we start to check the PDF files that exist in our PC or laptop, we may use an antivirus scanner but these days, it seems they're not good enough to detect malicious PDF files that contain a shell code because an attacker will mostly encrypt its content to bypass the antivirus scanner and in many times target a zero day vulnerability that exist in Adobe Acrobat Reader or in updated version. Before we start to analyze malicious PDFs, we are going to have a simple look at PDF structures so we can understand how the shell code works and where it;s located. PDF components PDF Header The first line of a PDF shows the PDF format version. It's the most important line that gives you the basic information of the PDF file, for example “%PDF-1.4 means that file was created with the fourth version.....

July 9, 2015
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