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All-in-one linux malware obfuscator

It's been a long, long time since i last wrote an article. So i'm back with a new project. These days, during a discussion with one of my friends we were examining the idea of developing an obfuscation platform (containing a great kind of crypters, obfuscators and packers) for linux malwares or shellcodes that can take the executable form of an elf file (32 or 64 bit architecture).

Our goal is to bring together (or even create new) techniques and methods of malware obfuscation, only for educational purpose.

So i created the project's github page. During these days we plan the very first commits so stay tuned...! Waiting for your comments.

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