Shellter v1.0 -Updates-

Posted in Shellter on May 1st, 2014 by Kyriakos Economou

Please visit www.ShellterProject.com to stay updated regarding the development and the official release of Shellter v1.0.

All the new demo videos as well as any upcoming documentations will posted there from now on.

Thank you,
kyREcon

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Shellter – Official Website

Posted in Shellter on April 24th, 2014 by Kyriakos Economou

Shellter has reached Build 94… :O)

At this stage a few people have already received a copy of the beta release, and hopefully they will find some time to play with it and discover nasty and funny bugs.

I am also happy to announce that Shellter has now its own Official Website and I will start moving the project there in the days to come.

In the meantime, you can find the Readme.txt file for Shellter in its brand new home. So please take a look and use the email accounts mentioned there to send me some feedback if you wish.

At the moment, I am looking forward for some other good news that I will share with you as soon as possible.

Enjoy,
kyREcon

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Shellter v1.0 Demo Video #5

Posted in Shellter on April 12th, 2014 by Kyriakos Economou

—> Go for it! <---

Enjoy,
kyREcon

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Shellter v1.0 Demo Video #4

Posted in Shellter on March 28th, 2014 by Kyriakos Economou

—> Check it out! <---

Enjoy,
kyREcon

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Shellter v1.0 -Build 70-

Posted in Shellter on March 28th, 2014 by Kyriakos Economou

Good news for development, bad news for the new demo video I was about to release today.

After going through all the nice stuff I was planning to show to you guys, I realized, while editing the video, that a part of what I was doing was not recorded.

The cause?!?! A hotkey combination used by the recording software, messed up with Olly Dbg’s Fx keys.

The result?!? The recording had actually stopped, but I was happily going through the process. Epic Fail! :O(

In the next video I will demonstrate how a user can take advantage of the dynamic thread context logging feature during tracing in order to build more complex customized polymorphic code that relies on information retrieved on runtime.

Cheers,
kyREcon

PS: People going against our community, and against the people that try hard to keep what we are doing as a lifestyle, away from registered pattends and thinking patterns, should be ashamed of themselves.
These people must be ignored, and by no means we should ever let anyone again affect in any way what we do, and who we are.
Long live FullDisclosure and all sources of knowledge…of freedom!

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