Parent class: Malware

Malicious tools are malicious programs designed to automatically create viruses, worms, or Trojans, conduct DoS attacks on remote servers, hack other computers, etc. Unlike viruses, worms, and Trojans, malware in this subclass does not present a direct threat to the computer it runs on, and the program’s malicious payload is only delivered on the direct order of the user.

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Class: Constructor

Constructor programs are designed to create new viruses, worms, and Trojans. There are known Constructors for DOS, Windows, and macro platforms. These programs generate malicious program source code, object modules, and/or malicious files. Some Constructors have a standard Windows-type interface in which a menu is used to select the type of malicious program, self-encryption options, anti-debugging features, etc.

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Platform: DOS

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Technical Details

G2 ('the second Generation in Virus Creation') is a virus creator. It produces viral assembler source of different virus types. The characteristics of the G2-based virus are selected by editing a configuration file. There are several options: infect COM, EXE or both; resident or nonmemory resident; encrypted or not; INT 24h hooking or not; COMMAND.COM infection or not; anti-debugging tricks or not; and other.

This generator looks as an enhanced version of the PS-MPC code generator.

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