[Fun Challenge] KillMe.exe Persistence Module

Hello guys, so i just wrapped up this persistence module.

I’d like you guys to try killing it, then explaining how you managed to do so.
Yes i know you can boot in to safemode and remove the startup, i can counter that but i didnt really bother with it as it wasnt my focus when making it.

I only made this for fun as i was bored 🙂
It does not contain any malware, it wont knock anywhere. You should still run anything you download from hackforums in a VM.

It will simply add startup and protect it self from being deleted, terminated and startup removal.
Keep in mind this was just for fun.

Download:
https://www.sendspace.com/file/not5lv ^(http://www.rinkurajguru.com/goto/https://www.sendspace.com/file/not5lv)
(Not optimized for WindowsXP, for now)

US Russian Indictment

On Friday we learned that the US charged 12 Russian hackers on 11 counts. It is said that there are seven types of hackers: Script Kiddies & Other Novices, Black Hat Hackers, White Hat or Ethical Hackers, Gray Hat Hackers, Hacktivists, Nation-State Hackers, and Malicious Insiders. The sixth of which is the basis of this indictment: Nation-State Hackers a.ka. Advanced Persistent Threats (APT). Which, for those unfamiliar, nation-state hackers and election meddling is not a new thing…

After reading the indictment it is clear that the law is not fit for modern cybersecurity. These Russians are being charged with not just conspiracy to commit computer crimes (against organizations administering elections), but identity theft, and conspiracy to launder money.

This struck me as I. this is not the conventional identity theft we think of and II. this is the first time the US DOJ is trying to establish case law regarding cryptocurrency and crime.

I write investigative reports and I was just confused on what story to tell here…