Using .net to bypass AV

3 minute read Feb 23, 2012 Comments
I’ve read a ton of articles on bypassing Antivirus software when trying to run shellcode on machines. There’s just a ton available. These are just a few examples: I was recently working with some Windows web-servers, which had enabled, but not any other useful language. I had recently read about PowerSyringe, so I started tinkering with making some shellcode run similarly. I ended up finding out that I couldn’t do what I was wanting to do in ASP.

Finding DLL files in the GAC

1 minute read Oct 14, 2011 Comments
So last night I was working on a project where I needed a specific version of a .net assembly that was installed somewhere on my system, but I could not locate it by a common search. Whenever I would open up C:\Windows\Assembly\ I could see the file and the multiple versions that I had installed. However, from that window, you can not copy the files out. All I wanted, was to copy the file to my local source branch, and include it in source control.