Online Tools

December 26th, 2013

Websofia presents a couple of online tools that can be handy when you’re examining hacking scripts on your web server. Often, you’ll find that malicious code is encoded using either base64_encode or str_rot13, and possibly gzip-compressed. You could scan all the files on your web server looking  for base64_decode, str_rot13 and gzinflate, but you’ll get […]

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Websofia presents a couple of online tools that can be handy when you’re examining hacking scripts on your web server. Often, you’ll find that malicious code is encoded using either base64_encode or str_rot13, and possibly gzip-compressed. You could scan all the files on your web server looking  for base64_decode, str_rot13 and gzinflate, but you’ll get a lot of false positives in the bargain. When you need to know what the encoded code actually looks like, run it through one of these tools to find out. Saves you having to write the scripts yourself.

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