A Simple API Monitor

This is a simple Windbg script to monitor common Win32 API calls and display the strings, IPs, Ports, Registry keys passed to the APIs. The Win32 API is huge and I have used common APIs used by programs and malware. I coded this for fun 🙂

Usage: ApiMon.wds run; g;

You can remove APIs as you wish to minimize the output or you can add any API you desire. For example

bp DLLName!APIName @"$$>a<${$arg0} APIName FileNamePtr

bp kernelbase!CreateFileA @"$$>a<${$arg0} CreateFileA 1";

This is a sample output that uses CreateProcess API.

This is from running netcat.

Download: https://github.com/OsandaMalith/ApiMon
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Magic Folder Hide

This is a application which I coded in last year but I have forgotten to make a blog post. Using this tool you can create a ‘..’ folder in Windows and store your data inside it. No one can access your files using the explorer since the path is not valid, they can only see the name 🙂

This trick can be used in pentesting and is widely used by malware for hiding other malicious files. I coded this tool just for fun 😀


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