Recursive File Search in C | Source Code

This source code below is written by se7en from LeetCoders.  It is capable of running through the enter C drive in 8 seconds on my computer finding more than 230,000 files.  Although the downside of it is that it costs quite an amount of CPU usage during its process.  You might try to optimize it by placing Sleep function or something that is possible in reducing the CPU usage. Read the rest of this entry »

HTTP File Downloader for Linux and Windows in C | Source Code

A member in HackForums by the handle Jakash3 has posted a source code on how to download files from the Internet that can be compiled in both Linux and Windows.  Another great feature is that it supports IPv6. Read the rest of this entry »

The official way of writing a crypter in C | Source Code

mindlessdeath, a member from HackForums have posted a thread regarding how to write a crypter in C!  I find this source code a very good example for people that are trying to learn to write their own crypter.  Compared to any other source codes that are posted on the internet, the author of this source code gave a very detailed information on each line on what the statements does.  In order to use this source code without much trouble, there are some prerequisites that was mentioned by the author himself.  Read the rest of this entry »

Decrypt Firefox 3.5 and 3.6 stored passwords in C | Source Code | Application

If you have already decrypted passwords for Firefox 1, 2 and 3 (if you need them, it’s here), here is the source code in C that helps you decrypt Firefox passwords for version 3.5 and 3.6!  This source code is written by ZeR0 from  This source code is generally open source by the author but the terms of use is to give credits if you use it.

Download source code here (link removed).
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Clone or Copy File in C

Generally there was someone in one of the forums i am on was asking how to duplicate a file.  So basically this little post i made up was to help this guy.  There are fundamentally few ways so i will write them up in code tags below. Read the rest of this entry »

Listing processes for all users in C

While i was searching online for a way to display processes for all users, i came across this source code which was coded profesionally.  The source code can be found here.  Be sure to check their homepage here too for more source codes.

Win32 samples

Today i came across a very interesting website while searching for a method to display processes for all users!   This website, provides alot of useful information coded in C!  As a C/C++ programmer, it is highly suggested to give this website a visit!  As for the source code i was looking for (displaying processes for all users), it is here!

Visit it for a better you here.

Creating your own driver loader in C | Driver Loader | Source Code | Rootkit

Technically, there’s 2 way of loading a rootkit according to Greg Hoglund when he wrote Rootkits: Subverting the Windows Kernel book.  One is called The Quick-And-Dirty Way to Load a Driver.  This method allows you to “load a driver into the kernel without having to create any registry keys.  “Pageable” refers to memory that can be swapped to disk. If a driver is pageable, any part of the driver could be paged out (that is, swapped from memory to disk). Sometimes when memory is paged out, it cannot be accessed; an attempt to do so will result in the infamous Blue Screen of Death (a system crash)” by using an undocumented API call.  Read the rest of this entry »

Placing an image file in an executable in C

If you ever wanted to place an image file into the executable or store any resources in it, this post will be able to help you.  If you have previously read Builder & Stub | How to create your own builder and stub in C (using Resource), you will be able to understand this post easily.  We are using the similar method by placing the image in the resource data.  In this post, i am creating an application that extracts the image that has been placed in the resource data and place it in a file and execute the file.  Read the rest of this entry »

Array of pointers in C

Did you ever have a need to store strings in a string arrays and not waste spaces?  In this post i will be explaining some of the ways that you can save yourself from destroying the RAM! Read the rest of this entry »