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decomplier trojan in c++

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hi guys  I have ask in subject analysis  trojan written  in c++ as we know  We can analyze any Trojans  for exmaple trojan written in vb.net or c# or java etc There Such a Thing decomplier  In which we can extract the source code to see how it works descent Trojan tracks and data  attacker  But I looked for a way to extract source code  written in c++  but I did not find  Experimented more  decomplier Available on the Internet but does not work   Let me tell you about the mechanism of action of this Trojan   It is a built-in Word file, but the result of the formula is the formula  exe Of course descent path is  Temp  But I want to work  decomplier file Extract source code   Find out more information about the mechanism of action of this Trojan   Information also know the attacker  also host  port   ip    path coming down  trojan Is there a way to extract the source code file written  in c++ and thank you

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I'm sorry but I'm not aware of any open public sites that provide reverse engineering for malware. There are blogs and forums that discuss but most are not organized in the sense of a training facility. Sometimes you'll see someone explain reverse engineering of malware code but that is already requires a high level of understanding of C++

This forum is designed to help users detect and remove threats not how to debug and reverse engineer them.

Than you


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