theZoo aka Malware DB

2015-01-20T02:41:10
ID N0WHERE:26198
Type n0where
Reporter N0where
Modified 2015-01-20T02:41:10

Description

theZoo is a project created to make the possibility of malware analysis open and available to the public. Since we have found out that almost all versions of malware are very hard to come by in a way which will allow analysis we have decided to gather all of them for you in an available and safe way.

theZoo logo theZoo’s purpose is to allow the study of malware and enable people who are interested in malware analysis or maybe even as a part of their job to have access to live malware, analyse the ways they operate and maybe even enable advanced and savvy people to block specific malwares within their own environment.

_ Please remember that these are live and dangerous malware! They come encrypted and locked for a reason! Do NOT run them unless you are absolutely sure of what you are doing! They are to be used only for educational purposes (and we mean that!) !!! _

We recommend running them in a VM which has no internet connection (or an internal virtual network if you must) and without guest additions or any equivalents. Some of them are worms and will automatically try to spread out. Running them unconstrained meaning the you will infect yourself or others with vicious and dangerous malwares!!!

Documentation and Notes

Background:

The idea behind theZoo is to allow it to be modular and let you add malware of your own. Each malware should have a directory of it’s own.

Root Files:

Since version 0.42 theZoo have been going dramatic changes. It now runs in both CLI and ARGVS mode. You can call the program with the same command line arguments as before. The current default state of theZoo runtime is the CLI which is inspired by MSF. The following files and directories are responsible for the application’s behaviour.

/conf

The conf folder holds files relevant to the particular running of the program but are not part of the application. You can find the EULA file in the conf and more.

/imports

Contains .py and .pyc import files used by the rest of the application

/malwares

The actual malwares – be careful!

/mdbv0.2

Since mdbv0.2 is stable for the command line arguments (where as of 0.42 we are not yet completely sure) and since the size is relativly small we have left out the beta version for those who are interested in it or got used to it. In next version we will confirm arguments as should be.

Directory Structure:

Each directory is composed of 4 files:

  • Malware files in an encrypted ZIP archive.
  • SHA256 sum of the 1st file.
  • MD5 sum of the 1st file.
  • Password file for the archive.

Malware DB Structure

maldb.db is the DB which theZoo is acting upon to find malwares indexed on your drive. The structure is as follows:

uid,location,type,name,version,author,language,date
  • UID – Determined based on the indexing process.
  • Location The location on the drive of the malware you have searched for.
  • Type – Sorts the different types of malware there are. So far we sort by: Virus, Trojans, Botnets, Ransomeware, Spyware
  • Name – Just the name of the malware.
  • Version – Nothing to say here as well.
  • Author – … I’m not that into documentation…
  • Programming Language – The state of the malware as for source, bin or which type of source. c/cpp/bin…
  • Date – See ‘Author’ section.
  • Architecture – The arch the platform was build for. Can be x86, x64, arm7….
  • Platform – Win32, Win64, nix32, nix64, iOS, android and so on.

An example line will look as follow:

4,Source/Original/rBot0.3.3_May2004/rBot0.3.3_May2004,botnet,rBot,0.3.3,unknown,cpp,00/05/2004,x86,win32

Source && Download

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