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Both Windows 8 (x32) and Windows 7 (x64) booted fine without complaints.

I realize the method is probably most interesting as a steganographic solution, but in the download there also exist a signed executable (- Auto It) to show what can be done with that. But it is still somewhat disturbing that malware and stuff can be added to a signed executables. Actually it is possible to modify the code sections as well without invalidating the signature.

For instance, it may be possible to spread data around with chunks inside several files too. Is there something wrong with how Windows evaluates the digital certificates in executables? The new version also supports compression, encryption and timestamp manipulation.

In addition, a separate program is included to extract the hidden data.

I'll see if I can hide a movie inside the kernel..

Yep, hiding a movie (3,1 MB in this case) was very successful. If one can actually make use of the added code, then i agree that it a design flaw.

It now better detects file permission issues and if needed uses and to solve it before modification.

Also more error messages to show what goes wrong if anything. However x64 binaries can still be modified from a x32 environment.. I've always had Symantec and nothing else, so I don't feel like making a statement about the average AV.

So I've finished a Po C; The cpp source from the other thread did not compile, and since I'm not not good in cpp, I did it my own way.

Would you please be so kind to update the first topic with the Po C?

Extra nice points if you upload the program to our download center instead of temporary file hosts: New updated version added and included in the download center.

While doing some trickery, I ran into this weird thing, and thought it would be worth sharing.

One would expect that an executable that is signed with a digital certificate, should be impossible to tamper with without invalidating the certificate. Actually, when thinking about it, it may not be surprising given the design of Portable Executables.


There's more information in the included readme.