Epeius Crypter 2.5

posted 4 Feb 2010, 13:23 by Danny Rancher   [ updated 18 Mar 2010, 23:14 by Delphi Basics ]
Joining method: Resources.
Encryption: RC4.
Memory execution method: RunPE[XP|Vista|7]
Special Features: Resources cut into sections; Strings encrypted differently every build.

Coder: Counterstrikewi
Website: www.delphi.co.nr
Compiled D2007

Epeius was a character in Greek mythology. He was a Greek soldier during the Trojan War. He built the Trojan Horse, commissioned by Odysseus because Athena had told him in a dream she would be with him to help build it. The horse was hollow and was large enough hold 30 Greek soldiers equipped with all their armor. Interestingly, Epeius made the Trojan horse so tall that it could not fit through any of the gates of Troy. The trap door of the horse was fastened with a special catch that only Epeius could undo. After constructing the massive horse, he chose the other 29 soldiers that would accompany him inside the horse.

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Delphi Basics,
4 Feb 2010, 13:24