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Post by *alexanderwdark » 2008-12-10, 02:18 UTC

10.12.2008 2:15 GMT New version of DarkCrypt TC/GUI, more safe release, CS2-128 (+ drop) and KASUMI (+ drop), Rijndael with 256 bit block and 256 bit key (AES has 128 bit block)


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Post by *alexanderwdark » 2008-12-14, 08:46 UTC

14.12.2008 Implemented GOST block cipher (Russian GOST 28147-89) with 256 bit Skein hash key and original strong CB RF SBOX, also Triple-GOST in EDE3 block encryption mode (such as in 3DES), RSA-GOST EDE3.


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Post by *alexanderwdark » 2008-12-14, 11:44 UTC

14.12.2008 Option to store fake filename. Now, you can disable file hashing and file name storing.


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Post by *alexanderwdark » 2008-12-16, 05:53 UTC

16.12.2008 1. Add. implementation on new engine: Rijndael-128 (128 bit block), KASUMI-b (block cipher mode, CBC), CAST-128, CAST-256. 2. Cipher list now auto-sorted.

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Post by *Calvin » 2008-12-18, 12:58 UTC

Hi alexanderwdark,

There's a new version on totalcmd.net:
"wcx_darkcrypt_tc3_2008.12.18_v3.rar"
is it yours?

I've seen earlier talks about virus reports, so far i had no problem with that.
But with this latest version my McAfee VirusScan Enterprise reports "Generic Downloader.x" on xdc.exe.

Any ideas?
Calvin

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Post by *alexanderwdark » 2008-12-18, 14:24 UTC

Calvin wrote:Hi alexanderwdark,

There's a new version on totalcmd.net:
"wcx_darkcrypt_tc3_2008.12.18_v3.rar"
is it yours?

I've seen earlier talks about virus reports, so far i had no problem with that.
But with this latest version my McAfee VirusScan Enterprise reports "Generic Downloader.x" on xdc.exe.

Any ideas?
This is very stupis problem of some Antivirus Software, some of delphi code + upx packer gives this result. I think, scan engines are not so good to exclude this buggy detections. As a fix, someone can send file to it's AV lab.

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Post by *alexanderwdark » 2008-12-18, 14:26 UTC

alexanderwdark wrote:
Calvin wrote:Hi alexanderwdark,

There's a new version on totalcmd.net:
"wcx_darkcrypt_tc3_2008.12.18_v3.rar"
is it yours?

I've seen earlier talks about virus reports, so far i had no problem with that.
But with this latest version my McAfee VirusScan Enterprise reports "Generic Downloader.x" on xdc.exe.

Any ideas?
This is very distressing problem of some Antivirus Software, some of delphi code + upx packer = signature collision or heuristic core engine failure that gives this result. I think, scan engines are not so good to exclude this buggy detections. As a fix, someone can send file to it's AV lab.
My DrWeb hasn't this problem. Kaspersky has. Avira too.

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Post by *alexanderwdark » 2008-12-18, 19:04 UTC

Kaspersky AV just fixed this problem. New virus bases / updates will be fixed. Thanx to it's virus lab for quick answer and analise. But many of other AV's (11 of 38 at virustotal), has it's buggy detection.

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Post by *alexanderwdark » 2009-01-06, 19:18 UTC

2009-01-06 Added NEC'S CIPHERUNICORN-E cipher.

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Post by *alexanderwdark » 2009-01-07, 07:33 UTC

2009-01-07 Implemented Diamond2 cipher (2048 bit key, 128 bit block, 12 rounds, CBC mode)

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Post by *alexanderwdark » 2009-02-11, 21:35 UTC

2009-02-12: Added fast asm AES (Rijndael) implementation - AES-G (256 bit key, CBC)

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Post by *TychoBarfy » 2009-02-16, 16:10 UTC

2alexanderwdark,
AVG tells me at any version of xdc.exe, it would be infected by a Trojan called Downloader.Banload.AGHP.

Is there anything to fear of it?

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Post by *alexanderwdark » 2009-02-16, 20:10 UTC

TychoBarfy wrote:2alexanderwdark,
AVG tells me at any version of xdc.exe, it would be infected by a Trojan called Downloader.Banload.AGHP.

Is there anything to fear of it?
Some AV's are buggy or have buggy engines/bases... It's needed to send so incorrectly "detected" files to AV lab, they must fix this errors..

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which algorithm?

Post by *dpl » 2009-05-06, 21:39 UTC

Hi alexanderwdark,

I intend to test and use of your nice-looking plugin.Before I go into deep encryption theory I am interesting in which algorithm is best of best ones accordingly to you (discussed AES Rijndael?).
I mean from point of view aspects such as unbreakable by any method and fast e.g. not consuming lots of computing resources.Thanks for good reference

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Post by *alexanderwdark » 2009-05-07, 14:29 UTC

dpl wrote:Hi alexanderwdark,

I intend to test and use of your nice-looking plugin.Before I go into deep encryption theory I am interesting in which algorithm is best of best ones accordingly to you (discussed AES Rijndael?).
I mean from point of view aspects such as unbreakable by any method and fast e.g. not consuming lots of computing resources.Thanks for good reference

There are best block ciphers implemented:

Twofish, Serpent, Rijndael, Blowfish, Camellia, IDEA NXT, Anubis, RC6, GOST, SEED, MARS, SAFER++, CAST-256.

I like Serpent and Twofish, AES is also good choise. But there are also lot of secure ciphers (such as DEAL, Triple DES, IDEA, Noekeon, SCHACAL 2, etc.), including some stream ones.

RC6 is fast and secure, perfect choise.

Now you can add custom implementation (put dll with block api interface in block api directory).

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