kandi X-RAY | trojan Summary
kandi X-RAY | trojan Summary
This is the Android app for Columbus. It lives on users' Android phones and collects data every three minutes. Data is uploaded only on Wi-Fi.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Handler for receiving audio files
- Submit a payload to the server
- Deletes a directory and its contents
- Read file to string
- Serialize to JSON
- Gets the audio clip
- Gets the account id
- Gets the image
- Initializes the dialog
- Checks if an existing account ID exists
- Change the message of the dialog
- Request an account id from the server
- Record audio audio
- Cleanup files
- Called when the callback is complete
- Takes a picture
- Get the front camera ID
- Handler for receiving account
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trojan Examples and Code Snippets
Trending Discussions on trojan
I have an input file that consist of multiple nested dicts as shown below:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-03 at 20:31
You could do so by reassigning 'av_labels' key using list comprehension. I've changed your variable name to
a, as input is a built-in function of python.
I developped a C# winform application to import rows from firebird db
when compile i have a message from vstudio that can't access to .exe file then an alert message from kaspersky to notice me from an trojan
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-27 at 10:19
It just happens sometimes. We faced these issues several times with different applications and different antiviruses. Some byte sequence in your program occasionally coincide with known virus ones, so antivirus gives a false-positive actuation. Change something in your program and recompile it - an issue will gone very likely.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-27 at 18:56
Use axes as false and set them to pos zero
I have an ANTLR4 grammar that contains tokens for "filenames" and "URLs" but the language also includes strings and string expressions (which might turn out to be filenames or URLs). Is there a good way to call just the tokenizer on some string in my interpreter and see if the string is a filename or URL according to my token rules? I just want to special case those cases where the script I am interpreting has created one of those things on the fly, so I can treat such strings specially....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-15 at 18:09
As I understand the question, you would like your interpreter actions which receives strings which are constructed at runtime, to be able to take advantage of your lexer to determine if those strings are URL or file references.
Something like this:
I have a problem with the Mac restarting sporadically, at random events. It then displays a warning on restart on Kernels. (Ironically, as I try to save a photo from another source on the same error message that appears to add photos to this question, it restarted!)
This has happened since updating to Big Sur 11.1, introducing the push feature with Github for an app in Xcode, attempting to update Xcode to the most recent edition and having a trojan virus on the mac. I have since (fingers crossed) located and eradicated the virus through Norton Anti-Virus, quarantined and deleted.
Since then, I have attempted to upgrade my Xcode to the most recent (12.3). Through the App Store menu for updating, or recent purchases, despite clicking to download the upgrade, it merely displays a stop option with no progress displayed. It does the same for Microsoft Outlook.
After reading that it could be hardware (no peripherals attached to devise) or software related issue, I have uninstalled Xcode by dragging to trash and emptying the bin, to download the whole programme from scratch. Clicking the download from cloud option in the App Store, the same result occurs, in the Developer section and in the purchased section.
I have gone to the apple developer website to download the app, as recommended here: Xcode update stuck after updating macOS.
My first download of Xcode 12.3, through google chrome, resulted in the download stopping for no apparent reason around 69mb, with a warning. I attempted to download again, this time with the download stopping around 2.8gb, with the same warning as previous;
The archive "Xcode_12.3 (1).xip" is damaged and can't be expanded.
I ran an Ookla Speed Test returning 79gbps download and 7gbps upload speed, so I would hope it is not my internet connection.
The Mac continues to randomly restart, despite, when searching for OS updates, I am told I have the most recent....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Dec-21 at 16:09
Following a discussion with Apple Help, they recommended the following approach.
I backed up user data and files
Run a First Aid Disk Utility repair
Conduct a SMC restart by unplugging the mac and then plugging in again after 15 seconds.
Then reset the NVRAM/PRAM on startup by holding OPT+CMD+P+R immediately on startup until system loads.
The next step was to reinstall macOS Big Sur. So far, no need to as the restarts have stopped, and the app updates have completed.
I develop winforms program that works as alternative to windows service to do a notification popup, In main form of windows forms application I do the following properties: WindowState = Minimized ShowInTaskbar = false
when set this properties and run application the antivirus detects my program as torjan named: Trojan VHO:Trojan.MSIL.Convagent.gen
How to solve this problem, and why it occurs...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Dec-02 at 08:52
How to solve this problem
Exclude your source directory from realtime scans.
why it occurs
Heuristics, i.e. "behavior". An executable that tries to hide itself, might be a virus. It's an overzealous scanner.
Do note that your consumers may experience the same when they download your application.
So: exclude the directory from scans during development, and report the final application to virus scanner vendors as false positives, so they might include your app's definition in their allowlist.
I have a Json file from i read. i would to print the sum of 'total_signatures'....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Nov-15 at 11:49
This should do:
I had installed a c++ compiler for windows with MinGW. I tried to make a simple program:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Nov-12 at 16:32
This could be caused by two things
It really is a trojan, you downloaded your mingw from some places where its code was altered to add a virus inside each program you create. This is done for almost all the commercial compilers, all "free" (cracked) version have that code inside them, each time you compile your code the virus is added to your exe.
The hash of your exe for some reason matched an existing virus, you can confirm if this by altering one characters in your code for example "hello world!" to "hello world?" and see if it is still considered as a virus, if yes, there is a very high chance that your compiler adds viruses to your programs.
I'm trying to create an exe using pyinstaller for a school project but, windows defender seems to report a virus threat and blocks the file. I want to send this exe to some other people but i wouldn't be able to do that unless I fix this. So these are my queries- Why does the exe file get reported as a virus? A quick scan on virus total says that 16 engines detect this file as a Trojan. Also, is there any way to prevent windows defender or any other antivirus from alerting users of a virus threat , I mean, is there any way to make my file look safe to antiviruses in case it was just a false threat? And in case that is not possible, what are the other safe alternatives to pyinstaller? I'm just a beginner so any tips would be really appreciated. Thanks.
EDIT: as requested by @Pro Chess, ive included my script....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Nov-13 at 17:45
A possible solution for this would be to encrypt your code. There are several ways of encrypting your code. But the easiest one is to use
base64 or basically converting
I made this command where u can fake hack someone but every time it edits the message too fast I'm just trying to see how can I slow it down where it just plows every single edited message where I cant see...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-28 at 22:34
Your problem is that you didn't wait between the edits.
To wait between each edit, you can use this simple line of code between each message edit.
await new Promise(resolve => setTimeout(resolve, 1000));
You can change
1000 to any number of milliseconds you want.
No vulnerabilities reported
You can use trojan like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the trojan component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .
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