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pjstorm / openpgp.txt
Created Sep 25, 2017
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pjstorm / openpgp.txt
Created Sep 25, 2017
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pjstorm / openpgp.txt
Created Sep 25, 2017
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pjstorm / openpgp.txt
Created Sep 25, 2017
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pjstorm / openpgp.txt
Created Sep 25, 2017
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pjstorm / openpgp.txt
Created Sep 25, 2017
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pjstorm / openpgp.txt
Created Sep 25, 2017
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pjstorm / openpgp.txt
Created Sep 25, 2017
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pjstorm / trustzoneSoftEther.txt
Created Apr 8, 2017
trust.zone VPN client analysis: SoftEther engine
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I've been poking around recently in the Windows installers published for various heavily-publicized VPN services. In doing some automated analysis of the "trust.zone" installer, I noticed some interesting strings. Turns out, they're the configuration settings for SoftEther - because that's the actual technology the client uses to make connections.
The original installer, as well as hybrid analysis, is available here:
https://www.hybrid-analysis.com/sample/c64b63cd60026e0fa46da4ee8e044a1d6d3600b931bec13c4ab36a38dd2310c7?environmentId=100
It is interesting that there are username/password combinations hard-coded into this config file. While I'm not intimately familiar with the details of SoftEther configuration (it's a wide area of study, turns out), a few other items in this config seemed curious to me.
Anyhow, posting it here in the event it's useful for others - one never knows.
Cheers,
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