Category Archives: Crypter FAQ

Common Crypter Issues

My crypted file is undetected but once I run it, the Antivirus detects it. The difference between a Runtime and Scantime Crypter A Runtime Crypter encrypts the specified file and when executed (ran), it is decrypted in memory. This way antiviruses aren’t able to analyse the file before executed and after executed. A scantime Crypter encrypts… Read More »

How Does a Crypter Work?

What do anti-viruses look for in a file? Here I will show you a very basic model of how a crypter works to bypass Antivirus software. Exe files are simply lines of instruction, and each line is called an offset. (This is a screenshot of Hex Workshop) Anti-virus’s have databases of these lines that are known… Read More »