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Amber is a proof of concept packer for bypassing security products and mitigations. It can pack regularly compiled PE files into reflective payloads that can load and execute itself like a shellcode. It enables stealthy in-memory payload deployment that can be used to bypass anti-virus, firewall, IDS, IPS products and application white-listing mitigations. If you want to learn more about the packing methodology used inside Amber check out below. For more detail about usage, installation and how to decrease detection rate check out WIKI.

Developed By Ege Balcı from INVICTUS/PRODAFT.

REFLECTIVE PE PACKING WITH AMBER


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INSTALLATION

SUPPORTED PLATFORMS:

Operating system Tested Version
Ubuntu 16.04\16.10\17.04\17.08
Kali linux 2017.1\2018.1
BlackArch *
Arch Linux *
Manjaro *
Debian 9.2

BLACKARCH INSTALL

    sudo pacman -S amber

DOCKER INSTALL

	docker pull egee/amber
	docker run -it egee/amber

BUILD FROM SOURCE

For compiling from source running the setup file will be enough.

    git clone https://github.com/egebalci/Amber.git
    cd Amber/setup/
    ./setup.sh

USAGE

    USAGE: 
    amber [options] file.exe
    OPTIONS:
    -k, -keysize                Size of the encryption key in bytes (Max:255/Min:8)
    -r, -reflective             Generated a reflective payload
    -i, -iat                    Uses import address table entries instead of export address table
    -s, -scrape                 Scrape the PE header info (May break some files)
    -no-resource                Don't add any resource data
    -ignore-integrity           Ignore integrity check errors
    -v, -verbose                Verbose output mode
    -h, -H                      Show this massage
    EXAMPLE:
    (Default settings if no option parameter passed)
    amber -k 8 file.exe

On Docker
docker run -it -v /tmp/:/tmp/ amber /tmp/file.exe

EXAMPLE USAGE



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