Amber is a position-independent(reflective) PE loader that enables in-memory execution of native PE files(EXE, DLL, SYS...). It enables stealthy in-memory payload deployment that can be used to bypass anti-virus, firewall, IDS, IPS products, and application white-listing mitigations. Reflective payloads generated by Amber can either be staged from a remote server or executed directly in memory much like a generic shellcode. By default, every generated payload is encoded using the new generation SGN encoder. Amber uses CRC32_API and IAT_API for inconspicuously resolving the Windows API function addresses. After the PE file is loaded and executed in memory, the reflective payload is erased for evading memory scanners.
Developed By Ege Balcı @PRODAFT.
Pre-compiled binaries can be found under releases.
Building From Source
go get github.com/EgeBalci/amber
docker pull egee/amber docker run -it egee/amber
The following table lists switches supported by the amber.
|-build||bool||Build EXE stub that executes the generated reflective payload|
|-e||int||Number of times to encode the generated reflective payload|
|-f||string||Input PE file.|
|-iat||bool||Use IAT API resolver block instead of CRC API resolver block|
|-ignore-checks||bool||Ignore integrity check errors.|
|-max||int||Maximum number of bytes for obfuscation (default 5)|
|-stub||string||Use custom stub file for executing the generated reflective payload (currently very unstable)|
- Generate reflective payload.
amber -f test.exe
- Generate reflective payload and build EXE stub for executing it.
amber -build -f test.exe
docker run -it -v /tmp/:/tmp/ amber -f /tmp/file.exe