We regularly post articles about how to attach a spy program (redpill install module) to an email. Email service providers like gmail are continuously improving their detection methods and becoming more strict with what you are allowed to attach. For that reason, we have to continually look at new options of sending a spy program via email.
We will be looking at gmail for an example as gmail has the strictest policies when it comes to attachments. See below for the attachment file type policy of gmail.
Gmail will not allow you to attach an EXE, not even if you zip it. Encrypting the file within the zip file doesn't work either and even trying to zip an encrypted file within another zip file doesn't work.
So how do you send a spy program (or any application) via gmail? Lets look at a couple of options:
Using an encrypted RAR file.
You could use WinRar and then choose to encrypt the filename as well (winrar can also create zip files and encrypt the file inside a zip file … but no…
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