Tuesday, 2 September 2014

Ghost Protocol Explained

We previously posted an article that explained what Ghost Protocol is and how it works. We however still receive a lot of questions on how it works and when it is needed.

Ghost Protocol is needed to reduce the anti virus detection rate of redpill Agent.

If you think of redpill Agent as a virus, then Ghost Protocol allows you to create a new strain of the virus (redpill Agent). 

It is still the same virus (redpill Agent), just a new strain that is not known and not easily detected. 

When you create new install modules with GP active, a new strain of redpill Agent is created that is not known by anti-virus companies. Once installed, it is possible that over time your specific strain of redpill Agent becomes known and removed by some Anti Virus packages.

If you then simply reinstall with the install modules that you created the previous time you installed, then the installations will immediately be detected and removed. What you need to do is to create new install modules with GP active again, so that you again create a new strain of redpill Agent.

With other words:
  • You can keep on using the install modules you downloaded for as long as you want, but over time they might become less effective as that specific strain of redpill Agent might become known by AV companies.
  • You do not need to keep GP active all the time ... only when you create install modules. When you activate GP it will be active for 20 days (more than enough time to create new install modules).
  • You cannot download new install modules if GP is not active. You can however save the ones you downloaded and use them after the 20 days of GP expired. 
Your redpill Agent license does not expire. If however you want to download a new strain of redpill Agent (Activate Ghost Protocol) after your GP expired, you will need to pay for GP again. 
Ghost Protocol require a lot of continues hard work and the more customers use it, the more work is required to reduce the detection rate ... so it is only fair that you pay a fee if you want to use GP again.

Please Note: Even when you create new install modules with GP active, redpill Agent can still be blocked by some anti-virus companies. Some AV companies (depending on the settings) might block all programs downloaded from the internet or received via email that is not know (any new program). 

For more information about redpill Agent and other spy programs visit www.redpill.co.za