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Help How to hide that i am using Virtualbox?

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Hello, i have a problem, some servers detect that i am using virtualmachine and l2exe is not start.

 

I tried already the known methods of regedit edit but still didnt worked, any idea?

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VM detection can be done in so many ways, looking at processes, files, registry, drivers, devices and other things, google how malware detect VMs and u can see for yourself.

 

Without reversing the l2.exe u cannot know. It could be as simple as looking at the name of your emulated graphics/sound/mobo chip, but could also be something more complex.

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6 minutes ago, sepultribe said:

VM detection can be done in so many ways, looking at processes, files, registry, drivers, devices and other things, google how malware detect VMs and u can see for yourself.

 

Without reversing the l2.exe u cannot know. It could be as simple as looking at the name of your emulated graphics/sound/mobo chip, but could also be something more complex.

 

thumbs up to this guy, he knows his shit

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11 hours ago, sepultribe said:

VM detection can be done in so many ways, looking at processes, files, registry, drivers, devices and other things, google how malware detect VMs and u can see for yourself.

 

Without reversing the l2.exe u cannot know. It could be as simple as looking at the name of your emulated graphics/sound/mobo chip, but could also be something more complex.

Thank you very much Sir

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yeah lol antivirus isn't gonna play nice with any tools for hardening a VM cuz #1 use for it is malware so you take it as you want pretty much

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