Protecting your programs from unwanted analysis since 2009!
Encrypts and protects your programs code
from reverse engineers, software analysts and crackers;
Your executable file code will be completely encrypted, each time with a random, hidden key.
But when executed, it will work just like before!
Maximum compatibility and performance
The small and fast C++ code will run on any Windows from XP to 10, 32-64 bit, including Server versions.
It will not require any dependency to run, just standard system libraries which come with any Windows installation.
Compatible with almost any executable, including .dotnet files and even dlls.
Forget the compatibility issues of dotnet crypters!
Unique variant for each customer:
Unlike in most of crypter vendors, each Octopus User gets his own private variant of the Stub.
The Stub is the code which incapsulates your encrypted exe file.
Each stub is the core protection of your executable, so an unique variant is send to each customer,
to ensure it will be always something never seen before to any analyzer or analysis software.
Most of the crypters share same stub with all customers, and this makes the stub code known by a potential cracker in less then 1 day. This is NOT the case with Octopus crypter.
When you acquire Octopus, you get a first unique stub, crafted just for you.
You can buy new stubs anytime.
Create Installation Packages:
Bind together multiple files and drop/execute them on a single .exe click;
Autorun file on Windows startup.
Modify behaviour if ran inside an analysis environments
to make analysis harder;
This will trick analysis software, and human analysts as well.
Octopus can detect various analisys software, such as Virtual Machines, Sandboxes, Debuggers and more.
When an analysis environment is detected, you can choose to run just some files and not others, display a custom message, or auto-terminate the whole process before it performs any significant action.
Download additional software from Internet when opening file.
Change file icon and informations cloning them from another file.