Tool and Usage
|Latest release||1.3 |
Viper organizes the malware samples and exploits you found over time. It calls itself "Metasploit for malware researchers". Viper has a terminal interface to store, search and analyze files. As it is a framework, is also allows you to create your plugins.
Usage and audience
Viper is commonly used for malware analysis. Target users for this tool are security professionals and system administrators.
Supported operating systems
Viper is known to work on Linux.
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