LuPoRtMp.exe gioscris

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ntauro says: October 24, 2019 at 2:21 pm.
Jan 30, 2020

Der Wert ist den einmaligen Link in der URL. Sie wollen es hoffentlich nicht verwenden, wenn Sie es versuchen, wird es zu einem falschen Link.
Update: The content of the.exe does not change.
Update: The version of the.exe does not change.


That is not a virus! It is the installer to the plugin LupoSa which is intended to be loaded as a plugin for the DJ application.
It is downloaded as “LupoSa” or “SONY-VAIO-PCG-31311X-WIN-7” when downloaded from LupoSa.
It is not a.exe file that has been placed by an attacker. It is a file that the author intended to be downloaded as the installer to the plugin that has been placed inside of the DJ application.


Why does javax.crypto.Cipher.doFinal produce a different output than javax.crypto.Cipher.getInstance(String)?

I’m working on a JavaFX WebView application that talks to a REST API on localhost, and I’ve run into an issue where doFinal has a different result than getInstance(String).getIV().toString().
The key is to take the return of doFinal and convert it to hex. Then pass it through a standard string decoder and it is different than the same text that is sent to doFinal. If I just pass the doFinal output to getInstance(String) it will work just fine.
Here is the code:

import javax.crypto.Cipher;
import javax.crypto.spec.SecretKeySpec;

public class AESUtil {
public static String decrypt(String aeskey, String text) throws Exception {
Cipher cipher = Cipher.getInstance(“AES/CBC/PKCS5Padding”);
SecretKeySpec secret = new SecretKeySpec(aeskey.getBytes(), “AES










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