Web: https://www.reddit.com/r/cybersecurity/comments/uccs6n/how_to_get_around_vm_detection/

April 26, 2022, 1:38 p.m. | /u/WarStorm6

cybersecurity reddit.com

I’m new to this stuff and enjoy looking at malware as a pastime as it’s very interesting to me, but I’ve run into an issue with one piece of malware that I’m looking at: it seems to have VM detection and I can’t get it to infect my virtual machine. I’m using the latest version of VMWare. How do I get around this and get it to infect the machine?

cybersecurity detection vm

Field CISO

@ Rubrik | London, United Kingdom

Android-Savvy Reverse Engineer

@ ARSIEM | Laurel, MD

Junior Information Security Analyst

@ IT Concepts Inc. | Washington, District of Columbia, United States

Senior Network Security Engineer

@ UBDS | England, United Kingdom - Remote

Software Engineer, Security Infrastructure

@ Robinhood | US - Remote

Mid-Level Research Cyber Security Engineer (Hybrid options available)

@ Riverside Research | Beavercreek, Ohio

Security Intelligence Manager, Incident Response

@ Atlassian | Sydney, Australia

Security Consultant, Professional Services

@ Amazon.com | Seoul, KOR

Senior Cybersecurity Architect

@ Lucayan Technology Solutions LLC | Tampa, Florida, United States

Application Security Engineer

@ PlayStation Global | United States, San Francisco, CA

Security Engineer I, Offensive Security Penetration Testing

@ Amazon.com | US, TX, Virtual Location - Texas

Cyber Security Engineer

@ GWA Group | Derrimut, Victoria, Australia