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Mimic - A Tool For Covert Execution In Linux

Mimic - A Tool For Covert Execution In Linux

What is "covert execution"?

Covert execution is the art of hiding a process. In this case, mimic hides the process in plain sight. mimic can launch any program and make it look like any other program. Any user can use it. It does not require special permissions. It does not require special binaries. It does not require a root kit.

Can this be detected?!

Of course, but only if you are looking very closely, or running a forensic tool that is looking for this sort of thing. The usefulness behind mimic is that it will prevent someone from becoming suspicious in the first place.

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