Malware.lu is a repository of malware and technical analyses for security researchers.
Malware.lu provides an expert team in malwares analyses and incident response for private and government entities.
Malware.lu contains malware samples. Malware.lu will not be held
responsible for any damage brought to your equipment, including virus
infection, caused by accessing, using or displaying this website or
by downloading any information. You are accessing this website at your own risk.
If you would like to download or submit samples, you need to have an account.
To request an account, please send an email to
ul.erawlam@retsiger with a username and a short explanation about "why you want an account".
Currently the database contains 5,572,622 samples.
The complete list of md5|sha1|sha256 can be found here
We are in collaboration with itrust consulting located in Luxembourg.
We provide a platform to create a community of security researchers specialised in malware analysis and reverse engineering. The goal of this project is to provide malware samples for security researchers interested in malware and virus analysis. We also provide an expert team to help private and government entities to deal with malwares infections and incident response.
Malware.lu team :
Paul Rascagneres (aka @RootBSD): creator and team leader of the project.
Hugo Caron (aka @y0ug): maintainer and technical expert.
Stephane Emma (aka defane): technical expert.
Julien Maladrie (aka miniLX): technical expert.
You can send us an email by adding (at) malware.lu at the end of our first name or by using the generic address ul.erawlam@ofni.
You can also follow us on twitter: @malwarelu and join us on IRC:
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