I'm writing the Yara rules. I tried using regular expression matching to remove the gzinflate(base64_decode(. But in PHP, function names can be concatenated with strings. Just like this
There are various ways of stitching.
Except for trying to match
"." after every letter.
Is there a better solution?
Any help please.
You could create an array, then implode it:
$array = ["\$x=gzin", "flate(base", "64_de", "code()"]; $str = implode($array);
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