What is a Crypter?
A Crypter is a software encryption which encrypts your viruses, keyloggers, RATS or any other hacking tool from becoming detected by Antiviruses. A Crypter makes Antiviruses pretty much useless. This is because when encrypting any malware tool, the Crypter uses various encryption methods to bypass Antiviruses from analysing the output.
What does Scantime and Runtime mean?
Scantime is a method used to bypass Antiviruses from analysing your encrypted files, while real time protection is enabled.Runtime is used to bypass Antiviruses when the encrypted file is executed. The Runtime method then decrypts the encryption in the memory. Generally all Crypters use the Scantime and Runtime method.
What is the Stub?
The Stub is packed with junk or undetected code to help your encrypted file stay fully undetected for some time or maybe even weeks. When the stub eventually becomes detected, the file becomes detected by antiviruses when executed on the machine.