is confusing. More research is required, but here are some notes:
Some research at the time treated them as aliases of each other.
The leaked source code is named "KINS", but only in archive names (e.g. KINS.7z) and GitHub metadata (e.g. repository names and READMEs).
The leaked source code doesn't contain the "Kasper" logo.
The leaked source code does contain KINS' base config virtual machine implementation (in configcrypt.cpp and configcrypt.h), but it isn't used or referenced outside those files.
The leaked source code uses DllConfig::getCurrent (which is very DynamicConfig-like, including webinjects) instead of the more traditional Core::getBaseConfig.
The leaked source code is version 188.8.131.52.
Samples are version 184.108.40.206.
Samples don't use KINS' base config virtual machine implementation, but DllConfig::getCurrent.
Having a look on the KINS Toolkit
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