Ransomware: Practical Reverse Engineering

Ransomware: Practical Reverse Engineering
Ransomware: Practical Reverse Engineering
English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 1h 22m | 201 MB

Ransomware is a growing threat, and it's imperative that IT security professionals have the knowledge and skills needed to protect their networks and systems against these attacks. In this course, instructor Malcolm Shore provides an in-depth look at tools and techniques you can use to reverse engineer malware. He discusses how to use reverse engineering to better understand malware, and demonstrates how to approach static and dynamic malware analysis. To wrap up, he dives into a real-world example of ransomware— the devastating WannaCry malware—using this case study to help you better understand how malware functions.

Topics include:

  • Considering malware in families
  • Installing and running the IRMA reverse engineering malware detection system
  • Using the VxStream service
  • Enumerating auto-runs
  • Using netstat and Nmap to identify open connections
  • Looking at processes
  • Disassembling with IDA
  • Unpacking files