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SecurityXploded 2nd Quarterly Meet – 27th Sep 2014

Here is the quick update and presentations from our recently concluded Second ‘SecurityXploded Quarterly Meet’.

 

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In this meet, Raghav Pande and Monnappa delivered fabulous presentations on reverse engineering the evasive tactics of advanced malwares and SecurityXploded Team announced the launch of a new project – MalwareNet – crowd based Malware Intelligence and Analysis network.

Here is the link to presentations and video demonstrations:

1. Dissecting BetaBot

2. Reversing and Decrypting the Communications of APT Malware

3. MalwareNet Project



Here are the few snapshots from the session

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