Application Form for session 2014-2015 is online now. To apply to this Mentorship Programme, aspiring students have to fill Mentorship Programme Application form. Please download the form here Application form is divided into two parts Basic Information Screening Questions #1 Basic Information – In this section students have to fill their […]
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Category: Reverse Engineering
Reverse Engineering or Reversing
This is call for sessions for “SecurityXploded Meet” on 21st June 2014 in Bangalore. As you may already know that we have announced a quarterly dedicated system security meet (http://goo.gl/JQaBPy). The focus of the meet is to discuss analysis and innovations around the system security area and to interact with the like minded people to […]
This is one of the most important session. We highly recommend the use of tools and plugins we have discussed in this session. Check reference section for more information.
This session will introduce some more advanced methods of analysis and detection. We highly recommend reading of these methods. Check the reference section for more information.
This session will discuss some protections added by the operating systems and processors to mitigate the exploitation, after that, also present some ways to bypass those protections.
Exploit is one of the most dangerous thing you will ever see in the history of computer science. It is a digital nuclear bomb. Now you can imagine how important is this session. This session will discuss some of the basic techniques of exploitation, some of these techniques may not work on latest operating system […]
Memory forensics is itself a complete domain in malware analysis. It is a process to identify the artefacts of malwares into the system after the infection. It is a branch of investigation and allow people to calculate the damage and risk of an malicious event. Check the reference section for additional material.
In reverse engineering understanding cryptographic functions and packers are the two most challenging and sophisticated tasks. In real life virtually all malwares use some form of packing so understanding packing/unpacking is one of the most important task in malware analysis. Check the reference section for additional material. We highly recommend Lena151 (see reference) material for […]
This session will introduce you with our first practical reversing class. If you are completely new to reverse engineering then mark this session as your reference. Understand each word of this session and explore them offline. Check the reference section for additional material. <
Some tools like ollydbg, IDA pro etc. are little bit complex and may not make much sense at first. The most important part in reverse engineering is to deeply understand your tools. The 50% of success depends on the tools and rest is on your knowledge and experience. Check the help files (for example: ollydbg […]