Practical Malware Analysis

Practical Malware AnalysisFree Download Practical Malware Analysis The Hands-On Guide to Dissecting Malicious Software Book in PDF written by Michael Sikorski and Andrew Honig & Published by No Starch Press, Inc.

According to the Authors,” Malicious software, or malware, plays a part in most computer intrusion and security incidents. Any software that does something that causes harm to a user, computer, or network can be considered malware, including viruses, trojan horses, worms, rootkits, scareware, and spyware. While the various malware incarnations do all sorts of different things (as you’ll see throughout this book), as malware analysts, we have a core set of tools and techniques at our disposal for analyzing malware.

Malware analysis is the art of dissecting malware to understand how it works, how to identify it, and how to defeat or eliminate it. And you don’t need to be an uber-hacker to perform malware analysis. With millions of malicious programs in the wild, and more encountered every day, malware analysis is critical for anyone who responds to computer security incidents. And, with a shortage of malware analysis professionals, the skilled malware analyst is in serious demand.

Practical Malware Analysis begins with easy methods that can be used to get information from relatively unsophisticated malicious programs, and proceeds with increasingly complicated techniques that can be used to tackle even the most sophisticated malicious programs. Our goal throughout this book is to arm you with the skills to analyze and defeat malware of all types. As you’ll see, we cover a lot of material and use labs to reinforce the material. By the time you’ve finished this book, you will have learned the skills you need to analyze any malware, including simple techniques for quickly analyzing ordinary malware and complex, sophisticated ones for analyzing even the most enigmatic malware.

Table of Contents

  1. Basic Static Techniques
  2. Malware Analysis in Virtual Machines
  3. Basic Dynamic Analysis
  4. A Crash Course in x86 Disassembly
  5. IDA Pro
  6. Recognizing C Code Constructs in Assembly
  7. Analyzing Malicious Windows Programs
  8. Debugging
  9. OllyDbg
  10. Kernel Debugging with WinDbg
  11. Malware Behavior
  12. Covert Malware Launching
  13. Data Encoding
  14. Malware-Focused Network Signatures
  15. Anti-Disassembly
  16. Anti-Debugging
  17. Anti-Virtual Machine Techniques
  18. Packers and Unpacking
  19. Shellcode Analysis
  20. C++ Analysis
  21. 64-Bit Malware
  22. Appendixes

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