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Malware Reverse Engineering – Part II

While most tools for MRE are staightforward, some of them require time, patience, and skills to show the full power. For static analysis, this means IDA; for dynamic analysis, it is OllyDbg (and WinDbg for Windows kernel debugging). In this … Continue reading

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Malware Reverse Engineering – Part I

I took a “Malware Reverse Engineering (MRE)” class last semeter and it was fun to me, partially because I was not a Windows person, though I am still not. What seems ridiculous to me is how trivial one can write … Continue reading

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