Reverse Engineering & Malware Analysis

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Reversing or reverse engineering is the
process to deeply analyze software/program in order to understand its
funtionality and to identify the components and structure of a
particular software. By doing reverse the behavior of a program can
be identified, hence malware and viruses can be identified through
reverse engineering. Malware analysis is a practical demonstration of
reverse engineering, it means to analyze a malware to find its
behavior and sources. 

The objective of malware analysis might
be differ and it depends on multiple factors. Following is the
training material that has been created by SecurityXploded, although
they have created this material a year ago but it is still useful to
understand the topic; this is why we are sharing this particular
training material because it will enhance your knowledge and skills.
Obviously thanks to SecurityXploded for creating this course



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