First Session of Reversing & Malware Analysis Training

Here comes the first session of our much awaited ‘Reverse Engineering & Malware Analysis’ Training program.

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During last weekend, in our monthly local meet, Amit Malik and Swapnil Pathak delivered first session of this FREE training covering 3 parts

  • Part 1 – Lab Setup Guide
  • Part 2 – Introduction to Windows Internals
  • Part 3 – Windows PE File Format Basics

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You can watch/download slides of all these parts from our Security Presentations page.

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We have also put together reference section for the books/links/tools mentioned in these presentation. This will help you to easily and directly download the resources required for this course.

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