Assembly Programming Basics Presentation & Updates

Here comes the update from our last local security meet (sx/null/g4h/owasp) where Amit Malik & Swapnil delivered spectacular session on ‘Assembly Programming Basics’. This is part of our ongoing FREE ‘Reversing & Malware Analysis Training’ which has been started since our last meet.



Duo delivered superb one hour session to jam packed 40+ folks who listened keenly even though it was mid lunch hour. This Session started with talking about assembly basics, registers, flags, instructions, calling conventions, stack basics, MASM programming etc along with live demonstration.


Presentation of the session is already online on our Security Presentations page. For those who could not attend this offline session, it also includes demonstration video (http://vimeo.com/36198403). Video is not visible on live presentation (issues with slideshare). So you need to download it offline to view the embedded video in presentation.


In addition to this, we also recommend reading our ‘Assembly Programming: A Beginners Guide’ which will help you to quickly started with ASM Programming. To make it easier we have put together all the reference links of past sessions (and future sessions follow) at one central place  ‘Reversing & Malware Analysis Training – Reference Guide’

Special Thanks to Amit Malik & Swapnil who have put lot of time and efforts behind the screen to deliver it in superb style raising the bar yet again !

 

Our next session will be on ‘Reverse Engineering Tools & Practical Reversing Part 1’ by Swapnil & Harsimran. So stay tuned for our next meet for yet another exciting session.

 

Now check out the presentation for this session and don’t forget to leave us feedback to make it even better!

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