by Sean Pierce

Intro to Malware Analysis and Reverse Engineering

 
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In this course you’ll learn how to perform dynamic and static analysis on all major files types, how to carve malicious executables from documents and how to recognize common malware tactics and debug and disassemble malicious binaries.

Time
9 hours
CEU/CPE
9 hours
Difficulty
Advanced
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Ask anyone in the industry and they’ll confirm: advanced Cyber Security training courses command top dollar. And top dollar training costs means that the majority of interested individuals are unable to participate. That means that otherwise fully bright and capable minds have been left out. But what if everyone had the opportunity?

If malware analysis and reverse engineering training was available to everyone for free, many more people would be able to build advanced Cyber Security skill sets, become eligible for better jobs and gain a chance at career advancement. Also, future attacks may be avoided.

That’s why we offer free online Malware Analysis and Reverse Engineering training. Because we believe that advanced Cyber Security learning should be free, for everyone, forever.

About the Online Malware Analysis / Reverse Engineering Training

If you’ve been looking for an intense, methodological intro training class on malware analysis, you’ve come to the right place. Our free, self-paced, online malware analysis training class provides an in-depth look into the world of malware and reverse engineering. Weaving complex methods with practical application, our training ensures the highest level of comprehension regarding identifying, isolating and defending against malware. Specifically, you’ll learn how to perform dynamic and static analysis on all major files types, how to carve malicious executables from documents and how to recognize common malware tactics. You’ll also learn about tools and techniques for “run time” analysis, debugging and disassembling malicious binaries and network traffic analysis.  Never again will you have to worry about malware harming you or your organization, because this training will provide you with all of the knowledge you need to know to combat it. Malware doesn’t have to be your problem. Start our free online malware analysis training today. 

CEU / CPE: 9
Total Clock Hours: 9 hrs, 10 mins
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