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What is Dynamic Malware Analysis? Dynamic malware analysis executes malware in a controlled environment to observe its behavior

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What is Dynamic Malware Analysis? Dynamic malware analysis executes malware in a controlled environment to observe its behavior. Why do I need this certification???Performing static and dynamic analysis together helps identify the true intent and capabilities of malware and can provide a series of technical indicators, which may not be achievable by basic static analysis alone. What will I learn? What dynamic malware analysis is How certain malware codes may not get executed Layered security Open source vs closed source design Fail safe vs. fail secure. Get your Dynamic Malware Analysis Certification Today: Malware analysis involves two key techniques, static and dynamic. The goal of malware analysis is to generate the Indicators of Compromise (or IOC?s), determine the malware type or attributions. Dynamic malware analysis executes malware in a controlled environment to observe its behavior and will identify communication with an attacker-controlled external server for command and control purposes or in an attempt to download additional malware files. Performing static and dynamic analysis together helps identify the true intent and capabilities of malware and can provide a series of technical indicators, which may not be achievable by basic static analysis alone. Most malware generally has a presence on the network. In this course, we will begin with the IOC?s such as file hashes, domain names, network traffic, strings, registry keys, files names, file paths, process names, URLs and IP addresses. You will also learn what dynamic malware analysis is and how certain malware codes may not get executed.

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Sean Pierce
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Certificate Of Completion

Complete this course and earn a Dynamic Malware Analysis Certificate of Completion