This course is designed to provide an in-depth understanding of malware and its analysis. Students will learn the fundamentals of malware, types of malware, commodity vs APT malware, and the methodologies used to analyze it. The course will cover topics such as the introduction to Operating system and operating system functions and libraries, memory management, static and dynamic malware analysis.
Students will learn how to build malware using various programming languages, and analyze it using different tools and techniques. The course will also cover malware analysis in a virtual environment, including setting up a malware analysis lab using virtual platforms and a variety of other software and tools.
The course is structured to provide hands-on experience in analyzing malware. Students will gain practical experience in reverse engineering, behavior analysis, and system forensics. By the end of the course, students will be able to identify various types of malware and understand the mechanisms used by malware to evade detection.
Upon completion of the course, students will be able to:
- Understand the fundamentals of malware and its different types
- Distinguish between commodity and APT malware
- Build malware using various programming languages
- Conduct static and dynamic malware analysis
- Set up a malware analysis lab using virtual platforms and various software tools
- Analyze the behavior of malware to understand its capabilities and potential impact on the system
- Understand the functions of operating systems and operating system libraries
- Conduct memory forensics to identify malware activity in memory
- Apply malware analysis techniques to identify and analyze advanced malware.
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