by Dylan Barker | Size: 35.6 MB

Malicious software poses a threat to every enterprise globally. Its growth is costing businesses millions of dollars due to currency theft as a result of ransomware and lost productivity. With this book, you’ll learn how to quickly triage, identify, attribute, and remediate threats using proven analysis techniques.

Malware Analysis Techniques begins with an overview of the nature of malware, the current threat landscape, and its impact on businesses. Once you’ve covered the basics of malware, you’ll move on to discover more about the technical nature of malicious software, including static characteristics and dynamic attack methods within the MITRE ATT&CK framework. You’ll also find out how to perform practical malware analysis by applying all that you’ve learned to attribute the malware to a specific threat and weaponize the adversary’s indicators of compromise (IOCs) and methodology against them to prevent them from attacking. Finally, you’ll get to grips with common tooling utilized by professional malware analysts and understand the basics of reverse engineering with the NSA’s Ghidra platform.

By the end of this malware analysis book, you’ll be able to perform in-depth static and dynamic analysis and automate key tasks for improved defense against attacks.

What you will learn

  • Discover how to maintain a safe analysis environment for malware samples
  • Get to grips with static and dynamic analysis techniques for collecting IOCs
  • Reverse-engineer and debug malware to understand its purpose
  • Develop a well-polished workflow for malware analysis
  • Understand when and where to implement automation to react quickly to threats
  • Perform malware analysis tasks such as code analysis and API inspection

Who this book is for

This book is for incident response professionals, malware analysts, and researchers who want to sharpen their skillset or are looking for a reference for common static and dynamic analysis techniques. Beginners will also find this book useful to get started with learning about malware analysis. Basic knowledge of command-line interfaces, familiarity with Windows and Unix-like filesystems and registries, and experience in scripting languages such as PowerShell, Python, or Ruby will assist with understanding the concepts covered.

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