ToorCon XX

I had the opportunity to give a talk on malware obfuscation techniques this weekend at ToorCon XX, my talk was titled “Following a Trail of Confusion”. Here is the abstract: Modern malware uses a wide variety of code obfuscation techniques to hide it’s true intentions and to avoid detection. In this talk, we’ll explore the latest in native code obfuscation[…]

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First Pluralsight course now live!

I’m excited to announce that my first Pluralsight course Analyzing Malware for .NET and Java Binaries is now live! You can find the course at the following URL – http://www.pluralsight.com/courses/dotnet-java-binaries-analyzing-malware. The ability to quickly analyze software is a critical skill for anyone handling malware. This course will teach you techniques for reverse engineering Java and .NET binaries, how to generate[…]

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Hack-in-the-Box Amsterdam 2018

Heading home from another great week at Hack-In-The-Box in Amsterdam. I had the opportunity to present on malicious office documents in the COMMSEC track, you can find my slides at the HITB site: https://conference.hitb.org/hitbsecconf2018ams/sessions/commsec-still-breaching-your-perimeter-a-deep-dive-into-malicious-documents/ or here https://0xevilc0de.com/cons/2018/hitb_ams/2018_HITB_AMS.pdf I’ll post the video when it’s available. Looking forward to next year!

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