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Dissecting the Hack: Malware Analysis 101 is designed to be an introduction into the world of malware analysis. This presentation will begin with a brief 5 to 10 minute introduction to some malware analysis theory, followed by a live demonstration that will take the audience through an in-depth behavioral and code analysis of a select piece of malware. This demonstration will include techniques using free open source tools such as detecting packers and unpacking, file and registry analysis, and in depth code analysis.
Gerry Brunnelle, System Security Engineer, Boeing
Gerry Brunelle is currently a System Security Engineer for Boeing in the Washington, D.C. area. He is also currently a candidate for a MS in Computer Security and Information Assurance from RIT and has a BS in Network and System Administration from RIT. He has participated in various security groups and competitions, and designed and ran the Capture the Flag event for the Rochester Security Summit in 2009.
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