Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Malware: Some interesting sites

I opened my FB and a link shared by SANS (FB SANS Digital Forensics and Incident Response) which shares about Malware Reverse Engineering FB. Followed the link and 'wallawe' ... bunch of interesting sites related to malware; of which I'm interested too (out of many interest that I had).... and here is some of it.

  1. History of Decompilation - To whom may have interest to learn about decompilation and its history. Good for beginner.
  2. Fake Vodafone Bill - An analysis done on fake Vodafone bill. Who says that your bill is clean despite it came from known sources? Well, this should wake you up and trigger you to have some extra protection in reading PDF files.
  3. FOR610: Reverse-Engineering Malware - Malware Analysis Tools and Technique - SANS shares some tips and courses on reading the malicious files by reverse-engineering process. You should not miss this :)
  4. Multi Locker - A demonstration by Xylibox on Multi Locker.
  5. The Future of Automated Malware Generation -  Take a look on discussion by IO Active Labs Research on future malware, current trend and analysis techniques and future defense mechanism. However, I'm quite concern on current analysis technique which claims as failed to prevent many malware attacks. This is true but rather scary as we don't really know until we are hit by one of them :) (and it was make known to us after that)
  6. Malware database and Virus Database - List of malware and virus (computer) that you can use for either to learn to be hackers or ethical hackers :). But beware!!! once in it, you will never know what after that :)
  7. Decalage - A tool develop using Python to analyze OLE object
  8. EXEInfo - A tool to analyze exe file on window.
  9. OfficeMalScanner - A tool to analyze your office document.
  10. Flame, Duqu and Stuxnet: In-depth code analysis - A studies by Aleksandr Matrosov and published at ESET blogs. Read this for your own good especially to those having 'old-ways' of internet access (which lack of many security defense.


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