Hands on Malware Analysis Course Overview

Hands on Malware Analysis Course Overview

The Hands on Malware Analysis course is a comprehensive program designed to teach learners the methodologies and tools required for effective malware analysis. This course is crucial for cybersecurity professionals who aim to understand and mitigate the threats posed by malicious software.

Starting with an Introduction to Malware Analysis, learners gain foundational knowledge about what malware is and the goals of analysis. The course progresses through various modules, each focusing on key aspects such as Types of Malware Analysis, Setting Up the Lab Environment, and understanding the Malware Source.

Students will delve into Static Analysis and Dynamic Analysis, learning how to determine the File Type, Fingerprint the Malware, and use Multiple Anti-Virus Scanning techniques. They'll also acquire skills in Extracting Strings, Determining File Obfuscation, and Inspecting PE Header Information.

Advanced topics include Comparing and Classifying the Malware, using Dynamic Analysis (Monitoring) Tools, and the steps involved in Dynamic Analysis. The course culminates in a practical session where learners Put it All Together: Analyzing a Malware Executable, including specialized knowledge in Dynamic-Link Library (DLL) Analysis.

By the end of the course, participants will be well-equipped with the hands-on experience necessary to tackle malware threats effectively, making them valuable assets in the cybersecurity field.

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Course Prerequisites

To ensure that participants are well-prepared to absorb the material covered in the Hands-on Malware Analysis course and to derive maximum benefit from the training, the following are the minimum required prerequisites:

  • Basic understanding of computer systems and architecture
  • Familiarity with the Windows operating system environment
  • Fundamental knowledge of networking concepts
  • Introductory knowledge of programming or scripting languages (such as C, C++, Python, or PowerShell)
  • An understanding of the concepts of computer security and cybersecurity threats
  • Willingness to learn and analyze malicious software in a controlled environment

Please note that while prior experience in the field of cybersecurity can be beneficial, it is not mandatory. The course is designed to guide individuals with the above minimum knowledge through the process of malware analysis effectively.

Target Audience for Hands on Malware Analysis

  1. Koenig Solutions' Hands on Malware Analysis course equips participants with the skills to dissect and neutralize malicious software.

  2. Target audience for the Hands on Malware Analysis course includes:

  • Information Security Analysts
  • Incident Responders
  • Cybersecurity Consultants
  • Malware Researchers
  • Security Engineers
  • Forensic Analysts
  • Vulnerability Analysts
  • Cyber Defense Analysts
  • Security Operations Center (SOC) Personnel
  • IT Professionals looking to transition into cybersecurity roles
  • Computer Science Graduates aiming to specialize in cybersecurity
  • Ethical Hackers seeking to enhance their skill set in malware analysis
  • Government and law enforcement agencies staff involved in cybercrime investigations

Learning Objectives - What you will Learn in this Hands on Malware Analysis?

Introduction to the Course's Learning Outcomes

In the Hands-on Malware Analysis course, students will develop the skills necessary to identify, dissect, and understand various types of malware and their potential impact on IT systems.

Learning Objectives and Outcomes

  • Recognize and categorize different types of malware and understand their behaviors and potential threats.
  • Set up a secure and isolated lab environment for safe malware analysis.
  • Acquire proficiency in using tools and techniques for static analysis to examine malware without execution.
  • Learn to determine file types and identify file obfuscation to uncover hidden malware components.
  • Master the process of fingerprinting malware to understand its unique characteristics and origins.
  • Utilize multiple anti-virus scanning tools to detect and analyze the presence of malware.
  • Extract and analyze strings from malware to gain insights into its functionality and purpose.
  • Inspect Portable Executable (PE) header information to identify potential malicious payloads.
  • Conduct dynamic analysis by monitoring malware execution and behavior in a controlled environment.
  • Analyze Dynamic-Link Libraries (DLLs) and understand their role in malware operations and execution.