Ivan Kwiatkowski and Denis Legezo, Senior Security Researchers with GReAT, and Igor Skochinsky from Hex-Rays.
Are you into reverse engineering? Interested in staying on top of the latest threat landscape? Then take your seat at Kaspersky’s workshop to learn reverse engineering best practices from our experts and watch them analyze recent targeted malware samples.
In this webinar, Senior Security Researchers from Kaspersky’s Global Research&Analysis Team (GReAT), Ivan Kwiatkowski and Denis Legezo, will give live workshops on practical disassembling, decrypting and deobfuscating authentic malware cases in both Hex-Rays decompiler and IDA Pro. GReAT’s own Dan Demeter will be moderating.
Ivan will demonstrate how to strip the obfuscation from a recently discovered Cycldek-related tool, while Denis will present an exercise on reversing the steganography algorithm of MontysThree’s malware.
As a bonus, the experts will interview our guest Igor Skochinsky of Hex-Rays, a software developer behind the reversing must-have IDA Pro and author of weekly tips on the Hex-Rays Blog.
Ivan and Denis will introduce the new Targeted Malware Reverse Engineering online course, into which the researchers have squeezed their 10-year experience in cybersecurity. This self-study, intermediate-level training is designed for those seeking confidence and practical experience in malware analysis. It includes in-depth analysis of 10 fresh, real-life targeted malware cases like MontysThree, LuckyMouse and Lazarus, hands-on learning with an array of reverse engineering tools including IDA Pro, Hex-Rays decompiler, Hiew, 010Editor, and 100 hours of practice in our virtual lab.
Participants of the webinar will have an opportunity to win free access to this new online course.
- Medium technical level
- Knowledge of basic programming languages and a basic understanding of Intel assembly language, alongside a basic understanding of reverse engineering and targeted malware
- No need for pre-installed software
Learn more about Kaspersky trainings at https://xtraining.kaspersky.com