Mobile Malware Reverse Engineering Workshop

Presented by

Victor Chebyshev, Lead Security Researcher on the Kaspersky Global Research & Analysis Team (GReAT)

About this talk

Vicious attackers target both Android and iOS devices using specifically designed mobile malware. Consequently, it is imperative that reversers know how to effectively counter such attacks. In this 2-hour workshop, watch our Lead Security Researcher on the Kaspersky Global Research & Analysis Team (GReAT), Victor Chebyshev, as he analyzes malicious mobile samples and works through all the necessary steps of Android malware analysis, including Android files meta information analysis (file structure, entrypoints, resources and signatures), the decompilation process, native binary analysis and artifact decryption. Victor will talk about the specific malicious features of targeted Android and iOS samples, like achieving persistence, data exfiltration and keylogging. Knowing what vectors and methods actors use to infiltrate devices will help easily localize the same code of classified activity. Victor Chebyshev has been a Lead Senior Security Researcher on the Kaspersky Global Research & Analysis Team (GReAT) since 2021. He specializes in mobile targeted attacks, research and static reverse engineering. Victor regularly provides customer training on these subjects and has presented his malware research at the RSA Conference. If you want to follow along step-by-step please prepare the following development tools: IDA Pro free (https://hex-rays.com/) JD-GUI (http://java-decompiler.github.io/) GHIDRA (https://ghidra-sre.org/) And download the following samples: 340AF39A061D2C480B52B0954DFBE727 0ea22a4baee75c86f9895e39cbc04572 77ebb4207835c4f5c4d5dfe8ac4c764d 53acd56ca69a04e13e32f7787a021bb5

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