Course Overview:

This course is designed for professionals that are expected to do malware analysis. A skills focus enables the student to better absorb the subject matter and perform successfully on the job.   This is not death by power point. The course is aligned with information assurance operators and executing hands-on labs. Lecture and labs walk the student through the knowledge required to truly understand the mechanics Reverse Engineering Malware.

Attendees to TN-999: Reverse Engineering Malware will receive TechNow approved course materials and expert instruction.


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Duration: 5 days

Course Objectives:

  • Toolkit and Lab Assembly
  • Malware Code and Behavioral Analysis Fundamentals
  • Malicious Static and Dynamic Code Analysis
  • Collecting/Probing System and Network Activities
  • Analysis of Malicious Document Files
  • Analyzing Protected Executables
  • Analyzing Web-Based Malware
  • DLL Construction and API Hooking
  • Common Windows Malware Characteristics in x86 Assembly
  • Unpacking Protected Malware
  • In-Depth Analysis of Malicious Browser Scripts, Flash Programs and Office
  • In-Depth Analysis of Malicious Executables
  • Windows x86 Assembly Code Concepts for Revers-Engineering Memory Forensics for Rootkit Analysis


  • Strong understanding of core systems and network concepts
  • Exposure to programming and assembly concepts
  • Comfortable with command line access


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Instructor comments: Good stuff. I like the beginning half where there was help from an additional instructor to facilitate fixing computer errors that inevitably popped up.

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