Any hunter knows that you need to watch your target before you pounce. This fifteen-video course on common malware behaviors will help make an engineer an even better malware hunter: beginning with downloaders and backdoors, you’ll look at process replacement, registry persistence, Trojanized system binaries, network functions and five different types of injection. Explore not just the whats but the whys with an important module on the goals of network analysis, and get comfortable with malware types such as RATs, Trojans, credential stealers, keyloggers and more.
Downloaders and BackdoorsDuration: 8:37
Credential StealersDuration: 8:06
Process InjectionDuration: 2:26
DLL InjectionDuration: 3:18
Direct InjectionDuration: 1:31
Process ReplacementDuration: 1:39
Hook InjectionDuration: 4:12
APC InjectionDuration: 1:49
Registry PersistenceDuration: 4:16
Trojanized System BinariesDuration: 2:52
DLL Load Order HijackingDuration: 2:41
Goals of Network AnalysisDuration: 2:55
Network FunctionsDuration: 3:03
IP Addresses Protocols and PortsDuration: 5:11
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