badBIOS: Jumping the Gap

Can malware infect the deepest parts of a computer, knows when you’re looking for it and communicates over high-frequency speaker sounds?

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Using YARA to attribute malware

Malware researchers use a lot of tools in their arsenal to dissect malware. YARA can help to quickly and easily identify malware.

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Cryptolocker Ransomware: What You Need To Know

Cryptolocker is a nasty ransomware that encrypts infected users’ personal files. Using Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Premium will keep you safe.

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ZeroAccess uses Self-Debugging

In the field of malware analysis, debuggers are a vital tool used to reverse-engineer malware binaries, helping analysts to understand the purpose and functionality of malware when dynamic analysis isn’t enough.

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My Memory Isn’t What It Used to Be: Part 1

When analyzing malware, what you see on disk is oftentimes not an accurate representation of what’s actually happening in memory.

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