Analyzing a new stealer written in Golang

We captured a new information-stealing malware written in Golang (Go). Read up on our analysis of its functionality, as well as the tools researchers can use to unpack malware written in this relatively new programming language.

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Why bad coding habits die hard—and 7 ways to kill them

When it comes to poorly-written code, we’re quick to point a finger at programmers, forgetting that they are beholden to the constraints of companies looking to push out tech product quickly. Thankfully, management can address bad coding habits with these seven ways to support, train, and motivate their staff.

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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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So You Want To Be A Malware Analyst

In war, there are always two sides: the attackers and the defenders.  A less focused on group is the researchers and developers.  While soldiers are fighting a war on the front lines, scientists and engineers are researching and developing new weapons, defenses and tools; things that give their side an advantage.  If one of these…

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