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A new blog about malwares & security

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xmachine

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Post Wed Mar 26, 2008 8:30 am

A new blog about malwares & security

Hi all,

I'm Xmachine, a new member here in the EHN forum. I'd like to invite everyone to check out my new blog about malwares and security.

http://extremesecurity.blogspot.com/
Do it securely, or not at all

http://extremesecurity.blogspot.com

Symantec STS
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Post Wed Mar 26, 2008 8:50 am

Re: A new blog about malwares & security

Xmachine,

I've just taken a quick read through some of your previous blog posts and they look rather useful, bookmarked for future reference ;D

Welcome on board.
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shawal

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Post Fri Mar 28, 2008 3:04 am

Re: A new blog about malwares & security

Interesting read, will keep following it up :)
another similar theme to your malware analysis is the "follow the bouncing malware" by by Tom Liston in isc.sans.org
RHCE, GIAC GCIH.
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don

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Post Fri Mar 28, 2008 9:03 pm

Re: A new blog about malwares & security

Or even better...

Follow the Bouncing Malware LIVE!!

This is the hour and a half audio recording and the PPT of his workshop at ChicagoCon last year. You literally get to see the breaking apart of a malware case from attack through reverse engineering to analysis. It was awesome.

I should really publicize this more.  ???

Don
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Post Sat Mar 29, 2008 4:14 am

Re: A new blog about malwares & security

don wrote:I should really publicize this more.  ???


possibly, know it just got bookmarked for later on. Now if I could just find an excuse not to go shopping with the missus.... ;)

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