On April 8, 2021, we conducted a webinar with Ivan Kwiatkowski and Denis Legezo, Senior Security Researchers from our Global Research & Analysis Team (GReAT), who gave live workshops on practical disassembling, decrypting and deobfuscating authentic malware cases, moderated by GReAT’s own Dan Demeter.
Ivan demonstrated how to strip the obfuscation from the recently discovered Cycldek-related tool, while Denis presented an exercise on reversing the MontysThree’s malware steganography algorithm. The experts also had a fireside chat with our guest Igor Skochinsky of Hex-Rays.
On top of that, Ivan and Denis introduced the new Targeted Malware Reverse Engineering online self-study course, into which they have squeezed 10 years of their cybersecurity experience. This intermediate-level training is designed for those seeking confidence and practical experience in malware analysis. It includes in-depth analysis of ten fresh real-life targeted malware cases, like MontysThree, LuckyMouse and Lazarus, hands-on learning with an array of reverse engineering tools, including IDA Pro, Hex-Rays decompiler, Hiew, 010 Editor, and 100 hours of virtual lab practice.