I've not been blogging for a while..sadly, but I've been learning quite a few things over the last few months and in general continue to keep getting better slowly at reversing and malware analysis - something I always enjoy doing :)
So now, I've decided that now that I know much more about reversing things - than I did a few years ago, I'm going to get deeper into malware analysis and debug all the different types of malware that are found over a period of time and learn ways of anlayzing all of them.
So I made a list of topics that I'd like to learn over the next few months. I'm familiar with quite a few of them - but not all of them. It probably isn't comprehensive nor do I claim it is - but it's a nice starting point for me. Also, as I learn new things - small or big - I am going to be posting all of that regularly.
So, here's my list :) - do suggest other stuff that you feel could potentially be important and is different from the rest.
- Disk monitoring
- Network monitoring
- Packed executables
- Memory analysis (Volatility)
- Credit card extractors
- Virtual Machine detection
- Exploit Kits
- Learn to write better signatures (Clamav, Yara, Snort, Suricata)