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Re: [Full-disclosure] Malicious Code Analysis
From: Ty Bodell (tebodellgmail.com)
Date: Fri Aug 05 2005 - 02:35:46 CDT
I found it helpful to use the SoTM's from the Honeynet project that
focused on Malicious code RCE. Try 32 & 33. Best thing is you get to
see how other people went about doing it to.
On 8/4/05, M4ch3T3 Hax <m4ch3t3gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello all,
> I have recently graduated from a computers & networking course at
> university and have spent alot of my time analysing network security
> from a scanning/sniffing/hardening point of view.
> I'm now becoming very interested in learning more about malicious code
> analysis in a virtual machine environment. I have read documentation
> and set up the environment and tools etc.. However I have no malicious
> code to look at! does anyone know of a way to get hold of some?
> Also, if anyone can recommend any further reading or sites etc. It
> would be very much appreciated!
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