[SANS ISC] Behavioural Malware Analysis with Microsoft ASA

I published the following diary on isc.sans.edu: “Behavioural Malware Analysis with Microsoft ASA“:

When you need to quickly analyze a piece of malware (or just a suspicious program), your goal is to determine as quickly as possible what’s the impact. In many cases, we don’t have time to dive very deep because operations must be restored asap. To achieve this, there are different actions that can be performed against the sample: The first step is to perform a static analysis (like extracting strings, PE sections, YARA rules, etc).  Based on the first results, you can decide to go to the next step: the behavioural analysis. And finally, you decide to perform some live debugging or reverse-engineering. Let’s focus on the second step, the behavioural analysis… [Read more]

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Article Link: https://blog.rootshell.be/2019/05/29/sans-isc-behavioural-malware-analysis-with-microsoft-asa/