People often use the terms “virus” and “malware” interchangeably. While viruses are often malware, a given piece of malware may not be a virus. In this talk I’ll walk through the differences and how one might go about implementing code that behaves like a biological virus would. We’ll discuss design principles as well as methods to make analysis more difficult for security analysts. Finally, I’ll go through a real example and provide resources for learning more.
When: Saturday, August 20th at 6:30 pm.
Where: 10526 Venice Blvd, Culver City, CA 90232
About the Speaker:
Michael Grube is a security researcher with experience in exploit development and malware analysis. He loves staring into the abyss and taking long walks on the beach.