MALWARE ANALYSIS

Short for “malicious software,” malware refers to software programs designed to damage or do other unwanted actions on a computer system. Malware Analysis is an important part of preventing and detecting future cyber attacks. Using malware analysis tools, cyber security experts can analyze the attack lifecycle and glean important forensic details to enhance their threat intelligence.

During Malware Analysis we create a secure environment to test, replay, characterize, and document advanced malicious activities. Malware Analysis shows the cyber attack lifecycle, from the initial exploit and malware execution path to callback destinations and follow-on binary download attempts.

TYPES OF ANALYSIS

  • Static Analysis: also known as code analysis it is process of analyzing code without executing it to get a better understanding of the code and its functioning.
  • Dynamic Analysis: also known as behavioral analysis it is the process of running the malware and observing its behavior on the system, where the system is setup in a closed and isolated environment.

ANTI-MALWARE COUNTERMEASURES

Discover the vulnerabilities and gaps in the network infrastructure of your organization. Since your network could have both internal and external access points, we conduct tests locally at the client site as well remotely. Our team of highly skilled pen-testers targets the following network areas:

  • Firewall configuration testing
  • Stateful analysis testing
  • Firewall bypass testing
  • IPS deception
  • DNS level attacks
  • SSH client/server tests
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