Cyber hacker Series: Malware DevelopmentCyber hacker Series: Malware Development
What Will I Learn?
- Upon completion of this course, you will be able to create your own malware such as custom Trojans, viruses and defend against malware using sandboxing and malware analysis tools.
Complete Ethical Hacking Series: Malware Development
This course is for beginners and IT pros looking to learn more about Malware Development. Each chapter closes with exercises putting your new learned skills into practical use immediately.
What are the pre-requisites for this course?
- Students should have a working understanding of TCP/IP and networking concepts.
- Internet Worm Maker - Internet Worm Maker Thing is a free tool by which you can make many types of viruses and worms. Through this tool, you can make viruses and worms that can infect victim's drives, files, shows message, disable Anti-Virus Software and much more. It comes along with a compiler by which you can easily convert your batch virus into executable to evade Anti-Virus or any other purpose.
- Ghost Eye - Ghost Eye is a nasty trojan infection which enters to the target system with peer to peer file sharing process, removable storage device, downloading audio and video files from unsecured sites and many others. It slow down the system running process and also leads to issue like system crash, data loss or hamper of important hardware components. The main aim of this virus is to steal privacy details like credit card number, online banking login details and others. It access user PC information with the use of key loggers which record the online and activities and send to the remote hackers.
- JPS Virus Maker - JPS Virus Maker has less features than Internet Worm Maker Thing and DelMe Virus Maker. However it has some features that are not available in Internet Worm Maker Thing and DelMe Virus Maker.
- Custom Trojans - While the original Trojan Horse was used to sneak Greeks into Troy, the common meaning today actually refers to the payload that gets deposited on your computer. Trojans typically grant a hacker remote access to your computer.
- Static Malware Analysis - Basic static analysis examines malware without viewing the actual code or instructions. It employs different tools and techniques to quickly determine whether a file is malicious or not, provide information about its functionality and collect technical indicators to produce simple signatures. Technical indicators gathered with basic static analysis can include file name, MD5 checksums or hashes, file type, file size and recognition by antivirus detection tools.
- Dynamic Malware Analysis - Basic dynamic analysis actually runs malware to observe its behavior, understand its functionality and identify technical indicators which can be used in detection signatures. Technical indicators revealed with basic dynamic analysis can include domain names, IP addresses, file path locations, registry keys, additional files located on the system or network.
- Sandboxing - Automation of malware analysis.