Tuesday 5th November, 2013
1:40pm to 2:15pm
Malware analysis consists of two phases – static and dynamic analysis. Dynamic analysis, or analyzing the behavior of a sample, has already been automated in numerous projects. Static analysis, or analyzing key characteristics of a sample, has not been automated in projects. Therefore, responders must manually run tools or program scripts that automate the process. This leads to situations where analysis occurs slowly and inefficiently.
To alleviate the inefficiency, MASTIFF, a new open-source static analysis automation framework, was created and released earlier this year. This presentation will introduce MASTIFF and discuss:
Demonstrations of MASTIFF on malicious files will also be performed.
2:20pm Doing More With Less: Triaging Compromised Systems With Constrained Resources by Willi Ballenthin
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