Reverse Engineering and Binary Analysis Course by Tonex
The Reverse Engineering and Binary Analysis Course provides participants with the knowledge and skills to understand and analyze binary code at a low-level, enabling them to uncover vulnerabilities, analyze malware, and reverse engineer software. Through hands-on exercises and practical examples, participants will learn various techniques for disassembling, decompiling, and analyzing binary files, as well as understanding assembly language, identifying code patterns, and performing dynamic analysis. This course is designed to equip participants with the essential skills needed to analyze and understand the inner workings of software applications.
The course is suitable for software engineers, security professionals, malware analysts, penetration testers, and individuals interested in understanding the inner workings of software through reverse engineering and binary analysis. It is beneficial for professionals involved in vulnerability analysis, software debugging, malware analysis, and secure code development. Basic knowledge of programming languages and computer architecture concepts is recommended.
- Understand the fundamental concepts and methodologies of reverse engineering.
- Analyze and understand assembly language and machine code.
- Disassemble and decompile binary code to extract high-level representations.
- Apply static analysis techniques to identify code patterns and vulnerabilities.
- Perform dynamic analysis to observe the behavior of binary executables.
- Identify and analyze software vulnerabilities for potential exploitation.
- Conduct malware analysis using both static and dynamic analysis techniques.
- Gain proficiency in using reverse engineering tools and adopting best practices.
Introduction to Reverse Engineering
- Overview of reverse engineering concepts and methodologies
- Understanding the goals and applications of reverse engineering
- Legal and ethical considerations in reverse engineering
Assembly Language Basics
- Introduction to assembly language and machine code
- Registers, instructions, and addressing modes
- Control flow and branching in assembly
Disassembly and Decompilation
- Tools and techniques for disassembling binary code
- Converting assembly code to high-level language using decompilers
- Analyzing and understanding decompiled code
Static Analysis Techniques
- Identifying code patterns and data structures
- Symbolic execution and taint analysis
- Code optimization and obfuscation techniques
Dynamic Analysis Techniques
- Debugging and runtime analysis tools
- Dynamic code analysis and instrumentation
- Behavior analysis and runtime manipulation
Vulnerability Analysis and Exploitation
- Identifying and analyzing software vulnerabilities
- Memory corruption vulnerabilities (e.g., buffer overflows)
- Exploitation techniques and payload development
- Introduction to malware analysis and classification
- Dynamic and static analysis of malware samples
- Behavior analysis and reverse engineering of malware
Reverse Engineering Tools and Practices
- Overview of popular reverse engineering tools
- Best practices for efficient reverse engineering
- Automation and scripting for reverse engineering tasks