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    Default Malware Analyst Training

    Excluding SANS FOR610 training, which my employer probably will not pay for, doesn't anyone know of any Malware Analyst Training other vendor's offer?

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    PhoenixTS Malware Analysis training?

    Cybrary Intro to Malware Analysis and Reverse Engineering?

    Trainace Malware Reverse Engineering (MRE) Training?

    netSecurity Malware Analyst Training?

    netcomm learning - BMA - Basic Malware Analysis Course Description?
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    You can pickup the Practical Malware Analysis book from No Starch Press!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by kMastaFlash View Post
    You can pickup the Practical Malware Analysis book from No Starch Press!!
    Yea I have that one, but I don't like the fact that I have to read, who has time for that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TechGromit View Post
    I don't like the fact that I have to read, who has time for that.
    Exactly!
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    eLearnSecurity has the Advanced Reverse Engineering Malware (AREM) course as well.
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    That hasn't been updated since 2013. Granted there are a lot of timeless computer books but if I'm paying for the class try to keep up though. Malware Analysis and Forensics are still budding fields and I guarantee something has changed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TacoRocket View Post
    That hasn't been updated since 2013. Granted there are a lot of timeless computer books but if I'm paying for the class try to keep up though. Malware Analysis and Forensics are still budding fields and I guarantee something has changed.
    Agree and I've thought the same but, the class looks to be a lot of covering the theory and background you need to be able to perform RE as a skill, not necessarily RE'ing the latest and greatest malware trends.
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