The book every malware analyst should keep handy.
–Richard Bejtlich, CSO, Mandiant & Founder of TaoSecurity
An excellent crash course in malware analysis.
–Dino Dai Zovi, Independent Security Consultant
. . . the most comprehensive guide to analysis of malware, offering detailed coverage of all the essential skills required to understand the specific challenges presented by modern malware.
–Chris Eagle, Senior Lecturer of Computer Science at the Naval Postgraduate School
A hands-on introduction to malware analysis. I’d recommend it to anyone who wants to dissect Windows malware.
–Ilfak Guilfanov, Creator of IDA Pro
. . . a great introduction to malware analysis. All chapters contain detailed technical explanations and hands-on lab exercises to get you immediate exposure to real malware.
–Sebastian Porst, Google Software Engineer
. . . brings reverse engineering to readers of all skill levels. Technically rich and accessible, the labs will lead you to a deeper understanding of the art and science of reverse engineering. I strongly recommend this book for beginners and experts alike.
–Danny Quist, PhD, Founder of Offensive Computing
If you only read one malware book or are looking to break into the world of malware analysis, this is the book to get.
–Patrick Engbretson, IA Professor at Dakota State University and Author of The Basics of Hacking and Pen Testing
. . . an excellent addition to the course materials for an advanced graduate level course on Software Security or Intrusion Detection Systems. The labs are especially useful to students in teaching the methods to reverse engineer, analyze and understand malicious software.
–Sal Stolfo, Professor, Columbia University