Lecture “Analyzing Malicious Documents” at Mackenzie University 2017

Dear readers, how are you? Only for recording, few photos about the lecture “Analyzing Malicious Documents” that I taught at Mackenzie University in MAY/22/2017 follow below:

I hope you have a nice day.

Alexandre Borges

(LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/aleborges and Twitter: @ale_sp_brazil)

BSIDES 2017 Sao Paulo – Introduction to few anti-forensics and unpacking techniques

Dear readers, how are you? The BSIDES 2017 Sao Paulo was outstanding and I am very glad for having talked there.

Here are few photos:

Finally, the slides follow below:

Introduction to few anti-forensics and unpacking techniques:  https://alexandreborgesbrazil.files.wordpress.com/2017/05/bsides_2017_b_version.pdf

Please, share my slides for helping other security professionals.

I wish you have a nice day.

Alexandre Borges

(LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/aleborges and twitter: @ale_sp_brazil)

Lecture: Introduction to Windows Exploit Development at Unimonte University 2017

Dear readers, how are you? Two weeks ago I taught an introductory lecture about Windows Exploit Development at Unimonte University. Photos and certificate follow:

It was a great lecture because I could perform a step-by-step development of a simple exploit, which students made excellent questions.

I would like to thank you the professor Nina and Marco Simões for the kind invitation for teaching this lecture at UniMonte University.

Have a nice day.

Alexandre Borges

(Linkedin: http://www.linkedin.com/in/aleborges and Twitter: @ale_sp_brazil)

H2HC 2016 University – SLIDES

Dear friends…happy new year! After receiving so many requests, both slides from my presentations in Hacker to Hackers Conference (H2HC) 2016 University follow:

Few Tricks Used by Malwares: https://alexandreborgesbrazil.files.wordpress.com/2017/01/h2hc_university_talk_1_2016_r.pdf

Few Malware Anti-Forensics Techniques: https://alexandreborgesbrazil.files.wordpress.com/2017/01/h2hc_university_talk_2_2016-_r.pdf

Respective photos follow:

https://alexandreborges.org/2016/10/23/h2hc-2016-day-1/

https://alexandreborges.org/2016/10/24/h2hc-day-2/

In fact, both presentations were extremely basic (it is almost impossible to be simpler than these ones) and targeted on professionals who are beginning in this amazing area.

Honestly, I hope both slides sets can encourage you to learn more about Reverse Engineering and Malwares.

!gnisreveR raeY weN yppaH (Happy New Year Reversing!)

Alexandre Borges.

(LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/aleborges and Twitter: @ale_sp_brazil)

PS: if it is possible, let me know you impression about both presentations. 🙂

Lecture about Malware Analysis at Unimonte university

Dear readers, good day. Last OCT/25 I taught a lecture about Malware Analysis at Unimonte university. As usual, all students (and teachers!) very interested in learning this fascinating world from IT security. Photos follow:

 

I hope you have a nice day.

Alexandre Borges

(LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/aleborges and Twitter: @ale_sp_brazil)

H2HC 2016 – Day 2

Dear readers, what have you been doing? Yesterday, OCT/23, it happened the second day of the amazing Hacker to Hackers Conference (H2HC).

I had the opportunity of teaching a quick talk about Memory Analysis and a lecture about Malware Anti-Forensics. My attendees were amazing, very interested and we have a great moment. Few photos follow below:

I am extremely proud of taking part and, as I’ve already told previously, the H2HC is my second home.

I hope I see you next year!

Alexandre Borges

(LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/aleborges and Twitter: @ale_sp_brazil)

Meeting Alex Mastrosov during H2HC

Dear readers, yesterday (Saturday, OCT/22) I had the opportunity to meet one of the greatest malware researches around the world: Alex Mastrosov. He is an amazing, excellent and humble person. Few photos with Alex follow below:

Really, I have an outstanding time during my short conversation with him. Thank you for the attention so much, Alex.

Have a nice day.

Alexandre Borges

(http://www.linkedin.com/in/aleborges and Twitter: @ale_sp_brazil)