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 1

Dear readers, how are you? Finally, yesterday the Hacker to Hackers 2016 started and, doubtless, it is my favorite event! During the first day, there were several amazing talks. Personally, I taught about “Malwares – Few tricks” during an one-hour talk. Few photos follow below:

During the day 2, I am talking during a workshop about Volatility (and other stuffs) and I am teaching another lecture about Malware Anti-Forensics techniques. Stay tuned!

Have a nice day.

Alexandre Borges.

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

Lecture about Malware Analysis at UniSantos University

Hi readers..how are you? Last week, in OCT/18, I taught a lecture about Malware Analysis in the UniSantos University. We have a good time during the talk. Few photos follow:

The experience was great and I hope I have helped few students encouraging them to study about malwares.

Have a nice day.

Alexandre Borges

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

Lecture about Malware Analysis at PUCC (Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Campinas)

Dear readers, what have you been doing? Last Thursday (SEP/15) I taught a lecture about Malware Analysis at PUCC. Few photos follow below:

Honestly, it was a great talk because students were very interested in learning and they made several amazing questions. Furthermore, PUCC is the university  where  I graduated, so it is special for me.

I hope you have a nice day. See you soon.

Alexandre Borges.

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

Lecture about Malware Analysis at USCS (Universidade São Caetano do Sul)

Dear readers, how are you? Few photos about my lecture on Malware Analysis at USCS follow:

I hope students continue studying and interested in learning about the most fascinating IT Security area that is Malware Analysis.

Have a nice day and see you soon.

Alexandre Borges

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

GUOB Tech Day 2016 – Hunting Malware in the memory on Oracle Linux 7.x

Dear readers, how are you? In July/30 I’ve taught the lecture “Hunting Malwares in the Memory on Oracle Linux 7.x” at GUOB Tech Day 2016 – Latin America OTN tour. It was a wonderful event and very well organized (http://www.guobtechday2016.eventize.com.br/index.php?pagina=3). 

My talk was a very introductory lecture about malware infection on Linux systems with duration of 45 minutes. I was surprised because, though most audience were DBAs (therefore, they are not deeply involved with the security area), they were interested in learning this topic and we enjoyed so much. Honestly, it is easy talking to experienced professionals.

Few photos follow:

Other nice pictures can be found on Carina Mendes’s website: http://carinamendes.us10.list-manage.com/track/click?u=e7e074f7bcc92f08502f6fcb9&id=e33e684fa8&e=22f0730503 

I hope you have a nice day.

Alexandre Borges.

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