Reverse Engineering

Reverse Engineering

Reverse engineering, in computer programming, is a technique used to analyze software in order to identify and understand the parts it is composed of. The usual reasons for reverse engineering a piece of software are to recreate the program, to build something similar to it, to exploit its weaknesses or strengthen its defenses. Reverse Engineering Training
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Benefits of this Course & scope

Advantages of this Course

This course benefits you on the off chance that you are an antivirus specialist, programming designer, programming analyzer, malware scientist or malware examiner and PC crime scene investigation master.


Occupation of a Reverse Engineer in Big Antivirus making Companies like Avast,Quick Heal,AVG Antivirus and some more
Favored Tools: Interactive Disassembler Professional, Olly Debugger/Immunity
Debugger, Debugging Tools for Windows, Visual Studio Debugger, ILASM,
ILDASM, IL Spy, .NET Reflector, Dot Peek
Favored Platform: Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium or better
Elective Tools: Gnome Debugger, Nemiver/DDD, Intel Debugger
Elective Platform: LINUX 3.8.x or better
Engineering: x86, AMD64
Requirements: Knowledge of Assembly programming and .NET Programming
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