Malware Analysis

Malware Analysis

 

Malware analysis is the process of determining the functionality, origin and potential impact of a given malware sample such as a ransomware, virus, worm, Trojan horse, rootkit, or backdoor. Malware Stands for “Malicious Software” is any computer software intended to harm the host operating system or to steal sensitive data from users or organisations. Malware may include software that gathers user information without permission, delete files or encrypt them.

In our labs, we conduct daily static and dynamic Malware Analysis, Static using reverse engineering technique and sandboxing environment. This allow us to watch and evaluate the behaviour and effects of the Malwares on the IT system and explore their infection mechanism to create a mitigation process.

 

We follow different stages to analyse Malware, such as:

  • Manual Code Reversing
  • Interactive Behaviour Analysis
  • Static Properties Analysis
  • Fully-Automated Analysis

 

The key benefits of Malware Analysis are:

  • Creating a safer IT system
  • Reduce the probability and impact of zero-day vulnerabilities
  • Update security solutions and prevention strategies
  • Discover indicators of compromises
  • Identify the Malware source and creator
  • Understand how bad guys think

 

Malware Analysis is an important part of preventing and detecting future cyber-attacks for any organisation. Using static and dynamic malware analysis techniques, CompPower experts can analyse the attack lifecycle and glean important forensic details to enhance the threat intelligence, defend against zero-day vulnerabilities and protect the organisation Intellectual Properties and IT assets.

 

For more information, please contact us on 02 8003 5511 or email info@comppower.com.au