CEH v11: Fileless Malware, Malware Analysis, & Countermeasures

Ethical Hacker v11    |    Intermediate
  • 3 Videos | 1h 3m 26s
  • Includes Assessment
  • Earns a Badge
The most common way for anti-virus programs to detect a malware infection is by checking files against a database of known-malicious objects. In this course, you'll learn about fileless malware, which avoids detection by not writing any files with known malicious content. Next, you'll explore malware analysis techniques that allow you to configure stronger defenses. You'll also examine sheep dipping and how to build a test environment. There are many security controls to protect against malware infections, so you'll complete this course by learning about countermeasures like logging, anti-virus, and backups. This course is one in a series that helps to prepare you for the Certified Ethical Hacker v11 (312-50) exam.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • describe how to obfuscate commands to avoid detection
    describe the different classifications of fileless malware
    describe the fileless malware infection process
    identifying the steps of the fileless malware infection process
    identify the fileless malware classification types
    configure or build a malware test environment
  • describe how to find or prevent malware using sheep dipping
    identify tools and techniques for doing malware analysis
    recognize common malware analysis techniques
    identity malware countermeasures such as logging, monitoring, backups, and blocking that can make a system more resilient to malware attacks
    recognize malware countermeasures that can empower you to create a system that is much more resilient to malware attacks

IN THIS COURSE

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