A harsh reality for every computer system accessible, networked or not is or will be (almost) be infected by some malware. Although there are many "Anti-Virus/Malware" systems are there to protect us they are bound to fail at some point in time. And when they fail is the time to get our hands dirty and find and remove them ourselves. Although at this point the talk is not promising to cover everything because of limitations (level of technical insight of me and my audience), It'll cover most of what to do when a system is suspected of infection and when to be suspicious.
- With security community since 2009
- Currently working as Malware Analyst.
- Trying to stay below HTTP.
- A PC Gamer.
Starts at Saturday July 26 2014, 12:00 PM. The sessions runs for about 1 hour.