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Reverse Engineering


Course Overview

Reverse engineering is a critical set of techniques and tools for understanding what software is really all about. Formally, it is the process of analyzing a subject system to identify the system components and their interrelationships and to create representations of the system in another form or at a higher level of abstraction. This allows us to visualize the software’s structure, its ways of operation, and the features that drive its behavior. The techniques of analysis, and the application of automated tools for software examination, give us a reasonable way to comprehend the complexity of the software and to uncover its truth.

Reverse Engineering is a core skill set that has tremendous advantages in almost all fields related to Information Security. The CCR domains aim is to ensure that the person has thorough understanding of the system & an In-Depth knowledge of its architecture. This area also serves as a foundation for other specialty subjects like Malware Analysis and Exploit writing.

Job Roles

Reverse Engineer Secure Code Analyst
Malware Analyst Secure Code Engineer
Malware Researcher Exploit Researcher
Software Anti-Piracy Researcher Senior Software Security Auditor
Software Architecture Security Consultant Senior Security Developer
Application Security Researcher Code Review Analyst

Reverse Engineering Domains

The Reverse Engineering Lab exam is based on the following broad domains:

  1. Assembly Language Fundamentals
  2. Windows Internals
  3. Reversing basics
  4. Disassembling
  5. Debugging
  6. Getting on the battlefield
  7. Dot Net Cracking
  8. Java Reversing
  9. Secure Coding Principles

Prerequisites

  • Programming experience (minimum 6 months recommended)
  • Assembly Language knowledge.
  • Understanding of common executable file formats / Debugging Concepts.


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