Get ready to explore the exciting world of malware reverse engineering as we take a look at the destructive software used during the November attacks against Sony Entertainment. This presentation will take a look at the static analysis, dynamic analysis, and network forensics that compose a complete picture of the wiper malware that gained an unparalleled amount of media attention. We will take a close look at the methods Destover used to defeat security properties such as confidentiality, integrity, availability and the overall malware’s methods of persistence, obfuscation, and self-modification.
Vincent Moscatello is a junior pursuing a degree in Computer Science at the University of Florida. He currently serves as the teaching assistant for CIS 6930/4930: Malware Reverse Engineering and acts as the president of the Student Infosec Team, UF’s information security club.