Tag Archives: Malware

CEHv9 Certified Ethical Hacking – White Hat vs. Black Hat – Why Ethical Hacking is important

  Transcription I’m Mike Danseglio, and I’m an instructor here at Interface Technical Training. One of the classes I teach here at Interface is Certified Ethical Hacking CEHv9. I Ethical hacking is a critical skill-set for anybody to have that’s in IT Security. Ethical Hacking is all about learning how hackers attack systems, how they … Continue reading CEHv9 Certified Ethical Hacking – White Hat vs. Black Hat – Why Ethical Hacking is important

Forensic Investigation of Malware – What’s going on Behind the Scenes

This post is an excerpt from a previous webinar – Live Detailed Forensic Investigation of Malware Infection with Mike Danseglio. April 21, 2015. You can watch the replay of this webinar on our website Detailed Forensic Investigation of Malware Infections. In this webinar, Mike Danseglio setup three computers with a fresh installation of Windows 7, each … Continue reading Forensic Investigation of Malware – What’s going on Behind the Scenes

A Malware Recovery Scenario – Hacktool

A former student sent me an email requesting assistance with a computer issue. Microsoft Security Essentials continued to post the message “error warning: HACKTOOL:WIN32/Keygen”. Hacktool malware was quarantined. Other symptoms started to appear. Following appropriate guidance, the student looked into the event viewer. The most often repeated error that the student noticed was “The driver … Continue reading A Malware Recovery Scenario – Hacktool