Crowdsourced Malware Triage presented at phdays 2016

by Sean Wilson, Sergey Frankoff,

Summary : Malware triage is a process of quickly analyzing potentially malicious files or URLs. It is an important function in any mature incident response program. But what if you don’t have an incident response program? What if you are just setting one up? What if you don’t have the tools you need to perform your analysis? With the current offering of free online tools and the right mindset, a web browser and a notepad may be all you need. In this workshop, participants will work through the triage using only free online tools. The moderator will provide an introduction and demo of each tool.LanguageEnglishSergey Frankoff
A malware researcher and the director of threat intelligence at Sentrant. Prior to joining Sentrant, worked as an incident responder and a security analyst. A strong believer in taking an open community approach to combating cybercrimes. Contributes to open source tools and tries to publish as much as possible. A co-founder of Open Analysis, a group of malware researchers and incident responders who produce open tools and services to assist with malware analysis.
A researcher at PhishMe with experience in malware analysis, incident response, and reverse engineering. He is an active contributor to open-source security tools. A co-founder of Open Analysis, a collective of malware researchers and incident responders who produce open tools and services to assist with malware analysis. In his free time, Sean loves fly fishing. Sergey Frankoff and Sean Wilson Sergey Frankoff and Sean Wilson Experts Don’t Need No Education.