Rootkits And Bootkits - Alex Matrosov

Rootkits And Bootkits

Reversing Modern Malware and Next Generation Threats

; Eugene Rodionov ; Sergey Bratus

Security experts Alex Matrosov, Eugene Rodionov, and Sergey Bratus share the knowledge they've gained over years of professional research to help you counter threats. We're talking hard stuff - attacks buried deep in a machine's boot process or UEFI firmware that keep malware analysts up late at night. Les mer
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Security experts Alex Matrosov, Eugene Rodionov, and Sergey Bratus share the knowledge they've gained over years of professional research to help you counter threats. We're talking hard stuff - attacks buried deep in a machine's boot process or UEFI firmware that keep malware analysts up late at night. With these field notes, you'll trace malware evolution from rootkits like TDL3 to present day UEFI implants and examine how these malware infect the system, persist through reboot, and evade security software. The game is not lost.
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Forlag: No Starch Press,US
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Språk: Engelsk
ISBN: 9781593277161
Format: 24 x 18 cm
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«“This deep reference, jam-packed with code and technical information, will support an engineer or system administrator tasked with putting these vulnerabilities in their place.” 
—Ben Rothke, Security Management


“Alex Matrosov, Eugene Rodionov, and Sergey Bratus are experts in their field that have delivered a solid hands-on technical book. While enthralled with the stories from the trenches, I got flashbacks of my days of analyzing rootkits on SunOS and Solaris workstations about 20 years ago. It was a fun book to read.” 
—Sven Dietrich, Cipher: the newsletter of the IEEE Computer Society's Technical Committee on Security and Privacy

"I enjoyed reading the book and learning about the malware, even if it was not particularly relevant to me, as 'I don’t do Windows.' Still, there’s more than enough here that’s relevant to Linux users, as malware writers are now turning their attention to Linux servers." 
—Rik Farrow, USENIX ;login: magazine


"[A] seminal book that explains how to understand and counter sophisticated, advanced threats buried deep in a machine’s boot process or UEFI firmware."
—Business Wire»

Alex Matrosov is a leading offensive security researcher at NVIDIA. He has more than two decades of experience with reverse engineering, advanced malware analysis, firmware security, and exploitation techniques. Before joining NVIDIA, Alex served as Principal Security Researcher at Intel Security Center of Excellence (SeCoE), spent more than six years in the Intel Advanced Threat Research team, and was Senior Security Researcher at ESET. Alex has authored and co-authored numerous research papers and is a frequent speaker at security conferences, including REcon, ZeroNights, Black Hat, DEFCON, and others. Alex received an award from Hex-Rays for his open source plug-in HexRaysCodeXplorer, supported since 2013 by the team at REhint.

Eugene Rodionov, PhD, is a Security Researcher at Intel working in BIOS security for Client Platforms. Before that, Rodionov ran internal research projects and performed in-depth analysis of complex threats at ESET. His fields of interest include firmware security, kernel-mode programming, anti-rootkit technologies, and reverse engineering. Rodionov has spoken at security conferences, such as Black Hat, REcon, ZeroNights, and CARO, and has co-authored numerous research papers.

Sergey Bratus is a Research Associate Professor in the Computer Science Department at Dartmouth College. He has previously worked at BBN Technologies on Natural Language Processing research. Bratus is interested in all aspects of Unix security, in particular Linux kernel security, and detection and reverse engineering of Linux malware.