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Christopher C. Elisan, a seasoned reverse engineer and malware researcher, is the principal malware scientist at RSA NetWitness. He frequently contributes expert opinion about malware, botnets, and advance persistent threats for leading publications, including USA Today, InformationWeek, and Dark Reading.



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4 internautes sur 4 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
An excellent introduction to malware 4 décembre 2012
Par R. S. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
If the basics of how malware works is a mystery to you (as much of it was to me), then this is the book for you. Mr. Elisan writes so that you don't need to be a software engineer or an expert at coding to understand how malware does what it does. The section on rootkits is very good, worth the price of the book by itself.
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good read for any infosec professional 16 octobre 2012
Par InfoSecGuy - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Malware is such a vast topic that books that try to cover anything and everything can easily drown any reader, newbie and expert alike in information of which only a tiny percentage will ever be useful. Mr. Elisan has produced a concise digest of the the most relevant topics in malware today - rootkits, botnets, and practical knowledge of how to thwart these threats. For the tech-savvy person with more than a casual interest in malware, or the seasoned information security professional tasked with protecting their enterprise's assets, this book is a very good starting point in learning all about malware.
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Interesting Book 22 mai 2013
Par Neal F. Lord - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I loved that this book covers the basics of where malware comes from and what there reason is for making it. It goes into the dark dungeons of where cyber criminals turn of Malware and just how they make there money of us if we are not careful. Also how we can help not line their pockets.
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Opened my eyes 19 avril 2013
Par Moriarty - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I am required to take annual security training, but this book substantially increased my level of awareness. The author takes a fairly complex subject and makes most of it accessible to people who have some understanding of computers and software but are not programmers. Admittedly, I waded through some of the discussion about how malware enters operating systems and other sofware, but it was worth the wade, and that discussion was not most of the book.

The discussions of how people are tricked into allowing or even inviting malware into their systems are great. First thing that happened after reading the book is I realized a site that came up on a search was posing as a legitimate anti-virus provider, providing "free" downloads to ensure your PC's security. I reported it to the company who said indeed it was not their site. It's nice getting the bad guys, and even nice knowing I have a tool set beyond my virus checker and firewall to avoid them.
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Malware, Rootkits & Botnets A Beginner's Guide: A Review 7 janvier 2013
Par E. R. "Mike" Anders - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Christopher Elisan makes no secret of the fact he "earned his bones" working in the trenches at Trend Micro's TrendLabs. The time was well spent and apparently proved to be an excellent "school of hard knocks" for the malware expert who is currently the principle Malware Analyst at RSA NetWitness.

"Malware, Rootkits & Botnets: A Beginner's Guide" takes the reader on a fascinating, if not at times, frightening journey across a cyber landscape populated with Hackers, Hactivists, and Fraudsters. For the rank beginner, the trip can be a scary one, but Elisan is an excellent Guide who points out the various pitfalls, and traps along the way, and does so in a clear and informative manner.

In the first part of the book, Elisan lays a firm foundation with a brief history of malware, and a lively discussion of Rootkits and Botnets. If you did not know what a "Botnet" was beforehand, you will get an education in one of my favorite chapters, "Rise of the Botnets." You will learn not only what a "Botnet" is, but what are the main characteristics and key components, as well as how they are used for malicious intent. Then in the second part of the book, aptly titled, "Welcome to the Jungle," Elisan describes where denizens of the malware "threat ecosystem" lurk. He describes in detail infections, and compromises, before launching into the third part of the book examining the matter of protections, particularly the daunting task of protecting the "Enterprise," tasks that range from detecting threats to mitigating them. Finally, the book concludes with a nonsense look at what the future may portend with respect to the ever expanding and increasingly challenging threat from Malware, Rootkits and Botnets.

Elisan also provides, as an appendix, containing useful links to online security products and security tools. The "Beginners Guide . . ." is excellent starting point for anyone interested in the subject of cyber security and cyber crime, specifically when it comes to understanding the mystery and complexity of malware. In fact, the "Beginners Guide . . ." would make an excellent introductory text book on the subject. Big hint there! On the other hand, the "Beginners Guide . . ." also constitutes a solid review of the subject for the experienced cyber-security practitioner. Not a lecture, just an observation - Mike Anders, CEH, C|HFI, Security+, Network+
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