[Owasp-Houston] Study group book choices
roryscarson at gmail.com
Tue Jun 21 19:42:07 UTC 2016
I'm going to be working through some of these books on my own if anyone
would like to join in either in any form or fashion. In person, online,
guided book club style or just group communication to get help with.
I am currently using Black Hat Python: Python Programming for Hackers and
Pentesters by Justin Seitz but also have these books if y'all would prefer
to work on something else.
- Reverse Engineering for Beginners - Dennis Yurichev(highly regarded,
beginner friendly, and works well withchallenges.re site)
- Practical Malware Analysis: The Hands‑on Guide to Dissecting Malicious
Software - Andrew Honig and Michael Sikorski(completely self contained,
seems to cover everything yet is the most beginner friendly)
- Designing BSD Rootkits: An Introduction to Kernel Hacking - Joseph
Kong(this seems rather detailed and might require some decent C knowledge
and nix experience).
If you're interested let me know and what method works best. I'll setup a
Telegram group once some more people join for easier communication.
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