How to analyze programs without source code? Can I trust a program from an unknown source? What does this malware do? How do I fix bugs in programs that are no longer supported?
To answer these questions, we will gain insights in binary program analysis techniques, namely reverse engineering. We learn how to translate machine code into assembly and reconstruct the code in a higher-level language. For this, the participants gradually learn new concepts and deepen their knowledge in numerous hands-on sessions.
3 days, 1,380.00 € + 16% vat = 1,600.80 €
Full eight clock hours per day, complete set of literature, WiFi, complimentary notebook, full board, drinks (selected wines are charged separately), pastries, homemade cakes, sauna, social program
Extended/reduced amenities on demand:
|Surcharge per guest night in two bed rooms (spacious and comfortable rooms)||59.00 € + 5% vat = 61.95 €||per night|
|Surcharge per guest night in the Linuxhotel-flat share||83.00 € + 5% vat = 87.15 €||per night|
|Surcharge per guest night in single rooms (depending on availabity, early reservation recommended)||129.00 € + 5% vat = 135.45 €||per night|
|Reduction for half board instead of full board accomodation||-29.00 € + 16% vat = -33.64 €||per day|
|Reduction w/o social program||-8.00 € + 16% vat = -9.28 €||per evening|
Tim Blazytko is a reverse engineer and researcher at the Ruhr-Universität Bochum. His research focus is on novel methods for program analysis in the context of binary application security. Alongside his research, Tim gives trainings and performs security audits as a freelancer.
The Linuxhotel seminars focus almost exclusively on free software. In most cases you recoup your training expenses by being able to use free software.