Online Training: Extended Windows Memory Dump Analysis

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October 4 - October 6 2022 6.30pm - 8.30pm (GMT+1) Price 99 USD Registration

This training course extends pattern-oriented analysis introduced in Accelerated Windows Memory Dump Analysis, Accelerated .NET Core Memory Dump Analysis, and Advanced Windows Memory Dump Analysis with Data Structures courses with:

  • Surveying the current landscape of WinDbg extensions with analysis pattern mappings
  • Writing WinDbg extensions in C and C++
  • Connecting WinDbg to NoSQL databases
  • Connecting WinDbg to streaming and log processing platforms
  • Querying and visualizing WinDbg output data

Slides from the previous training

Before the training, you get:

  • The current PDF book version and recording of the training
  • Practical Foundations of Windows Debugging, Disassembling, Reversing, Second Edition PDF book
  • Access to Software Diagnostics Library

After the training, you also get:

  • The updated PDF book version of the training
  • Personalized Certificate of Attendance with unique CID
  • Optional Personalized Certificate of Completion with unique CID (after the tests)
  • Answers to questions during training sessions
  • New recording

Prerequisites: Working knowledge of WinDbg. Working knowledge of C or C++ is optional (required only for some exercises). Other concepts are explained when necessary.

Audience: Software developers, software maintenance engineers, escalation engineers, quality assurance engineers, security and vulnerability researchers, malware and memory forensics analysts who want to build memory analysis pipelines.

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If you are interested in Windows postmortem software diagnostics using memory dump files there are other courses available:

Accelerated Windows Memory Dump Analysis
Accelerated .NET Core Memory Dump Analysis
Advanced Windows Memory Dump Analysis with Data Structures
Accelerated Windows Malware Analysis with Memory Dumps