1. Introduction to Malware Analysis

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    from SANS Institute / Added

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    Learn malware analysis fundamentals from the primary author of SANS' course FOR610: Reverse-Engineering Malware (REM). More at http://LearnREM.com. In this session, Lenny Zeltser will introduce you to the process of reverse-engineering malicious software. He will outline behavioral and code analysis phases, to make this topic accessible even to individuals with a limited exposure to programming concepts. You'll learn the fundamentals and associated tools to get started with malware analysis. You can download the speaker's slides, complete with full notes here: http://zeltser.com/reverse-malware/intro-to-malware-analysis.pdf These slides are also useful when you cannot see full details on your screen while watching the video. Leny Zeltser teaches a popular malware analysis course at SANS Institute. He has helped IT administrators, security professionals, and malware specialists fight malicious code in their organizations.

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    • PuDB Intro Screencast

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      from Andreas Klöckner / Added

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      This screencast introduces PuDB, a console-based Python debugger. It's open-source and available at http://pypi.python.org/pypi/pudb.

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      • A Clojure debugger for SLIME!

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        from Hugo Duncan / Added

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        If you have ever used the SLIME debugger in CL or scheme, you know what you have been missing when developing in Clojure. This video shows how to use swank-clj to get a similar experience when debugging clojure code. It shows breakpoints, trapping of exceptions, the SLIME inspector and disassembly. Try it out https://github.com/​hugoduncan/​swank-clj

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        • Opera Dragonfly tour (8 mins)

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          from Bruce Lawson / Added

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          A whistlestop tour around Opera's new debugger, Opera Dragonfly, by Bruce Lawson. Inspect your JavaScript, edit CSS and HTML on the fly, remotely debug mobile applications all within the browser (nothing else to download). It's like Rock mixed with Roll with a dash of ooh-la-la.

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          • A basic introduction to using Pry, an IRB alternative for Ruby

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            See full documentation here: http://github.com/pry/pry/wiki Pry is a powerful alternative to the standard IRB shell for Ruby. It is written from scratch to provide a number of advanced features, some of these include: Source code browsing (including core C source with the pry-doc gem) Documentation browsing Live help system Open methods in editors (edit-method Class#method) Syntax highlighting Command shell integration (start editors, run git, and rake from within Pry) Gist integration Navigation around state (cd, ls and friends) Runtime invocation (use Pry as a developer console or debugger) Exotic object support (BasicObject instances, IClasses, ...) A Powerful and flexible command system Ability to view and replay history Many convenience commands inspired by IPython and other advanced REPLs

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            • Workshop: Wakanda Server Coding

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              Dave Terry of PDM Inc presents the workshop "Wakanda Server Coding" - Learn more about programming in Wakanda Server’s native language, JavaScript. Through numerous examples, Dave will show you how to reference datastore classes, create entities, assign values to attributes, set relation attributes, validate entities, and save entities on the server. You will explore the various scopes of server-side methods, how to perform queries on data classes and how to work with entity collections. Dave will also introduce the Wakanda Server debugger.

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              • Ловим баги с помощью Opera Dragonfly

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                from Vadim Makeev / Added

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                Доклад Патрика Лауке «Ловим баги с помощью Opera Dragonfly», прозвучавший в секции фронтенд, организованной сообществом «Веб-стандарты» на конференции РИТ 2012, которая прошла 2-3 апреля 2012 года в Москве. Презентация: webstandardsdays.ru/2012/04/02/pres/dragonfly.pdf (5,8 МБ)

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                • Basement Coders Interview with Prashant Deva of Chronon Systems

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                  from Craig Tataryn / Added

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                  In this interview Prashant takes us through Chronon which he describes as 'DVR for debuggers'. That's right, you can actually step through a program that has already run! An invaluable tool for tracking down those nasty production bugs. The product is amazing, it's not a simple gimmick, I believe it will become the de-facto standard for JVM-based production servers.

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                  • RadRails Integrated Debugger

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                    Step debug your Ruby and Rails applications right from within RadRails. Look at local variables, set watch variables, set conditional breakpoints, along with a host of other debugging features.

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                    • Firefox 31: Add-on Debugger

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                      from Jordan Santell / Added

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                      Landed in Firefox 31, the Add-on Debugger feature allows you to to use the developer tools' Debugger feature to add line breaks, step in, out and over execution, and inspect variables and scopes of modules used in an add-on. Check it out and give us feedback in irc (irc.mozilla.org) at #devtools, or on Twitter (@firefoxdevtools).

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