On Jan 2 Mat Powell wrote: Malware Forensics Field Guide for Windows Systems
While not as in-depth as "Practical Malware Analysis" or the "Malware Analysts Cookbook", "Malware Forensics Field Guide for Windows Systems" provides a great field guide for those looking to either create or compliment their incident response process by detailing industry standard techniques for reversing malware. Full Review  >

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On Dec 11 Ninajean Slone wrote: Proud addition to my library
Have you ever been a victim of malware? No? Then you are one lucky person! Everybody I personally know and many that I’ve never met or even heard of have encountered malware at one time of another. Malware is a real pain in the butt to get rid of and truth be told, we shouldn’t have to even worry about it. But that ain’t gonna happen any time soon considering the fact that people who create malware are, in my opinion, just plain uncaring idiots! However there is one good thing about malware, it gives forensics people a chance to study the code and beat the malware coders at their own game. Full Review  >

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