Getting Started with Windows Memory Forensics
By learning how to capture computer memory and profile its contents, you'll add an invaluable resource to your incident response, malware analysis, and digital forensics capabilities.
What you'll learn
Companies protect themselves with digital defenses such as firewalls, encryption, and signature/heuristic scanning. Additionally, nations plan attacks by targeting power grids, infiltrating military data centers, and stealing trade secrets from both public and private sectors. In this course, Getting Started with Windows Memory Forensics, you will gain the ability to examine the different compartments of the windows operating system to discover abnormal or malicious behavior. First, you will learn how to examine process memory. Next, you will discover how to identify malicious network connections. Finally, you will explore how to detect code injection and perform memory extraction and analysis. When you are finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge of Windows Memory Forensics needed to examine the different compartments of the windows operating system to discover abnormal or malicious behavior.