Media praise for Practical Malware Analysis

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"You can dive into any particular chapter in the book and come away with something. And it may help you look at some common IT tools in a new light. "
-- Christin Deville, Game Vortex

"Practical Malware Analysis, The Hands-On Guide to Dissecting Malicious Software by Michael Sikorski and Andrew Honig is a straight-forward, easy-to-understand guide for anyone who is interested in looking inside the world of malware analysis. This book comes highly recommended to anyone who wants to dissect Windows malware."
-- Connie Harris, TCM Reviews

"This is a great reference book for those interested in malware analysis." Full Review >
-- Sadhana Ganapathiraju, www.nikhedonia.com

"Practical Malware Analysis is a great introduction into the world of malware analysis and disassembly. From the start you will learn relevant skills on how to successfully (and safely) reverse engineer malware and create host-based and network-based signatures for the exercises. The labs are (usually) broken out into 3 parts: One for beginners, intermediate, and advanced skill sets. I really enjoyed this concept and wished more technical books took this approach. It allows you to complete the book, practice what you've learned (or read another book on the topic) then come back and revisit the more difficult labs. Highly recommend for anyone in the information security realm who works with or combats malware." Full Review >
-- Mat Powell, mrpowell80.tumblr.com/