Threat hunting is a cybersecurity technique where threat hunters scour networks, systems, and devices for anomalies to proactively search for cyber threats. Proactive threat hunting is an important measure that allows analysts to deep dive into the attack surface and expose malicious threats.

Malware is the foundation of most cyberattacks. When computers get infected with viruses, ransomware, adware, trojans, and rootkits it is imperative for cybersecurity professionals to understand how these pieces of malicious software affect the computers and organizations they infect.

In this hands-on learning series, you will gain a thorough understanding of threat hunting through malware analysis. The series start with an introduction to various tools used by security professionals, and then going through exploration of how to dissect and understand malicious software attacks.

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