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Malware analysis is divided into two types by security specialists. Static malware analysis and dynamic malware analysis are the two types of malware analysis. The two types of malware analysis work toward the same goal. However, the skills and tools necessary are distinct. Static analysis is the process of reviewing and walking through code.

Conclusion. Learning about Malware Analysis can be a tough and rewarding road, whether it's for a new job or just out of curiosity.

Threats can be identified more successfully by using deep behavioural analysis and finding shared code, malicious functionality, or infrastructure. The extraction of IOCs is also a result of malware investigation.

Malware analysis, on the other hand, can be a meaningful and lucrative career if you have a passion for code, white-hat hacking, or simply keeping systems safe. Continue reading to find out how to become a professional malware analyst.

The C family, due to portability across different architectures, the. NET family, due to ease of usage on everything Windows, and the emerging languages Go-lang and Rust-lang are now the most prevalent programming languages used for building malware due to efficiency.

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