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Intepreting PE (Portable Executable) headers of suspicious malware files
I am starting up on malware analysis, and I am analyzing a file to see if it is packed or obfuscated. Using PEview I am examining the .text, .rdata and .data headers. I know that if there is a big ...
Jun 19 '12 at 12:12
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