Training: Accelerated Windows Memory Dump Analysis
We resume our flagship training course with the new version 4!
Learn how to analyze application, service and system crashes and freezes, navigate through memory dump space and diagnose heap corruption, memory leaks, CPU spikes, blocked threads, deadlocks, wait chains, and much more. We use a unique and innovative pattern-oriented analysis approach to speed up the learning curve. The training consists of more than 28 practical step-by-step exercises using WinDbg highlighting more than 60 patterns diagnosed in 32-bit and 64-bit process, kernel, complete (physical), and active memory dumps.
This new training version is updated for Windows 10 x64 and WinDbg 10. It also includes fully reworked modeling examples and memory analysis patterns introduced since the previous training versions.
If you are registered, you are allowed to optionally submit your memory dumps before and during the training. This will allow us in addition to the carefully constructed problems tailor extra examples to the needs of the attendees.
The training consists of 4 two-hour sessions (2 hours every day). When you finish the training you additionally get:
Prerequisites: Basic Windows troubleshooting
Audience: Software technical support and escalation engineers, system administrators, security researchers, reverse engineers, malware and memory forensics analysts, software developers and quality assurance engineers
Price: 300 USD
Currently only available in a PDF book format with $50 discount.
I would like to thank you and recommend your training. I think that the “Accelerated Windows Memory Dump Analysis” training is a pin-point, well taught training. I think it’s the leading training in the dump analysis area and I’ve enjoyed it, the books and materials are very detailed and well written and Dmitry answered all of the needed question. In addition after the training Dmitry sent a PDF with written answers and more information about the questions that were asked. I will give this training 5/5. Thank you Dmitry. --Yaniv Miron, Security Researcher, IL.Hack
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