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Welcome to week three

Welcome to week three
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Hello and welcome to week three of the practical malware investigations course. In this week we will cover the practical aspects of investigating suspect processes. You will learn how to identify suspect processes on a live computer and from a captured memory file, also known as a RAM dump. You will then conduct an investigation into suspect processes where you will identify artifacts of interest. You will then be given the opportunity to discuss your findings with other course delegates if you so wish. At the end of the week there will be a short test covering this topic. Again, feel free to comment on the course content as you progress through the course.

Nearly halfway there.

Steve introduces the third week in the Practical Malware Investigations course.

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