I offer you 10-day free IDA-Pro/Soft-Ice/Syser/OllyDbg/GDB training included, but not restricted to: * IDA Pro fundamentals; * IDA Pro idc-scripts basics; * IDA Pro plug-ins (how to write); * Disassembling trickily programs; * Disassembling Java/.NET byte-code; * Disassembling a custom VM byte-code; * Anti-disassemblering tricks (how to defeat); * Manual unpacking packed exe/dll/elf (NT/Linux/BSD); * Writing your own scripts/plug-ins to automate unpacking; * The best strategy to find security holes in the closed software; * How to design and debug your own "proof-of-concept" exploits; * ...and everything else you want to know, well, almost everything note: this offer will never expire I live in South Russia (see the map bellow, or feed "Russia, Krasnodarskiy kray, gorod Armavir" to http://maps.google.com/ and see the result). There are three major airports around my place: - Pashkovsky Airport Krasnodar (KRR): http://airport.u.nu/KRR; - Mineralnye Vody Airport (MRV): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mineralnye_Vody_Airport; - Rostov-on-Don Airport (ROV): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rostov-on-Don_Airport; of course, I can meet you, if you arrive to Moscow (guess, this would be more simple to you). I live in my own house and have a guest room for you and a dozen computers for training (that means: one learner for a training period or two, if you don't mind to live together, since the room has only one double-bedded bed, I trained a family: husband and wife in the past and they both were in RE). btw, South Russia is a very beautiful place: mountains, canyons, hills, ravines, seas, lakes, waterfalls - just a few to say. so, I invite you to security-training (and camping if you don't mind and we will have free time for this). it's free. you only pay your two-ways tickets to Russia (food, room, etc - is free). I know rus and eng, so you're supposed to talk eng or rus. if you're interested, PM me here or mail to ida-training#nezumi.org.ru # a bit more about myself # have over 15 years of software engineering and reverse engineering experience (CD/DVD protections, PE/ELF packers/protectors, CD/DVD copiers), data flow optimization, CPU-specific optimization, compiler specific optimization, debugging code and analyze binary crash-dumps). Researched malware, developed software/hardware protections, discovered security holes in OSes (Winnows, Linux, xBSD), drivers, applications and x86 CPU, designed a lot of protections to prevent unauthorizing using, optimized code and data structures (x86-asm, C), tested software (including audio/video codecs) and helped to find bugs and fix them, recovered damaged or erased data (HDD, CD/DVD) - just a few to say. published more than 20 books about system programming, and most of them were translated on English, Chinese, Polish and other language I ever don't know (English editions follow bellow); published more than 300 articles in Russian magazines (and most of them are filled up with new ideas or my own researches); * Hacker Disassembling Uncovered: Powerful Techniques To Safeguard Your Programming (ISBN: 1931769222) * Hacker Disassembling Uncovered: Second Edition, totally rewritten (ISBN-10: 1931769648) * CD Cracking Uncovered: Protection Against Unsanctioned CD Copying (ISBN-10: 1931769338) * Data Recovery Tips & Solutions: Windows, Linux, and BSD (ISBN-10: 1931769567) * Code Optimization: Effective Memory Usage (ISBN-10: 1931769249) * Shellcoder's Programming Uncovered (ISBN-10: 193176946X) * Hacker Debugging Uncovered (ISBN-10: 1931769400) welcome to my den!