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New cloud-based threat intelligence web services.
Press Releases | June 15, 2012

New cloud-based threat intelligence web services.

TITANIUMCLOUD™ CLASSIFIES UP-TO-DATE INFORMATION AND PROVIDES POWERFUL ALERT WEB SERVICES ON OVER 1 BILLION MALICIOUS AND NON-MALICIOUS FILES AND THEIR INTERNALS. ReversingLabs, the global leader in automated static malware analysis tools and services, announced today the TitaniumCloud™ (TiCloud™) web service that provides the industry’s most comprehensive source for threat intelligence on unknown files.

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ReversingLabs and IQT Enter into Strategic Partnership
Press Releases | February 15, 2012

ReversingLabs and IQT Enter into Strategic Partnership

CAMBRIDGE, MA, FEBRUARY 15, 2012 — ReversingLabs, a company specializing in rapid analysis of unknown binary content, has entered into a Strategic Partnership Agreement with In-Q-Tel (IQT), the independent strategic investment firm that identifies innovative technology products to support the missions of the U.S. Intelligence Community.

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Undocumented PECOFF
White Paper | July 11, 2011

Undocumented PECOFF

In this paper we will disclose our recent findings about never before seen PE or Portable executable format malformations. These findings have serious consequences on security and reverse engineering tools and lead to multiple exploit vectors.

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Reverse engineering software protections
Blog | July 2, 2011

Reverse engineering software protections

Learn how to do in depth analysis of compressed and encrypted binary files. Attendees will receive hands-on experience working with the tools designed to do static and dynamic analysis of the PECOFF file format and formats derived from it covering both x86 and x64 platforms. Instructors: Tomislav Pericin and Nicolas Brulez Dates: 6-7 July 2011 Availability: 20 Seats

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Reversing software compressions: Tale of dragons and men who slay them
Blog | July 2, 2011

Reversing software compressions: Tale of dragons and men who slay them

Reverse engineering compressed binaries has been a necessity for more than a two decades now, and we as reverse engineers are always on a lookout for newest and fastest ways of accomplishing our goal. In that spirit numerous presentations, during the last few years, have been held involving the great abundance of ways one can make a single generic solution that unpacks it all. This presentation is its exact opposite as it will focus on reverse engineering specifics for numerous commonly used software compressions.

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Introducing TitaniumCore2
Blog | May 3, 2011

Introducing TitaniumCore2

After almost nine months of complete silence we are proud to present the reason for our disappearance. Its called TitaniumCore2 and it has been designed to identify, verify and unpack any binary content it is served. Built on top of years of experience with file analysis and reverse engineering TitaniumCore2 is the next stepping stone in the struggle to classify every bit that flies trough the inter-tubes of internet. TitaniumCore2 is a unique multithreaded file analysis platform that performs file identification, unpacking, steganography detection and damaged file recovery.

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Combat reverse engineering
Blog | September 6, 2010

Combat reverse engineering

Reverse engineering is the only weapon of choice when it comes to malware unpacking and analysis. It gives us an inside look into the malware creations and enables us to understand their ins and outs. One such malicious sample was sent to us today for analysis. The file in question is an update for a rogue anti-virus solution and it uses an interesting encryption and packing options to hide its presence from legitimate security software solutions. For our today's blog we demonstrate the actions needed to remove the protections utilized by malicious software in order to get to the core malware functionality. Until next week...

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Mist in the morning
News | August 17, 2010

Mist in the morning

TitanMist, the newest project from ReversingLabs, was presented at this year's BlackHat USA. Being our youngest product, it got the most attention. As a sign of our high hopes for this project, we've dedicated ourselves to creating a detailed roadmap for it, a roadmap based on your desires, your expectations, and best of all: your contributions. Below are the milestones for the project's future:

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BlackHat USA Recap
Blog | August 12, 2010

BlackHat USA Recap

BlackHat, one of the world's biggest security conferences, was held in Las Vegas two weeks ago. Among the BlackHat conferences this year, Las Vegas was by far the biggest event - bringing thousands of security researchers to the heart of the Sin City. Bigger then ever before, BlackHat featured eleven tracks with an impressive number of high quality talks and trainings. We were there, and we were more than proud to present our newest file analysis tool, TitanMist, to the World.

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Introducing TitanMist
Blog | July 30, 2010

Introducing TitanMist

Security is notoriously disunited. Every year multiple tools and projects are released and never maintained. TitanMist is its inverse opposite. Built on top of TitanEngine, it provides automation and manages all known and good PEID signatures, unpacking scripts and other tools in one unified tool. TitanMist is the nicely packaged and open source catch all tool that will become your first line of defense. The project also goes beyond pure tool development. It builds a forum to share information and reverse engineering experience built around the biggest online and collaborative knowledge base about software packers.

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REcon recap
Blog | July 14, 2010

REcon recap

We had a great time during this year's REcon Conference last week. Now it is the time to sort out our impressions. First of all, thanks to all that attended our TitanEngine training and during the course of 3 days learned how to make unpackers with our engine. We covered coding of both static and dynamic unpackers and showed how to deal with the complex protection options that reverse engineers come across on a daily basis.

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ReversingLabs Summer Challenge
Blog | July 14, 2010

ReversingLabs Summer Challenge

Looks cool? Want one? All you have to do is solve this challenge and tell us what is the password we seek. Sounds easy? Its not... Mail us with your solution at: blog(at)reversinglabs(dot)com; Challenge is now closed! Thanks to everyone who participated. Click read more for the solution...

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TitanEngine and LUA SDK
Blog | July 4, 2010

TitanEngine and LUA SDK

As we said in the blog dedicated to our latest TitanEngine release we are continuously working on expanding our SDK to support as much programming languages as possible. That is why the next major version update for TitanEngine will feature a support for LUA scripting language. This is it from ReversingLabs for this year. Enjoy the holidays!

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