Windows Performance Toolkit Tutorial Series – Learn the Windows Performance Toolkit
Windows Performance Toolkit: Virus Analysis
What happens when your computer starts acting unpredictably, keeps shutting down, or stops responding all together? A virus is the most likely culprit. The Windows Performance Toolkit provides tools to catch the anti-virus programs miss. In this course, Thomas Pantels shows how to inspect a self-replicating virus that injects its own malicious code into other normal Windows programs and files. These newly infected files further spread the virus when they are executed. By analyzing CPU usage and file I / O activity with Windows Performance Analyzer, you can isolate the virus and remove it from your system permanently.
– Virus Analysis
Windows Performance Toolkit: Worm Analysis
Did you know your computer could be sending spam to your coworkers and contacts without your consent or knowledge? A worm is the most likely culprit. Unlike a virus, a worm can spread without user interaction. Anyone who just opens your email will be infected. Windows Performance Toolkit provides tools to catch worms that antivirus programs can miss. Join instructor Thomas Pantels as he shows how to use Windows Performance Toolkit to analyze and locate a worm that will automatically send spam emails to the contacts in your Microsoft account. By analyzing network I / O activity and disk and CPU usage, he shows how to isolate the worm and provides tips to remove it from your system permanently.
– Worm Analysis
Windows Performance Toolkit: Malware Analysis
Every time you go online, you face the threat of malware. In this course, learn how to find and analyze malware that is undetected by most antivirus programs. Follow Thomas Pantels as he shows how to work with the Windows Performance Recorder, which is used to record system events and the Windows Performance Analyzer, which is used to inspect these events. He explains how to find and analyze key logger patterns and then shows how to analyze screen recordings, webcam recordings and microphone recordings.
– Analyzing malware – Reviewing
the overall structure of malware
– Collecting malware data
– Finding and analyzing keylogger patterns
– Analyzing screen recordings
– Analyzing webcam recordings
– Analyzing microphone recordings
– Recording prevention tips
Language of instruction: English
Teacher: Thomas Pantels
Level of training :, Secondary
File Size: 1203 MB