The National Security Agency (NSA) will demonstrate a free and open-source tool for reverse engineering malware with the hopes of improving security rather than undermining it.
The agency is advertising the free tool, GHIDRA, as part of its presentation at The 2019 RSA Conference on March 5.
“An interactive GUI capability enables reverse engineers to leverage an integrated set of features that run on a variety of platforms including Windows, Mac OS and LINUX and supports a variety of processor instruction sets,” the description for the event which will be presented by NSA Senior Advisor Robert Joyce.
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