nickat May 02,2016 Assembly can be a very daunting subject. Although free tools such as Olly Debugger are available, many in the information security field don't delve into the world of static code analysis because the low level programming language requires some effort to understand. Although this video is short and doesn't present on a very complicated subject, the presenter quickly demonstrates how to understand some basic assembly code and some basic techniques available in OllyDbg. Small building blocks, such as those presented in this video, are valuable confidence builders that may motivate security professionals to reconsider static code analysis.
ronnypaladinoat July 29,2016 Very interesting tool. It seems like using OllyDBG may required some understanding of coding in order to conduct analysis, doesn't seem simple, but very useful. It would be interesting to conduct malware analysis with the tool.
kticfrs500at September 13,2016 Wow...I have never seen an application like this before. How interesting, most especially coming from an object oriented background where I am far removed from the inner workings of the computer such as this video illustrates. I wonder how many instructions it takes to run a game or a thick client app on your computer. How fascinating! I'm real rusty on assembly but would definitely love to revisit a course like this just to see how my code is being executed on that low level.
michealb40at November 10,2016 very difficult tool to use/master for reverse engineering. That was a pretty neat use of it, though.
Safiyahat November 24,2016 It's crazy how quickly he was able to bypass the password security! What a creative idea, to alter the code to accept anything, rather than spending time trying to figuring out the correct password. The quality was not great on this one, as mentioned before, but I'm looking forward to the next video anyway.