Shades of Red: RedXOR Linux backdoor and its Chinese origins
Avigayil is a security researcher at Intezer specializing in malware analysis and threat hunting. During her time at Intezer, she has uncovered and documented different malware targeting both Linux and Windows platforms. As part of her ongoing work she has initiated the ELF Malware Analysis 101 series, to make ELF analysis approachable for beginners. Prior to joining Intezer, Avigayil was a cyber analyst in Check Point's mobile threat detection group.
Dr Joakim Kennedy is a security researcher for Intezer. On a daily basis he analyses malware, tracks threat actors, and solves security problems. His work is mainly focused on threats that target Linux systems and cloud environments. Dr Kennedy began in the industry as a security researcher at Rapid7, where he got his start in vulnerabilities research. Following his time with Rapid7, he joined Anomali. Whilst there, he managed Anomali's Threat Research Team, where they focused on creating threat intelligence. Dr Kennedy has been a featured speaker at multiple BSides events and at the CCB's Quarterly Cyber Threat Report Event. He has also presented at various other industry events. For the last few years, Dr Kennedy has been researching malware written in Go. To make the analysis easier he has written the Go Reverse Engineering Toolkit (github.com/goretk), an open-source toolkit for analysis of Go binaries.