Alexander Tereshkin

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Alexander Tereshkin

Alexander Tereshkin is an experienced reverse engineer and an expert into Windows® kernel and hardware virtualization, specializing in rootkit technology and kernel exploitation. He is known for his research on sophisticated ideas for novel rootkit creation and personal firewall bypassing in the past years. Recently he has done significant work in the field of virtualization based malware and Microsoft® Vista™ kernel security. He is a co-author of "Understanding Stealth Malware" course. Alex holds the Russian equivalent of a Master's Degree in Applied Mathematics, and also the Russian equivalent of a PhD degree in Information Security from Taganrog State University Of Radioengineering (Southern Federal University).


Left ITL in 2010

Taught the "Understanding Stealth Malware" course