CS212 Assembly Programming & Reverse Engineering -- Spring 2017

CLASS 212A MEETS MWF 10:00:03-10:49:57 IN DEWEY 206
CLASS 212B MEETS MWF 11:00:03-11:49:57 IN DEWEY 211

An introduction to assembly lanuage and reverse engineering, including relationship among machine language, assemblers, disassemblers, compilers, and interpreters. This courses provides requisite skills for computer forensics, malware analysis, and cryptology. Prerequisites: 'C' or higher in IS 131 or CS 140.

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Course description -- detailed teaching objectives, assignments, grading, standards, requirements, policies, rewards, penalties.

Syllabus/schedule -- PDF file with week-by-week listing of every required reading, quiz, project, exam, and their deadlines.

Some generally useful resources:

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All assignments, projects, quizzes, exams are available through the CS212AB section of NUoodle.

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Updated 2017-01-15