Static reverse-engineering in IDA can often be problematic. Certain values are calculated at run time, which makes it difficult to understand what a certain basic block is doing. But, if you try to perform dynamic analysis by debugging a piece of malware, the malware will often detect it and start behaving differently. Cisco Talos is here with Dynamic Data Resolver (DDR) a new plugin for IDA that aims to make the reverse-engineering of malware easier.