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Current static malware detection techniques have serious limitations, and sandbox testing also fails to provide a complete solution due to time constraints. In this paper, we present a robust assembly language signature-based malware detection technique, with emphasis on detecting obfuscated (or polymorphic) malware and mutated (or metamorphic) malware. The(More)
Diindolylmethane (DIM) is formed by acid catalyzed dimerization of the phytochemical indole‐3‐carbinol, and both compounds inhibit formation and/or growth of mammary tumors in rodents. In this study, we have investigated the aryl hydrocarbon receptor (AhR) agonist activity and inhibitory AhR‐estrogen receptor crosstalk induced by the following(More)
Current static malware detection techniques have serious limitations. Little modifications can result in a new strand of malware that escapes. In this paper, we present a static detection technique using disassembly of a malware emphasizing the recognition of variants of a malware in its signature set. The hypothesis is that all variants share a common core(More)
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