Exploring Multiple Execution Paths for Malware Analysis

@article{Moser2007ExploringME,
  title={Exploring Multiple Execution Paths for Malware Analysis},
  author={Andreas Moser and Christopher Kr{\"u}gel and Engin Kirda},
  journal={2007 IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy (SP '07)},
  year={2007},
  pages={231-245}
}
Malicious code (or Malware) is defined as software that fulfills the deliberately harmful intent of an attacker. Malware analysis is the process of determining the behavior and purpose of a given Malware sample (such as a virus, worm, or Trojan horse). This process is a necessary step to be able to develop effective detection techniques and removal tools. Currently, Malware analysis is mostly a manual process that is tedious and time-intensive. To mitigate this problem, a number of analysis… CONTINUE READING

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