Hybrid Analysis and Control of Malware

@inproceedings{Roundy2010HybridAA,
  title={Hybrid Analysis and Control of Malware},
  author={Kevin A. Roundy and Barton P. Miller},
  booktitle={RAID},
  year={2010}
}
Malware attacks necessitate extensive forensic analysis efforts that are manual-labor intensive because of the analysis-resistance techniques that malware authors employ. The most prevalent of these techniques are code unpacking, code overwriting, and control transfer obfuscations. We simplify the analyst’s task by analyzing the code prior to its execution and by providing the ability to selectively monitor its execution. We achieve pre-execution analysis by combining static and dynamic… CONTINUE READING
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