Overcoming Limitations of Signature Scanning - Applying TRIZ to Improve Anti-Virus Programs

@inproceedings{Mishra2012OvercomingLO,
  title={Overcoming Limitations of Signature Scanning - Applying TRIZ to Improve Anti-Virus Programs},
  author={U. Mishra},
  year={2012}
}
A virus signature is a sequence of bytes that may be found in a virus program code but unlikely to be found elsewhere. Signature scanning is a method of detecting a virus by scanning a target program to detect the presence of any virus signature. If the signature is found then the target program is deemed infected, otherwise the target program is deemed uninfected. Signature scanning is the most popular method of virus scanning and is adopted by all anti-virus programs. Signature scanning is… Expand
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