MAXS: Scaling Malware Execution with Sequential Multi-Hypothesis Testing
AsiaCCS, pp. 771-782, 2016.
In an attempt to coerce useful information about the behavior of new malware families, threat analysts commonly force newly collected malicious software samples to run within a sandboxed environment. The main goal is to gather intelligence that can later be leveraged to detect and enumerate new malware infections within a network. Current...More
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