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Malware Behavior

André GrégioMario Jino (Orientador)Paulo Lício de Geus (Co-Orientador)

Malware attacks are the most dangerous current threat to computer systems security. The main mechanism used for protection against malware is the antivirus, which does not provide sufficient information about the infection and may be easily bypassed by obfuscation and anti-analysis techniques. Therefore, we need to deeply understand what malware samples do during an attack so as to develop effective defense mechanisms. In this work, we delve into malware behavior to propose (i) an extensible, behavior-centric taxonomy, (ii) a dynamic analysis system that extracts behavioral profiles, (iii) detection techniques for Internet Banking malware, (iv) a visualization tool for execution traces, and (v) an instruction-based clustering technique to identify families and code reuse.

http://www.lbd.dcc.ufmg.br/colecoes/sbseg/2014/0057.pdf

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