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    A Learning-based Static Malware Detection System with Integrated Feature

    Zhiguo Chen1,*, Xiaorui Zhang1,2, Sungryul Kim3

    Intelligent Automation & Soft Computing, Vol.27, No.3, pp. 891-908, 2021, DOI:10.32604/iasc.2021.016933

    Abstract The rapid growth of malware poses a significant threat to the security of computer systems. Analysts now need to examine thousands of malware samples daily. It has become a challenging task to determine whether a program is a benign program or malware. Making accurate decisions about the program is crucial for anti-malware products. Precise malware detection techniques have become a popular issue in computer security. Traditional malware detection uses signature-based strategies, which are the most widespread method used in commercial anti-malware software. This method works well against known malware but cannot detect new malware. To… More >

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    TLSmell: Direct Identification on Malicious HTTPs Encryption Traffic with Simple Connection-Specific Indicators

    Zhengqiu Weng1,2, Timing Chen1,*, Tiantian Zhu1, Hang Dong1, Dan Zhou1, Osama Alfarraj3

    Computer Systems Science and Engineering, Vol.37, No.1, pp. 105-119, 2021, DOI:10.32604/csse.2021.015074

    Abstract Internet traffic encryption is a very common traffic protection method. Most internet traffic is protected by the encryption protocol called transport layer security (TLS). Although traffic encryption can ensure the security of communication, it also enables malware to hide its information and avoid being detected. At present, most of the malicious traffic detection methods are aimed at the unencrypted ones. There are some problems in the detection of encrypted traffic, such as high false positive rate, difficulty in feature extraction, and insufficient practicability. The accuracy and effectiveness of existing methods need to be improved. In… More >

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    An Effective Memory Analysis for Malware Detection and Classification

    Rami Sihwail*, Khairuddin Omar, Khairul Akram Zainol Ariffin

    CMC-Computers, Materials & Continua, Vol.67, No.2, pp. 2301-2320, 2021, DOI:10.32604/cmc.2021.014510

    Abstract The study of malware behaviors, over the last years, has received tremendous attention from researchers for the purpose of reducing malware risks. Most of the investigating experiments are performed using either static analysis or behavior analysis. However, recent studies have shown that both analyses are vulnerable to modern malware files that use several techniques to avoid analysis and detection. Therefore, extracted features could be meaningless and a distraction for malware analysts. However, the volatile memory can expose useful information about malware behaviors and characteristics. In addition, memory analysis is capable of detecting unconventional malware, such… More >

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    Novel Android Malware Detection Method Based on Multi-dimensional Hybrid Features Extraction and Analysis

    Yue Li1, Guangquan Xu2,3, Hequn Xian1,*, Longlong Rao3, Jiangang Shi4,*

    Intelligent Automation & Soft Computing, Vol.25, No.3, pp. 637-647, 2019, DOI:10.31209/2019.100000118

    Abstract In order to prevent the spread of Android malware and protect privacy information from being compromised, this study proposes a novel multidimensional hybrid features extraction and analysis method for Android malware detection. This method is based primarily on a multidimensional hybrid features vector by extracting the information of permission requests, API calls, and runtime behaviors. The innovation of this study is to extract greater amounts of static and dynamic features information and combine them, that renders the features vector for training completer and more comprehensive. In addition, the feature selection algorithm is used to further More >

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    Using Object Detection Network for Malware Detection and Identification in Network Traffic Packets

    Chunlai Du1, Shenghui Liu1, Lei Si2, Yanhui Guo2, *, Tong Jin1

    CMC-Computers, Materials & Continua, Vol.64, No.3, pp. 1785-1796, 2020, DOI:10.32604/cmc.2020.010091

    Abstract In recent years, the number of exposed vulnerabilities has grown rapidly and more and more attacks occurred to intrude on the target computers using these vulnerabilities such as different malware. Malware detection has attracted more attention and still faces severe challenges. As malware detection based traditional machine learning relies on exports’ experience to design efficient features to distinguish different malware, it causes bottleneck on feature engineer and is also time-consuming to find efficient features. Due to its promising ability in automatically proposing and selecting significant features, deep learning has gradually become a research hotspot. In More >

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