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Dissecting Malicious Network Traffic To Identify Botnet Communication

by Swasti Bhushan Deb Botnets are well-known in the domains of information security, digital forensics and incident response for hosting illegal data, launching DDOS attacks, stealing information, spamming, bitcoin mining, spreading ransomware, launching brute force attacks, managing remote access to connected devices, and even propagating infection to other devices, among other things. Internet Relay Chat (IRC) … Continue reading

Deep Learning At The Shallow End: Malware Classification For Non-Domain Experts

by Quan Le, Oisín Boydell, Brian Mac Namee & Mark Scanlon Abstract Current malware detection and classification approaches generally rely on time consuming and knowledge intensive processes to extract patterns (signatures) and behaviors from malware, which are then used for identification. Moreover, these signatures are often limited to local, contiguous sequences within the data whilst … Continue reading

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