9.2 – Methods of Malware Analysis

9.2 – Methods of Malware Analysis
In this section, let us examine some of the methods which are used in malware analysis. Detecting Packed/Obfuscated: Packed or repacked malware is malware that has been altered during a runtime compression, so that the malware will become tougher to be acknowledged by antivirus, making it tougher for malware researchers to carry out malware analysis. Obfuscation is a method of making a machine language or source code of a program to become more abstract. Obfuscation, usually, is implemented by programmers at their program to make it tougher to be attacked, but malware creators also use this method to make malware…
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