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CJ
2004
93views more  CJ 2004»
12 years 1 months ago
An Architecture for Kernel-Level Verification of Executables at Run Time
Digital signatures have been proposed by several researchers as a way of preventing execution of malicious code. In this paper we propose a general architecture for performing the...
Luigi Catuogno, Ivan Visconti
DIMVA
2010
12 years 2 months ago
dAnubis - Dynamic Device Driver Analysis Based on Virtual Machine Introspection
Abstract. In the escalating arms race between malicious code and security tools designed to analyze it, detect it or mitigate its impact, malicious code running inside the operatin...
Matthias Neugschwandtner, Christian Platzer, Paolo...
WORM
2003
12 years 3 months ago
Detection of injected, dynamically generated, and obfuscated malicious code
This paper presents DOME, a host-based technique for detecting several general classes of malicious code in software executables. DOME uses static analysis to identify the locatio...
Jesse C. Rabek, Roger I. Khazan, Scott M. Lewandow...
PST
2004
12 years 3 months ago
Detection of New Malicious Code Using N-grams Signatures
Signature-based malicious code detection is the standard technique in all commercial anti-virus software. This method can detect a virus only after the virus has appeared and cause...
Tony Abou-Assaleh, Nick Cercone, Vlado Keselj, Ray...
COMPSAC
2004
IEEE
12 years 5 months ago
N-Gram-Based Detection of New Malicious Code
The current commercial anti-virus software detects a virus only after the virus has appeared and caused damage. Motivated by the standard signature-based technique for detecting v...
Tony Abou-Assaleh, Nick Cercone, Vlado Keselj, Ray...
ACSAC
2002
IEEE
12 years 7 months ago
A Toolkit for Detecting and Analyzing Malicious Software
In this paper we present PEAT: The Portable Executable Analysis Toolkit. It is a software prototype designed to provide a selection of tools that an analyst may use in order to ex...
Michael Weber, Matthew Schmid, Michael Schatz, Dav...
VEE
2006
ACM
142views Virtualization» more  VEE 2006»
12 years 8 months ago
Secure and practical defense against code-injection attacks using software dynamic translation
One of the most common forms of security attacks involves exploiting a vulnerability to inject malicious code into an executing application and then cause the injected code to be ...
Wei Hu, Jason Hiser, Daniel Williams, Adrian Filip...
IPPS
2006
IEEE
12 years 8 months ago
Web server protection by customized instruction set encoding
We present a novel technique to secure the execution of a processor against the execution of malicious code (trojans, viruses). The main idea is to permute parts of the opcode val...
Bernhard Fechner, Jörg Keller, Andreas Wohlfe...
ICSE
2009
IEEE-ACM
12 years 8 months ago
Automatic creation of SQL Injection and cross-site scripting attacks
We present a technique for ļ¬nding security vulnerabilities in Web applications. SQL Injection (SQLI) and crosssite scripting (XSS) attacks are widespread forms of attack in whic...
Adam Kiezun, Philip J. Guo, Karthick Jayaraman, Mi...
ICCD
2004
IEEE
97views Hardware» more  ICCD 2004»
12 years 11 months ago
Runtime Execution Monitoring (REM) to Detect and Prevent Malicious Code Execution
1 Many computer security threats involve execution of unauthorized foreign code on the victim computer. Viruses, network and email worms, Trojan horses, backdoor programs used in ...
A. Murat Fiskiran, Ruby B. Lee
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