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IS DYNAMIC ANALYSIS ENOUGH TO STOP EVASIVE MALWARE ATTACKS?
If you've been following industry news, you often hear about major malware infections and their impact, but rarely do you learn why these attacks were successful in the first place. While a portion of malware is stopped by anti-virus and next-gen solutions, cybercriminals are turning to the art of evasion to ensure infection. Just how evasive is malware today? We have conducted extensive testing and evaluation of malware in the last year, and uncovered some extremely brilliant techniques attackers are using to fingerprint and differentiate a user from a machine, or a sandbox from a human. Attackers have implemented these techniques for their malware campaigns over the last year, usually utilizing more than one technique every time, and up to 40 different techniques in the same malware. Evasive Tactics Abound in Malware Cases. Such malware has passed through several prior stages of automated analysis and has still not been definitively categorized as benign or malicious.
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