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Monday, 11 May 2020

Microsoft and Intel are working on a project that converts malware into images for easier identification


Building on an earlier joint effort, the two are now attempting to tackle malware classification as a computer vision task through an approach known as static malware-as-image network analysis (STAMINA). By plotting malware binaries as grayscale images, textural and structural patterns can be analyzed and identified as either benign or...

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