Provided by: Singapore International Arbitration Centre
Over the last few years, malware analysis has been one of the hottest areas in security research. Many techniques and tools have been developed to assist in automatic analysis of malware. This ranges from basic tools like disassemblers and decompilers, to static and dynamic tools that analyze malware behaviors, to automatic malware clustering and classification techniques, to virtualization technologies to assist malware analysis, to signature- and anomaly-based malware detection, and many others. However, most of these techniques and tools would not work on new attacking techniques, e.g., attacks that use Return-Oriented Programming (ROP).