Hybrid Model for Detecting Malware in Mobile Networks with Heterogeneous Devices
Malware attacks become more frequently in cellular networks (i.e., viruses, worms and also other malicious software). It is only a program that's specifically designed to be able to injure the computer it can be a virus or perhaps worm. Mobile malware can propagate via two different dominating approaches those are usually MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service) and Bluetooth. To avoid malware spreading and help the infected nodes to extract optimal signature dispersed method. But this kind of does not take into account the hybrid viruses which disseminate via both BT and MMS routes.
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