IJFANS International Journal of Food and Nutritional Sciences

ISSN PRINT 2319 1775 Online 2320-7876

Deep Learning for Robust Intelligent Malware Detection

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G Rama Rao,CH Saritha,J Purna Prakash,V Rohini


“Malware or malware remains a major concern in present digital life as computer users, companies and governments see the rise of malware attacks. Current malware detection solutions are use static and dynamic analysis of malware signatures and behaviours; this is time consuming and ineffective in identifying unknown malware. The latest malware uses polymorphism, shapeshifting, and other avoidance methods to quickly change the behavior of the malware and create more malware. Recently, machine learning algorithms (MLA) have been used to effectively identify malware because new malware is often different from existing malware.” This requires a lot of engineering skills, technical training and artistic expression. The engineering process can be avoided altogether by using advanced MLA techniques such as deep learning. Although some recent studies have progressed in this direction, the efficiency of algorithms is highlighted by the data. “In order for newly developed methods to be effective in zero-day malware detection, it is necessary to reduce the bias and self-testing of these methods. To fill this gap in the literature, this study evaluates the role of classical MLA and deep learning in malware detection, classification and classification using public and private databases. Training and testing distinguish between public and private data used in clinical trials and collected at different times. We also provide a new image processing system with state-of-the-art MLA and in-depth courses.” A qualitative analysis of the method shows that deep learning outperforms traditional MLA. Overall, this project uses deep learning techniques to classify malware in real time and provides powerful insights. Visualization and deep learning, based on a combination of static, dynamic and image processing in a big data environment, is a new method for zero-day malware discovery.

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