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de Boer, Y.J.I. (author)
Attribution of the malware to the developers writing the malware is an important factor in cybercrime investigative work. Clustering together not only malware of the same family, but also inter-family malware relations together provides more information about the authors and aid further malware analysis work. In this report, previous work which...
master thesis 2020
Nadeem, Azqa (author)
Developing malware variants is extremely cheap for attackers because of the availability of various obfuscation tools. These variants can be grouped in malware families, based on information retrieved from their static and dynamic analysis. Dynamic, network-level analysis of malware shows its core behavior since it captures the interaction with...
master thesis 2018