Malware Centric E-book Collection

Malware Centric E-book Collection
English | 680 PDF Books | 621.75 Mb

Books List:

1. 64-bit rugrats.pdf

2. A bit of viral protection is worth a megabyte of cure.pdf

3. Abstract Detection of Computer Viruses.pdf

4. Abstraction-Based Intrusion Detection In Distributed Environments.pdf

5. Abstracts of Recent Articles and Literature.pdf

6. A Bypass of Cohen’s Impossibility Result.pdf

7. Accurately Detecting Source Code of Attacks That Increase Privilege.pdf

8. A Classification of Viruses through Recursion Theorems.pdf

9. A Comprehensive Program for Preventing and Detecting Computer Viruses Is Needed.pdf

10. A Computational Model of Computer Virus Propagation.pdf

11. A Computer Virus Is A Thought Manifested.pdf

12. A Cooperative Immunization System for an Untrusting Internet.pdf

13. ACPI and SMI handlers_ some limits to trusted computing.pdf

14. Acquisition of Malicious Code Using Active Learning.pdf

15. A Critical Look at the Regulation of Computer Viruses.pdf

16. Adequacy of Checksum Algorithms for Computer Virus Detection.pdf

17. A Distributed Approach against Computer Viruses Inspired by the Immune System.pdf

18. A Dozen Dangerous Myths About Computer Viruses.pdf

19. Advanced Code Evolution Techniques and Computer Virus Generator Kits.pdf

20. Advanced fuzzing in the VoIP space.pdf

21. Advanced Metamorphic Techniques in Computer Viruses.pdf

22. Advanced Polymorphic Techniques.pdf

23. Advanced Routing Worm and Its Security Challenges.pdf

24. A Failure to Learn from the Past.pdf

25. A Fast Static Analysis Approach To Detect Exploit Code Inside Network Flows.pdf

26. A fault tolerance approach to computer viruses.pdf

27. A Feature Selection and Evaluation Scheme for Computer Virus Detection.pdf

28. A Filter That Prevents the Spread of Mail-Attachment-Type Trojan Horse Computer Worms.pdf

29. A Formal Definition of Computer Worms and Some Related Results.pdf

30. A Framework for Deception.pdf

31. A framework for modelling trojans and computer virus infection.pdf

32. A Framework to Detect Novel Computer Viruses via System Calls.pdf

33. A general definition of malware.pdf

34. A Generic Virus Detection Agent on the Internet.pdf

35. A Generic Virus Scanner in C++.pdf

36. AGIS_ Towards Automatic Generation of Infection Signatures.pdf

37. A History Of Computer Viruses – Introduction.pdf

38. A History Of Computer Viruses – The Famous `Trio’.pdf

39. A History Of Computer Viruses_ Three Special Viruses.pdf

40. A Hybrid Model to Detect Malicious Executables.pdf

41. A Hygiene Lesson.pdf

42. Algebraic Specification of Computer Viruses and Their Environments.pdf

43. A Mathematical Theory for the Spread of Computer Viruses.pdf

44. A Memory Symptom-based Virus Detection Approach.pdf

45. A Method for Detecting Obfuscated Calls in Malicious Binaries.pdf

46. A Methodology to Detect and Characterize Kernel Level Rootkit Exploits Involving Redirection of the System Call Table.pdf

47. A method to detect metamorphic computer viruses.pdf

48. A Mixed Abstraction Level Simulation Model of Large-Scale Internet Worm Infestations.pdf

49. A Model for Detecting the Existence of Unknown Computer Viruses in Real-Time.pdf

50. An Abstract Theory of Computer Viruses.pdf

51. Analysis and Detection of Computer Viruses and Worms.pdf

52. Analysis and detection of metamorphic computer viruses.pdf

53. Analysis of a scanning model of worm propagation.pdf

54. Analysis of rxbot.pdf

55. Analysis of Virus Algorithms.pdf

56. Analysis of Web Application Worms and Viruses.pdf

57. Analyzing Worms and Network Traffic using Compression.pdf

58. An Analysis of How Antivirus Methodologies Are Utilized in Protecting Computers from Malicious Code.pdf

59. An Approach to Containing Computer Viruses.pdf

60. An Approach towards Disassembly of Malicious Binary Executables.pdf

61. An Architecture for Generating Semantic-Aware Signatures.pdf

62. Anatomy of a Semantic Virus.pdf

63. An Effective Architecture and Algorithm for Detecting Worms with Various Scan Techniques.pdf

64. An Efficient Control of Virus Propagation.pdf

65. An Email Worm Vaccine Architecture.pdf

66. An Epidemic Model of Mobile Phone Virus.pdf

67. An epidemiological model of virus spread and cleanup.pdf

68. An Epidemiological View of Worms and Viruses.pdf

69. A Network Worm Vaccine Architecture.pdf

70. An Evaluation of Two Host Based Intrusion Prevention Systems.pdf

71. Ani-hilate this week.pdf

72. An Internet-Worm Early Warning System.pdf

73. An Introduction to Computer Viruses.pdf

74. An Introduction to Intrusion-Detection Systems.pdf

75. Anomalous Payload-based Network Intrusion Detection.pdf

76. Anomalous Payload-based Worm Detection and Signature Generation.pdf

77. Anonymous and Malicious.pdf

78. An OS Independent Heuristics-based Worm-containment System.pdf

79. A note on Cohen’s formal model for computer viruses.pdf

80. An Overview of Computer Viruses in a Research Environment.pdf

81. An Overview of Unix Rootkits.pdf

82. Anti-Disassembly using Cryptographic Hash Functions.pdf

83. Anti-Forensics_ The Rootkit Connection.pdf

84. Anti-Malware Tools_ Intrusion Detection Systems.pdf

85. Anti-Spyware Coalition Definitions and Supporting Documents.pdf

86. Anti-Virus in the Corporate Arena.pdf

87. Anti-Virus Product Evaluation in the Real World.pdf

88. Antivirus Software Testing for the New Millenium.pdf

89. Antivirus update reaction times of major antivirus vendors.pdf

90. An Undetectable Computer Virus.pdf

91. A Pact with the Devil.pdf

92. A parallel _String Matching Engine_ for use in high speed network intrusion detection systems.pdf


94. A pilot study on college student’s attitudes toward computer virus.pdf

95. API Win32 ancestrales pour Chevaux de Troie hyper furtifs.pdf

96. A Plague of Viruses_ Biological, Computer and Marketing.pdf

97. A Potency Relation for Worms and Next-Generation Attack Tools.pdf

98. Application of Data Mining based Malicious Code Detection Techniques for Detecting new Spyware.pdf

99. Application of Hardware Accelerated Extensible Network Nodes for Internet Worm and Virus Protection.pdf

100. Applications of Genetic Algorithms to Malware Detection and Creation.pdf

101. Applications of Immune System Computing.pdf

102. Applied parallel coordinates for logs and network traffic attack analysis.pdf

103. Approaches to Integrated Malware Detection and Avoidance.pdf

104. Approaching Zero – The Extraordinary Underworld of Hackers, Phreakers, Virus Writers, And Keyboard Criminals.pdf

105. A Proposed Taxonomy of Software Weapons.pdf

106. A Public Health Approach to Preventing Malware Propagation.pdf

107. Architecture of a Morphological Malware Detector.pdf

108. Architecture of a morphological malware detector v2.pdf

109. Are Computer Hacker Break-ins Ethical_.pdf

110. Are computer viruses spread by the media_.pdf

111. Are current antivirus programs able to detect complex metamorphic malware_ An empirical evaluation.pdf

112. Are Evolutionary Rule Learning Algorithms Appropriate for Malware Detection_.pdf

113. Are Handheld Viruses a Significant Threat_.pdf

114. Are Metamorphic Viruses Really Invincible_.pdf

115. A Response to the March 31, 2005 Wall Street Journal Article from Mark Ludwig.pdf

116. Are the Current Computer Crime Laws Sufficient or Should the Writing of Virus Code Be Prohibited_.pdf

117. A Retrovirus Inspired Algorithm for Virus Detection & Optimization.pdf

118. Artificial Immune System against Viral Attack.pdf

119. Artificial Immune Systems and the Grand Challenge for Non-Classical Computation.pdf


121. ARTIST_ A Network for ARTifical Immune SysTems.pdf

122. A Self-reproducing Analogue.pdf

123. A Semantics-Based Approach to Malware Detection.pdf

124. A Sense of ‘Danger’ for Windows Processes.pdf

125. A Sense of Self for Unix Processes.pdf

126. A Short Visit to the Bot Zoo.pdf

127. As Japanese Bring Work Home, Virus Hitches a Ride.pdf

128. ASM-based Modelling of Self-Replicating Programs.pdf

129. A software authentication system for the prevention of computer viruses.pdf

130. A Specter Is Haunting Networks – The Specter of Viruses, Hidden in Horses.pdf

131. A statistical model for undecidable viral detection.pdf

132. A study of anti-virus’ response to unknown threats.pdf

133. A Study of Detecting Computer Viruses in Real-Infected Files in the n-gram Representation with Machine Learning Methods.pdf

134. A Study of Malcode-Bearing Documents.pdf

135. A Survey of Cryptologic Issues in Computer Virology.pdf

136. A Taxonomy of Computer Worms.pdf

137. A theoretical model of differential social attributions toward computing technology_ when the metaphor becomes the model.pdf

138. A Theoretical Superworm.pdf

139. A Tour of the Worm.pdf

140. A Trust System Based on Multi Level Virus Detection.pdf

141. Attack of the Clones.pdf

142. Attack of the killer virus!.pdf

143. Attack of the quantum worms.pdf

144. Attitude Adjustment_ Trojans and Malware on the Internet.pdf

145. A unified prediction of computer virus spread in connected networks.pdf

146. Autoimmune computer virus.pdf

147. Autoimmune viruses.pdf

148. Automated Classification and Analysis of Internet Malware.pdf

149. Automated Defense from Rootkit Attacks.pdf

150. Automated Malware Invariant Generation.pdf

151. Automated Web Patrol with Strider HoneyMonkeys_ Finding Web Sites That Exploit Browser Vulnerabilities.pdf

152. Automated Worm Fingerprinting.pdf


154. Automatic binary deobfuscation.pdf

155. Automatic Extraction of Computer Virus Signatures.pdf

156. Automatic Reverse Engineering of Malware Emulators.pdf

157. Automatic Static Unpacking of Malware Binaries.pdf

158. Auto-Sign_ an automatic signature generator for high-speed malware filtering devices.pdf

159. A Virtual Honeypot Framework.pdf

160. Avoiding Windows Rootkit Detection.pdf

161. A Web-Based Network Worm Simulator.pdf

162. A week is a long time in computer ethics.pdf

163. A Worst-Case Worm.pdf

164. Backdoors et rootkits avancés.pdf

165. Backdoors et rootkits avancés [SLIDES].pdf

166. Bad Transfer.pdf

167. Becoming Positive.pdf

168. Benefits and Considerations for a Single-Vendor Antivirus Strategy.pdf

169. Beyond Layers and Peripheral Antivirus Security.pdf

170. Binary Obfuscation Using Signals.pdf

171. Biological Aspects of Computer Virology.pdf

172. Biologically Inspired Defenses Against Computer Viruses.pdf

173. Biological Models of Security for Virus Propagation in Computer Networks.pdf

174. Biological versus Computer Viruses.pdf

175. BIRD_ Binary Interpretation using Runtime Disassembly.pdf

176. Blast off!.pdf

177. Blended Attacks Exploits, Vulnerabilities and Buffer-Overflow Techniques in Computer Viruses.pdf

178. Blended attacks exploits, vulnerabilities and buffer-overflow techniques in computer viruses v2.pdf

179. Blueprint for a Computer Immune System.pdf

180. Botnetsand Applications.pdf

181. Bot Software Spreads, Causes New Worries.pdf

182. Broadband Network Virus Detection System Based on Bypass Monitor.pdf

183. Cabirn fever.pdf

184. Cain and Abul.pdf

185. Callgraph properties of executables.pdf

186. Can cryptography prevent computer viruses_.pdf

187. Can you be held civilly liable for spreading computer viruses_.pdf

188. Can you spare a seg_.pdf

189. Catch Me, If You Can_ Evading Network Signatures with Web-based Polymorphic Worms.pdf

190. Challenges in getting ‘formal’ with viruses.pdf

191. Challenges Of Modeling BotNets For Military And Security Simulations.pdf

192. Chamber of horrors.pdf


194. Characterization of virus replication.pdf

195. Cheating the ELF Subversive Dynamic Linking to Libraries.pdf

196. Chiba witty blues.pdf

197. Classification and identification of malicious code based on heuristic techniques utilizing Meta languages.pdf

198. Classification of Computer Viruses Using the Theory of Affordances.pdf

199. Classification of Packed Executables for Accurate Computer Virus Detection.pdf

200. Cobra_ Fine-grained Malware Analysis using Stealth Localized-executions.pdf

201. Code mutation techniques by means of formal grammars and automatons.pdf

202. Code obfuscation and virus detection.pdf

203. Code obfuscation techniques for metamorphic viruses.pdf

204. Code-Red_ a case study on the spread and victims of an Internet worm.pdf

205. Code Red Worm Propagation Modeling and Analysis.pdf

206. Collaborative Defense Against Zero-Day and Polymorphic Worms_ Detection, Response and an Evaluation Framework.pdf

207. Combating computer viruses.pdf

208. Combinatorial Optimisation of Worm Propagation on an Unknown Network.pdf

209. Comment on ‘A Framework for Modelling Trojans and Computer Virus Infection’.pdf

210. Comments on a paper by Voas, Payne & Cohen_ “A model for detecting the existence of software corruption in real time”.pdf

211. Comparative analysis of various ransomware virii.pdf

212. Comparing Passive and Active Worm Defenses.pdf

213. Computational Aspects of Computer Viruses.pdf

214. Computer abuse_ vandalizing the information society.pdf

215. Computer doctor busy fighting `viruses’.pdf

216. Computer-Generated Life.pdf

217. Computer Immunology(Lau).pdf

218. Computer Immunology.pdf

219. Computer intrusions and attacks.pdf

220. Computer Malware_ What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You.pdf

221. Computer Parasitology.pdf

222. Computers and epidemiology.pdf

223. Computer Security Analysis through Decompilation and High-Level Debugging.pdf

224. Computers under attacks!.pdf

225. Computer Virus-Antivirus Coevolution.pdf

226. Computer virus cover withdrawn.pdf

227. Computer Viruses – A Form of Artificial Life .pdf

228. Computer Viruses A Global Perspective.pdf

229. Computer viruses – a high-tech desease.pdf

230. Computer Viruses_ A Management Perspective.pdf


232. Computer viruses and electronic mail.pdf

233. Computer Viruses and Ethics.pdf

234. Computer Viruses and Malware.pdf

235. Computer Viruses and Other Malicious Software_ A Threat to the Internet Economy.pdf

236. Computer Viruses and Related Threats.pdf

237. Computer Viruses and Their Control.pdf

238. Computer Viruses and the Simulation Environment WiCE.pdf

239. Computer Viruses and What to Do About Them.pdf

240. Computer viruses_ a quantitative analysis.pdf

241. Computer Viruses Are Nothing New Don’t be ashamed.pdf

242. Computer Viruses, Artificial Life and Evolution.pdf

243. Computer Viruses as Artificial Life.pdf

244. Computer Viruses as a Threat to Home Users.pdf

245. Computer Viruses A Very Real Threat.pdf

246. Computer viruses (BMJ 296-013).pdf

247. Computer viruses (BMJ 299-66a).pdf

248. Computer viruses (BMJ 302-66e).pdf

249. Computer viruses (BMJ 307-59e).pdf

250. Computer Viruses By Ingrid Richter.pdf

251. Computer Viruses_ Can It Happen At IU_.pdf

252. Computer viruses demystified,2.pdf

253. Computer viruses demystified.pdf

254. Computer Viruses, Epidemiology, and Worms.pdf

255. Computer Viruses, Epidemiology and Worms v2.pdf

256. Computer Viruses for Dummies.pdf

257. Computer viruses_ from theory to applications.pdf

258. Computer Viruses – Legal Options.pdf

259. Computer Viruses on the Loose.pdf


261. Computer viruses – the current state in Italy.pdf

262. Computer Viruses_ The Disease, the Detection, and the Prescription for Protection Testimony.pdf

263. Computer Viruses_ the Inevitability of Evolution_.pdf

264. Computer Viruses – Theory and Experiments.pdf

265. Computer Viruses_ The Technology and Evolution of an Artificial Life Form.pdf

266. Computer Viruses_ The Threat Today and The Expected Future.pdf


268. Computer Virus Identification and Prevention.pdf

269. Computer _virus_ identification by neural networks.pdf

270. Computer virus immunization.pdf

271. Computer Virus Myths.pdf

272. Computer Virus Operation and New Directions-1997.pdf

273. Computer Virus Operation and New Directions.pdf

274. Computer Virus__.pdf

275. Computer virus prevention and containment on mainframes.pdf

276. Computer virus prevention a primer.pdf

277. Computer Virus Propagation Model Based on Variable Propagation Rate.pdf

278. Computer Virus Propagation Models.pdf


280. Computer Virus Strategies and Detection Methods.pdf

281. Computer Virus Survival Guide.pdf

282. Computer Worms_ Past, Present, and Future.pdf

283. COMPUTE!’s computer viruses.pdf

284. Concepts and Future Trends in Computer Virology.pdf

285. Concepts for the Stealth Windows Rootkit (The Chameleon Project).pdf

286. Concepts of cooperation in artificial life.pdf

287. Conceptual Frameworks for Artificial Immune Systems.pdf

288. Conflict and the Computer_ Information Warfare and Related Ethical Issues.pdf

289. Consensual Realities in Cyberspace.pdf

290. Console viruses_.pdf

291. Constructing Computer Virus Phylogenies.pdf

292. Constructing Malware Normalizers using Term Rewriting.pdf

293. Contagion and Repetition_ On the Viral Logic of Network Culture.pdf

294. Contagion on the Internet.pdf

295. Contournement d%92une passerelle antivirus.pdf

296. Control Flow Graphs as Malware Signatures.pdf

297. Control Flow to Detect Malware.pdf

298. Controlling Super-Intelligent Machines.pdf

299. Convergence of Virus Writers and Hackers_ Fact or Fantasy_.pdf

300. Cooperative Automated worm Response and Detection ImmuNe ALgorithm(CARDINAL) inspired by T-cell Immunity and Tolerance.pdf

301. Corporate Virus Protection.pdf

302. Countering Kernel Rootkits with Lightweight Hook Protection.pdf

303. Countering Network Worms Through Automatic Patch Generation.pdf

304. Countering NetworkWorms Through Automatic Patch Generation.pdf

305. Covert Distributed Processing with Computer Viruses.pdf

306. Cr´ation d’un _Web Worm_.pdf

307. Creating a Secure Computer Virus Laboratory.pdf

308. Crimea river.pdf

309. Crimeware_ Understanding New Attacks and Defenses.chm

310. Crisis and Aftermath.pdf

311. Criss-cross.pdf

312. Cryptographic Hashing for Virus Localization.pdf

313. Cryptography_ all-out attacks or how to attack cryptography without intensive cryptanalysis.pdf

314. Cryptography and Viruses.pdf

315. Cryptovirology_ Extortion-Based Security Threats and Countermeasures.pdf

316. Danger! Deadly new computer viruses want to kill your PC.pdf

317. Danger theory and collaborative filtering in MANETs.pdf

318. Darwin, a Game of Survival of the Fittest among Programs.pdf

319. Darwin inside the machines_ Malware evolution and the consequences for computer security.pdf

320. Database Rootkits.pdf

321. Data Mining Methods for Detection of New Malicious Executables.pdf

322. Data security from malicious attack_ Computer Virus.pdf

323. DCA for Bot Detection.pdf

324. Deelaed learning.pdf

325. Defeating Kernel Native API Hookers by Direct Service Dispatch Table Restoration.pdf

326. Defeating Polymorphism_ Beyond Emulation.pdf

327. Defending against Hitlist Worms using Network Address Space Randomization.pdf

328. Defending Against Internet Worms_ A Signature-Based Approach.pdf

329. Defending against Viruses and Worms.pdf

330. Defense Against the Dark Arts.pdf

331. Defense and Detection Strategies against Internet Worms.pdf

332. Defense-In-Depth Against Computer Viruses.pdf

333. Des IDS et des vers. Détection par l’analyse statistique _ de la théorie à la pratique _.pdf

334. Design of an Artificial Immune System as a Novel Anomaly Detector for Combating Financial Fraud in the Retail Sector.pdf

335. Design of a neural network for recognition and classification of computer viruses.pdf

336. Design of a System for Real-Time Worm Detection.pdf

337. Detecting and Categorizing Kernel-Level Rootkits to Aid Future Detection.pdf

338. Detecting Early Worm Propagation through Packet Matching.pdf

339. Detecting Internet Worms Using Data Mining Techniques.pdf

340. Detecting Kernel-Level Rootkits Through Binary Analysis.pdf

341. Detecting Malicious Code by Model Checking.pdf

342. Detecting Malicious Network Traffic Using Inverse Distributions of Packet Contents.pdf

343. Detecting Malicious Software by Monitoring Anomalous Windows Registry Accesses.pdf

344. Detecting Metamorphic Computer Viruses using Supercompilation.pdf

345. Detecting Metamorphic viruses by using Arbitrary Length of Control Flow Graphs and Nodes Alignment.pdf

346. Detecting metamorphic viruses using profile hidden markov models.pdf

347. Detecting Network-based Obfuscated Code Injection Attacks Using Sandboxing.pdf

348. Detecting self-mutating malware using control-flow graph matching.pdf

349. Detecting Sources of Computer Viruses in Networks_ Theory and Experiment.pdf

350. Detecting Stealth Software with Strider GhostBuster.pdf

351. Detecting Unknown Computer Viruses.pdf

352. Detecting Unknown Massive Mailing Viruses Using Proactive Methods.pdf

353. Detecting Viral Propagations Using Email Behavior Profiles.pdf

354. Detecting Virus Mutations Via Dynamic Matching.pdf

355. Detecting Windows Server Compromises with Patchfinder 2.pdf

356. Detecting Worms through Cryptographic Hashes.pdf

357. Detecting worms through de-centralized monitoring.pdf

358. Detecting Worms via Mining Dynamic Program Execution.pdf

359. Detection of Injected, Dynamically Generated, and Obfuscated Malicious Code.pdf

360. Detection of Intrusions and Malware, and Vulnerability Assessment 4th International Conference, DIMVA 2007 .pdf

361. Detection of Intrusions and Malware, and Vulnerability Assessment 5th International Conference, DIMVA 2008 Paris, France, July 10-11, 2008 Proceedings.pdf

362. Detection of Intrusions and Malware, and Vulnerability Assessment 6th International Conference, DIMVA 2009 Como, Italy, July 9-10, 2009 Proceedings.pdf

363. Detection of Intrusions and Malware, and Vulnerability Assessment Second International Conference, DIMVA 2005 Vienna, Austria, July 7-8, 2005 Proceedings.pdf

364. Detection of Intrusions and Malware & Vulnerability Assessment Third International Conference, DIMVA 2006 Berlin, Germany, July 13-14, 2006 Proceedings.pdf

365. Detection of Metamorphic and Virtualization-based Malware using Algebraic Specification.pdf

366. Detection of metamorphic computer viruses using algebraic specification.pdf

367. Detection of New Malicious Code Using N-grams Signatures.pdf

368. Detection of Self-Mutating Computer Viruses.pdf

369. Developing a Trojan applets in a smart card.pdf

370. Development of Computer Vulnerability Scanning Scanning Workgroup.pdf

371. Development of inland lakes as hubs in an invasion network.pdf

372. Die Gefahr Von Debug Codes.pdf

373. Digital Postmark Helps Fight Spam, Virus Attacks.pdf

374. Disk-Level Behavioral Malware Detection.pdf

375. Disk-Level Behavioral Virus Detection.pdf

376. Distributed Computing with a Trojan Horse.pdf

377. Distributed Worm Simulation with a Realistic Internet Model.pdf

378. Distributive immunization of networks against viruses using the `honey-pot’ architecture.pdf

379. Doin’ the eagle rock.pdf

380. Do-It-Yourself Guide to Cell Phone Malware.pdf

381. Do the macarena.pdf

382. Do The Media Spread Computer Viruses.pdf

383. Dynamical Models for Computer Viruses Propagation.pdf

384. Dynamic analysis of malicious code.pdf

385. Dynamic Binary Instrumentation-based Framework for Malware Defense.pdf

386. Dynamic detection and classi cation of computer viruses using general behaviour patterns.pdf

387. Effective and Inexpensive Methods Exist for Controlling Software Viruses.pdf

388. Effectiveness of Quarantine in Worm Epidemics.pdf

389. Effectiveness of Rate Control in Slowing Down Worm Epidemics.pdf

390. Efficiency of Trusted Platform Module Against Computer Attacks.pdf

391. Efficient Content-Based Detection of Zero-Day Worms.pdf

392. Efficient quarantining of scanning worms_ optimal detection and coordination.pdf

393. Efficient Static Analysis of Executables For Detecting Malicious Behaviors.pdf

394. Efficient Virus Detection Using Dynamic Instruction Sequences.pdf

395. ELF et virologie informatique.pdf

396. Email networks and the spread of computer viruses.pdf

397. Email Virus Propagation Modeling and Analysis.pdf

398. E-mail virus protection handbook.pdf

399. End-to-end security implementation for mobile devices using TLS protocol.pdf

400. Epidemic dynamics and endemic states in complex networks.pdf

401. Epidemic Profiles and Defense of Scale-Free Networks.pdf

402. Epidemics and immunization in scale-free networks.pdf

403. Epidemic Spreading in Real Networks_ An Eigenvalue Viewpoint.pdf

404. Epidemiological Modelling of Peer-to-Peer Viruses and Pollution.pdf

405. Epidemiological Models Applied to Viruses in Computer Networks.pdf

406. EPOCalypse NOW!.pdf

407. Equational reasoning を用いた obfuscated decipher routine のヒラメータ検出.pdf

408. Ethereal, un analyseur ré seau à usages multiples.pdf

409. Evaluation of malware phylogeny modelling systems using automated variant generation.pdf

410. Evaluation of Two Host-Based Intrusion Prevention Systems.pdf

411. Evolution, Ecology and Optimization of Digital Organisms.pdf

412. Evolvable Malware.pdf

413. Examining Viruses.pdf

414. Execution Context in Anti-Malware Testing.pdf

415. Experience with Viruses on UNIX Systems.pdf

416. Exploiting an Antivirus Interface.pdf

417. Extended recursion-based formalization of virus mutation.pdf

418. Fast Detection of Scanning Worm Infections.pdf

419. Faster parameter detection of polymorphic viral binary code using hot list strategy.pdf

420. Fast virus detection by using high speed time delay neural networks.pdf

421. Feedback Email Worm Defense System for Enterprise Networks.pdf

422. Fighting Computer Viruses.pdf

423. Fighting EPO Viruses.pdf

424. Fileprint analysis for Malware Detection.pdf

425. File system driver filtering against metamorphic viral coding.pdf

426. Finding Malware on Compromised Windows Machines.pdf

427. First Virus_.pdf

428. Flexible Infections_ Computer Viruses, Human Bodies, Nation-States, Evolutionary Capitalism.pdf

429. Flibi night.pdf

430. Flying below the Radar_ What modern malware tells us.pdf

431. Flying solo.pdf

432. Formal Affordance-based Models of Computer Virus Reproduction.pdf

433. Formal Definition of Self-reproductive Systems.pdf

434. Formalisation and implementation aspects of K -ary (malicious) codes.pdf

435. Formalization of viruses and malware through process algebras.pdf

436. Formal Models of Reproduction_ from Computer Viruses to Artificial Life.pdf

437. FPGA Viruses.pdf

438. Fragmented malware through RFID and its defenses.pdf

439. Free Anti-Virus Tips and Techniques.pdf

440. From AntiVirus to AntiMalware Software and Beyond.pdf

441. From the design of a generic metamorphic engine to a black-box classification of antivirus detection techniques.pdf

442. Functional polymorphic engines_ formalisation, implementation and use cases.pdf

443. Functional similarities between computer worms and biological pathogens.pdf

444. Future Trends in Malicious Code – 2006 Report.pdf

445. Gatt got your tongue_.pdf

446. Generalized Anomaly Detection Model for Windows-based Malicious Program Behavior.pdf

447. Generic Detection and Classification of Polymorphic Malware Using Neural Pattern Recognition.pdf

448. Generic Virus Scanner in C++.pdf

449. Genetic algorithm based Internet worm propagation strategy modeling under pressure of countermeasures.pdf

450. Geometry-based flash worm detection.pdf


452. Got [Mac]root_.pdf

453. Halting viruses in scale-free networks.pdf

454. Harmless and Useful Viruses Can Hardly Exist.pdf

455. Hash-AV_ Fast Virus Signature Scanning by Cache-Resident Filters.pdf

456. Heads or tails.pdf

457. Hidan and dangerous.pdf

458. Hidden Rootkits in Windows.pdf

459. Hide’n’Seek_ Anatomy of Stealth Malware.pdf

460. High-Fidelity Modeling of Computer Network Worms.pdf

461. High-Performance Context-Free Parser for Polymorphic Malware Detection.pdf

462. HIPAA and Information Security Policies.pdf

463. History of Viruses & Worms.pdf

464. Honeypots against Worms 101.pdf

465. HoneyStat_ Local Worm Detection Using Honeypots.pdf

466. Host-Based Detection of Worms through Peer-to-Peer Cooperation.pdf

467. How dumaru_.pdf

468. How the virus _Remote Shell Trojan_ (RST) works.pdf

469. How to assess the effectiveness of your anti-virus_.pdf

470. How to Kill Worms and Viruses with Policy Pontifications.pdf

471. How to Withstand Mobile Virus Attacks 2.pdf

472. How To Withstand Mobile Virus Attacks.pdf

473. How Viruses Spread among Computers and People.pdf

474. Hunting for metamorphic 2.pdf

475. Hunting for metamorphic engines 2.pdf

476. Hunting for Metamorphic Engines.pdf

477. Hunting For Metamorphic.pdf

478. Hunting for undetectable metamorphic viruses.pdf

479. Hunting Obfuscated Malwares by Abstract Interpretation.pdf

480. Identification of file infecting viruses through detection of self-reference replication.pdf

481. Identifying Malicious Code Through Reverse Engineering.pdf

482. IDS alerts correlation using grammar-based approach.pdf

483. I love you.pdf

484. IMAD_ In-Execution Malware Analysis and Detection.pdf

485. Immune System for Virus Detection and Elimination.pdf

486. Immunity-Based Intrusion Detection System_ A General Framework.pdf

487. Immunization and epidemic dynamics in complex networks.pdf

488. Impact of Computer Viruses on Society.pdf

489. Impeding Malware Analysis Using Conditional Code Obfuscation.pdf

490. Impeding worm epidemics through destination address filtering.pdf

491. Implementation of a Computer Immune System for Intrusion- and Virus Detection.pdf

492. Implementing and Detecting an ACPI BIOS Rootkit.pdf

493. Implementing and testing a virus throttle.pdf

494. Implementing Anti-Virus Controls in the Corporate Arena.pdf

495. Implicaçoes da ofuscaçao de código no desenvolvimento de detectores de código malicioso.pdf

496. Implications of Peer-to-Peer Networks on Worm Attacks and Defenses.pdf

497. Imposing Order on Program Statements to Assist Anti-Virus Scanners.pdf

498. Improving Malware Detection by Applying Multi-Inducer Ensemble.pdf

499. Improving virus protection with an efficient secure architecture with memory encryption, integrity and information leakage protection.pdf

500. Incorporating E-Commerce, Internet and Telecommunications Security.pdf

501. In-depth analysis of the viral threats with documents.pdf

502. Infection dynamics on scale-free networks.pdf

503. Infection dynamics on the Internet.pdf

504. Infection, imitation and a hierarchy of computer viruses.pdf

505. Information Assurance and the Information Society.pdf

506. Information warfare and security.pdf

507. Inoculating SSH Against Address-Harvesting Worms.pdf

508. Inoculation strategies for victims of viruses and the sum-of-squares partition problem.pdf

509. Inside the Slammer Worm.pdf

510. Internet computer virus protection policy.pdf

511. Internet Instability and Disturbance_ Goal or Menace_.pdf

512. Internet Quarantine_ Requirements for Containing Self-Propagating Code 2.pdf

513. Internet Quarantine_ Requirements for Containing Self-Propagating Code.pdf

514. Internet – Virusnet_.pdf

515. Internet Worm and Virus Protection in Dynamically Reconfigurable Hardware.pdf

516. Introducing Stealth Malware Taxonomy.pdf

517. Introduction to Network Self-defense_ technical and judicial issues.pdf

518. Intrusion Detection for Viruses and Worms.pdf

519. IPA Computer Virus Survey 2000.pdf

520. IpMorph_ fingerprinting spoofing unification.pdf

521. Iranian Journal Examines Electronic Warfare.pdf

522. Is creating virus software protected as a first amendment right_.pdf

523. Is virus writing really that bad_.pdf

524. Is Your Cat Infected with a Computer Virus_.pdf

525. I.T. IN PRACTICE_ Computer viruses.pdf

526. It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s Fooperman.pdf

527. It’s zell(d)ome the one you expect.pdf

528. I’ve named my virus – now what do I win_!.pdf

529. JAB, une backdoor pour reseau Win32 inconnu.pdf

530. JAB, une backdoor pour reseau Win32 inconnu – Presentation SSTIC.pdf

531. Killer Apps.pdf

532. Know Your Enemy_ Containing Conficker.pdf

533. Kolmogorov Complexity Estimates For Detection Of Viruses In Biologically Inspired Security Systems.pdf

534. La _mobilité_ du code malveillant.pdf

535. Language, a virus_.pdf

536. Leaps and Bounds.pdf

537. Learning to Detect and Classify Malicious Executables in the Wild.pdf

538. Learning to Detect Malicious Executables in the Wild.pdf

539. Le malware en 2005 %96 Unix, Linux et autres plates-formes.pdf

540. Les virus informatiques_ théorie, pratique et applications.pdf

541. Let free(dom) Ring!.pdf

542. Let them eat brioche.pdf

543. Limits of Static Analysis for Malware Detection.pdf

544. Linux Improvised Userland Scheduler Virus.pdf

545. Loathing Lupper in Linux.pdf

546. Look at that escargot.pdf

547. Looking a Bagift-Horse in the Mouth.pdf

548. Macro virus identification problems.pdf

549. Magisterium Abraxas.pdf

550. Making a hash of things.pdf

551. Malicious Codes in Depth.pdf

552. Malicious crypto – (Ab)use cryptology.pdf

553. Malicious Cryptography_ Cryptovirology and Kleptography.pdf

554. Malicious Cryptography – Exposing Cryptovirology.pdf

555. Malicious Cryptography_ Kleptographic Aspects.pdf

556. Malicious crypto.pdf

557. Malicious Data and Computer Security.pdf

558. Malicious origami in PDF.pdf

559. Malicious Software in Mobile Devices.pdf

560. Malicious Software.pdf

561. Malicious Threats to Personal Digital Assistants.pdf

562. Malware_ A Future Framework for Device, Network and Service Management.pdf

563. Malware analysis for windows administrators.pdf

564. Malware Analyst’s Cookbook and DVD.pdf

565. Malware behaviour analysis.pdf

566. Malware comes of age The arrival of the true computer parasite.pdf

567. Malware Detection Based on Suspicious Behavior Identification.pdf

568. Malware Detection.pdf

569. Malware Detection Using Adaptive Data Compression.pdf

570. Malware Detection using Attribute-Automata to parse Abstract Behavioral Descriptions.pdf

571. Malware Detection using Statistical Analysis of Byte-Level File Content.pdf

572. Malware_ Fighting Malicious Code.chm

573. Malware Forensics Investigating and Analyzing Malicious Code.pdf

574. Malware in Popular Networks.pdf

575. Malware Normalization.pdf

576. Malware pattern scanning schemes secure against black-box analysis.pdf

577. Malware.pdf

578. Malware phylogeny generation using permutations of code 2.pdf

579. Malware Phylogeny Generation using Permutations of Code.pdf

580. Malware Research at SMU.pdf

581. Malware, Viruses and Log Visualisation.pdf

582. Malware_ Von Viren, Würmern, Hackern und Trojanern und wie man sich vor ihnen schützt.pdf

583. Managing Computer Viruses in a Groupware Environment.pdf

584. Marginal Networks The Virus between Complexity and Suppression.pdf

585. Mathematical Model of Computer Viruses.pdf

586. Mathematical models on computer viruses.pdf

587. Mathematical Viruses.pdf

588. MCF_ a malicious code filter.pdf

589. Measurement and Analysis of Worm Propagation on Internet Network Topology.pdf

590. Measuring and Modeling Computer Virus Prevalence.pdf

591. Measuring virtual machine detection in malware using DSD tracer.pdf

592. Mechanics of Self-reproduction.pdf

593. MetaAware_ Identifying Metamorphic Malware.pdf

594. Metamorphic Virus_ Analysis and Detection.pdf

595. Metamorphism, Formal Grammars and Undecidable Code Mutation.pdf

596. Metaphors And Meta-Experiences In Technology Side Effects_ A Multimedia Exhibit.pdf

597. Metaphors and Modern Threats_ Biological, Computer, and Cognitive Viruses.pdf

598. Mimimorphism_ A New Approach to Binary Code Obfuscation.pdf

599. Mind Wars_ Attack of the Memes.pdf

600. Misleading Modern Malware.pdf

601. Mobile Code Threats, Fact or Fiction.pdf

602. Mobile Malware Attacks and Defense.pdf

603. Model-Based Analysis of Two Fighting Worms.pdf

604. Model for network behaviour under viral attack.pdf

605. Modeling Botnet Propagation Using Time Zones.pdf

606. Modeling Computer Viruses.pdf

607. Modeling computer virus prevalence with a susceptible-infected-susceptible model with reintroduction.pdf

608. Modeling Epidemic Spreading in Mobile Environments.pdf

609. Modeling Malware Spreading Dynamics.pdf

610. Modeling the Effects of Timing Parameters on Virus Propagation.pdf

611. Modeling the Spread and Prevention of Malicious Mobile Code Via Simulation.pdf

612. Modeling the Spread of Active Worms.pdf

613. Modeling Virus Propagation in Peer-to-Peer Networks.pdf

614. Modelling Development of Epidemics with Dynamic Small-World Networks.pdf

615. Models of Active Worm Defenses.pdf

616. Modern Methods of Detecting and Eradicating Known and Unknown Viruses.pdf

617. Modern operating systems.pdf

618. Modular worms.pdf

619. Monitoring and Early Warning for Internet Worms.pdf

620. Morality and Technology, or Is it Wrong to Create and Let Loose a Computer Virus.pdf

621. Morphological Detection of Malware.pdf

622. Mostly harmless.pdf

623. MRSI A Fast Pattern Matching Algorithm for Anti-virus Applications.pdf

624. Multiscale Modeling and Simulation of Worm Effects on the Internet Routing Infrastructure.pdf

625. Nematodes – Beneficial Worms.pdf

626. Networks, Control, and Life-Forms.pdf

627. Network Virus Propagation Model Based on Effects of Removing Time and User Vigilance.pdf

628. Network Worms.pdf

629. New data mining technique to enhance IDS alarms quality.pdf

630. New malware distribution methods threaten signature-based AV.pdf

631. New method of fighting computer viruses announced.pdf

632. New thoughts in ring3 NT rootkit.pdf

633. New threats of Java viruses.pdf

634. Next-Generation Viruses Present New Challenges.pdf

635. N-gram analysis for computer virus detection.pdf

636. N-gram-based Detection of New Malicious Code.pdf

637. Nimda Worm Shows You Can’t Always Patch Fast Enough.pdf

638. Non-signature based virus detection.pdf

639. Normalizing Metamorphic Malware Using Term Rewriting.pdf

640. Notes on the _Worms_ programs – some early experience with a distributed computation.pdf

641. Not Teaching Viruses and Worms Is Harmful.pdf

642. Not worthy.pdf

643. Obfuscated dechiper routine analysis using theorem prover towards effective trusted computing.pdf

644. Old Win32 Code for a Modern Super-stealth Trojan.pdf

645. On abstract computer virology from a recursion theoretic perspective 2.pdf

646. On abstract computer virology from a recursion-theoretic perspective.pdf

647. On behavioral detection.pdf

648. On Callgraphs and Generative Mechanisms.pdf

649. On Computer Viral Infection and the Effect of Immunization.pdf

650. On Deriving Unknown Vulnerabilities from Zero-Day Polymorphic and Metamorphic Worm Exploits.pdf

651. On Effectiveness of Defense Systems against Active Worms.pdf

652. One-hit models for virus inactivation studies.pdf

653. On Instant Messaging Worms, Analysis and Countermeasures [slides].pdf

654. On javascript Malware and related threats.pdf

655. On self-reproducing computer programs.pdf

656. On the definition and classification of cybercrime.pdf

657. On the functional validity of the worm-killing worm.pdf

658. On the Infeasibility of Modeling Polymorphic Shellcode for Signature Detection.pdf

659. On the Performance of Internet Worm Scanning Strategies.pdf

660. On the possibility of practically obfuscating programs.pdf

661. On the Semantics of Self-Unpacking Malware Code.pdf

662. On the Spread of Viruses on the Internet.pdf

663. On the Time Complexity of Computer Viruses.pdf

664. On the trade-off between speed and resiliency of Flash worms and similar malcodes.pdf

665. Opcodes as Predictor for Malware.pdf

666. Open problems in computer virology.pdf

667. Open Problems in Computer Virus Research.pdf

668. Painting the Internet_ A Different Kind of Warhol Worm.pdf

669. Pairwise alignment of metamorphic computer viruses.pdf

670. Panic computing_ The viral metaphor and computer technology.pdf

671. Paradise lost.pdf

672. Parallel analysis of polymorphic viral code using automated deduction system.pdf

673. Parallels Between Biological and Computer Epidemics.pdf

674. Password Cracking_ A Game of Wits.pdf

675. PC Magazine Fighting Spyware Viruses and Malware.pdf

676. $$$_+$$+$$__+_$+$$_$+$$$_+$$_$.pdf

677. Peer-to-Peer Botnets_ Analysis and Detection.pdf

678. PE-Miner_ Mining Structural Information to Detect Malicious Executables in Realtime.pdf

679. Poison Ivy Farmers_ Virus Collections.pdf

680. Polygraph_ Automatically Generating Signatures for Polymorphic Worms.pdf

681. Polymorphic and Metamorphic Malware Detection.pdf

682. Polymorphic virus detection technology.pdf

683. Polymorphic Worm Detection Using Structural Information of Executables.pdf

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