Malpedia is a free and independent community project, curating a corpus of cleanly sorted and unpacked malware, ready to be operationalized in the CERT/SOC context and for research. In this talk, we present the results of our ongoing in-depth analysis of the dataset. We will first show our findings of a comparative analysis of the API usage for more than 600 Windows malware families. Next, we dive deeper and explain our efforts of indexing the code on disassembly level, allowing us to measure similarities in order to identify shared components and/or find leads for common code authorship.


time: 11:30

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