There are two main types of malware analysis: static and dynamic. Performing static analysis of a malicious binary means concentrating on analyizing its code without executing it. This type of analysis may reveal to malware analysts not only what the malware does, but also its developer’s future intentions (e.g., currently unfinished functionalities). Dynamic analysis looks at the behavior of the malware when it’s run – usually in a virtual sandbox. This type of analysis should … More
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