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The traditional line of defense against malware is composed of malware detectors such as commercial virus and spyware scanners.
added Feb 14, 2014 - Lastline
Malicious code is an increasingly important problem that threatens the security of computer systems.
The traditional line of defense against malware is composed of malware detectors such as commercial virus and spyware scanners. Unfortunately, both researchers and malware authors have demonstrated that these scanners, which use simple pattern matching to identify malware, can be easily evaded by simple code transformations.