AST-Based Deep Learning for Detecting Malicious PowerShell

3 Oct 2018Gili RusakAbdullah Al-DujailiUna-May O'Reilly

With the celebrated success of deep learning, some attempts to develop effective methods for detecting malicious PowerShell programs employ neural nets in a traditional natural language processing setup while others employ convolutional neural nets to detect obfuscated malicious commands at a character level. While these representations may express salient PowerShell properties, our hypothesis is that tools from static program analysis will be more effective... (read more)

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