NEURAL MALWARE CONTROL WITH DEEP REINFORCEMENT LEARNING

ICLR 2019 Yu WangJack W. StokesMady Marinescu

Antimalware products are a key component in detecting malware attacks, and their engines typically execute unknown programs in a sandbox prior to running them on the native operating system. Files cannot be scanned indefinitely so the engine employs heuristics to determine when to halt execution... (read more)

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