Author: Arunpreet Singh

Bridging static and dynamic analysis using Lastline process snapshotting Authored by: Arunpreet Singh and Dr. Christopher Kruegel   Scareware is a type of malware that takes advantage of people’s fear of revealing their private information, losing their critical data, or facing irreversible...

Authored by: Arunpreet Singh and Clemens Kolbitsch The use of runtime-packing of malware has long become the standard to defeat traditional AV products. At the same time, malicious programs are continuously becoming more evasive to avoid being detected by first-generation sandboxes. New waves of malware are now combining these...

Authored by: Arunpreet Singh, Clemens Kolbitsch The Turla malware family is part of one of the most sophisticated malware families seen in the wild today. Given that the APT group behind this malware is suspected to be state-sponsored, the sophistication of the malicious code comes at no...