Code ofuscation

Discussion in 'Computer Security' started by ~BD~, Jun 24, 2009.

  1. ~BD~

    ~BD~ Guest

    Quote:

    "Dynamic code obfuscation techniques are used by cybercriminals in their
    constant battle of wits against security vendors. In response to
    security vendors' efforts to detect encrypted malicious code, these
    criminals have developed dynamic code obfuscation techniques, which
    basically scramble malicious code in a different way each time a new
    visitor enters the malicious website.

    While code obfuscation has been around for some time, dynamic code
    obfuscation has reached a level of sophistication and prevalence "in the
    wild". It has become a favorite weapon for propagating malicious code
    due to its effectiveness in bypassing traditional signature-based
    solutions. Dynamic code obfuscation, automated code obfuscation
    utilities and other encoding methods enable cybercriminals to plant
    "invisible" malicious code that infects a user's machine as soon as
    he/she visits the malicious site."

    So says this item .......... http://www.finjan.com/Content.aspx?id=1456

    Some more items of interest here:-
    http://www.finjan.com/Content.aspx?id=827
     
    ~BD~, Jun 24, 2009
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