Winning the OS X Malware War: Neurally Finding Outbreaks

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In 2018, we still have no detection when a morphed malware from yesterday outbreaks today. We still enter SHA256 in VirusTotal and get a zero detection for a single byte change. Moreover, we still have a binary detection of “malicious” and “clean” instead of OSX.FLASHBACK. Is AI not accurate? This session will demonstrate how to precisely detect OS X malware outbreaks using neural signatures.

Learning Objectives:
1: Observe neural signature against dynamically morphing malware generated by deep learning.
2: Learn how malware outbreaks can be blocked without old-fashioned signature update.
3: Observe how neural signature changes the paradigm of malware detection.

Sean Park


Senior Malwre Scientist, Trend Micro, Inc.

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